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The Ultimate List of London´s Coolest Restaurants

The restaurant scene in London has never been hotter. It´s hard to choose between the huge number of cool spots, but this is my ultimate list for this Fall/Winter.

Chiltern Firehouse

http://www.chilternfirehouse.com

1 Chiltern St, Marleybone,

London W1U 7PA
+44 20 7073 7676

André Balaz´s Hotel has this amazing restaurant that celebrates contemporary, ingredient-focused cooking, with an underlying American accent by Michelin-starred chef Nuno Mendes. Enjoy the courtyard for a beautiful brunch if the weather is good and have the time of your life at the private bar. Do not miss the hidden terrace for smokers…Try their “Wood Grilled Cauliflower Heart vadouvan spices” and their “Tuna Cubes”.

chiltern firehouse london

chiltern firehouse londonCecconis

http://www.cecconis.co.uk

5A Burlington Gardens,

London W1S 3EP
+44 20 7434 1500

Located just in front of the Royal Academy of Arts in Mayfair, this chic restaurant and bar with wraparound windows and striped marble floors, it’s part of the cool Soho House group. Italian delicious food, amazing service and  the coolest vibe. Try the Veal milanese, lemon salt, one of the best!

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Roka

http://www.rokarestaurant.com

30 N Audley St,

London W1K 6HP
+44 20 7305 5644

The award winning contemporary Japanese restaurant chain by Rainer Becker, opened last year it’s third London venue in Mayfair. Specialized in dishes cooked on a robata grill, but they also have amazing classic japanese dishes like sashimi, sushi and tempura on the menu. Enjoy ever bite and do not miss “yellowtail sashimi, yuzu truffle dressing” and their “giant tiger prawn with arima sancho pepper” from the Robata.

roka mayfair restaurant london

The Ivy

http://www.the-ivyclub.co.uk

9 West St,

London WC2H 9NE

The Club at The Ivy is a private members´ club spanning three floors of the building that also houses The Ivy restaurant, with a balanced seasonal menu, still featuring Ivy classics, but accounting for today’s tastes, incorporating more Asian dishes, salads and vegetables, and the advent of a “sea and shells” section. Do not miss the “Bang Bang chicken,peanuts” & chilli”.

the ivy london restaurant

The Arts Club

http://www.theartsclub.co.uk

40 Dover St,

London W1S 4NP
+44 20 7499 8581

The Arts Club is a private club that was founded in 1863 by men of vision in order to provide a haven for those people who had professional or amateur relationships with the Arts, Literature or Sciences. It has extraordinary art activities and an amazing contemporary art collection including key figures such as Condo or Albert Oehlen. If you are invited by a member you can enjoy a super dinner at their Super Club with life music, their courtyard or the brasserie.

The arts club london members club

The arts club members club

Uni

http://www.restaurantuni.com

18a Ebury St,

London SW1W 0LS
+44 20 7730 9267

Uni brings vibrant colours, flavours and textures of the very best in Peruvian and Japanese fusion cuisine, Nikkei to the Belgravia area. This local cozy and stylish boutique restaurant is a hidden treasure that you shouldn’t miss. Have a Pisco Sour cocktail with their signature dishes: “Salmon tartare tacos” or “Black cod with anticucho sauce” and leave some space for their mochi moriawase, the sweet end to a wonderful night.

restaurant uni london

uni restaurant london

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