On sunny days, there is nothing better than outdoor dining. Embrace the city’s exclusive lifestyle while enjoying the perfect meal.
Skylon takes its name from the original iconic structure built for the 1951 Festival of Britain. The design of the restaurant is based on the style of Royal Festival Hall from the same period, with unique contemporary touches. The restaurant offers modern British cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere, separated by a stunning centerpiece bar known for its fabulous cocktails.
The Ritz London
On sunny days, dine al fresco Executive Chef, John Williams MBE Gourmet Michelin-starred cuisine and enjoy the exceptional service for which The Ritz London is renowned, while overlooking the stunning Green Park. This outdoor dining terrace features a beautiful Italian mosaic floor, vibrant flower boxes and huge parasols. A stylish and sophisticated retreat amidst the hustle and bustle of central London, offering a unique outdoor venue to dine and drink in the heart of the city during spring/summer.
Le Pont De La Tour
A luxurious riverside venue with iconic views in its outdoor dining, Le Pont de la Tour combines traditional yet innovative French cuisine, knowledgeable and friendly staff, thoughtful design that evokes 1930s Parisian chic, and breathtaking views of the city and Tower Bridge.
THE PETERSHAM COVENT GARDEN
Inspired by the family home, Petersham House in Richmond, the interiors display a passion for contemporary art, Murano glassware and simple grandeur, reflecting the family’s personal taste and collections.
The Ivy Chelsea Garden
The extensive menus at The Ivy Chelsea Garden have been created by The Ivy Collection’s Executive Chef, Sean Burbidge, and are designed to offer an eclectic mix of modern British comfort food and international dishes. making it a perfect mix with the natured filled outdoor dining.
Coppa Club Tower Bridge
With one of London’s largest riverside outdoor dining terraces and famous igloos, Coppa Club is in a prime location with Tower Bridge in sight and The Shard directly opposite. Whether you’re sitting in the restaurant, café or central bar, the tall windows mean you can enjoy the views even when it’s too chilly to be outside.
With style, energy and charm, it’s ideal for relaxed, everyday outdoor dining – from divine breakfasts to late dinners – and the terrace provides the perfect alfresco space. Beloved British and Connaught classics sit alongside South East Asian flavours, prepared from market-fresh ingredients and farm produce.
Butlers Wharf Chop House
Heading back to a time when meat was king, portions were hearty and provenance was everything. British Chop House serves larger sharing cuts cooked on open charcoal grills, in Josper ovens or on spit roasts, alongside daily specials to enjoy outdoor dining inspired by the best ingredients the British Isles have to offer.
The Angler Terrace, is a rooftop terrace with an adjoining bar. One of the city’s hidden gems, overlooking the capital, this west-facing space is perfect for soaking up the afternoon sun and brings a little slice of Provence to the heart of London. With a retractable roof and heaters, this outdoor dining terrace ensures guests stay warm and dry whatever the weather.
Bluebird is a local neighbourhood restaurant, located on King’s Road. A modern European restaurant and bar with outdoor terraces and lounge. Bluebird is a stylish eatery in the heart of Chelsea. What’s more, with its large, stylish space, it’s a perfect place to relax and have fun with friends and family.
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