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We found 21 restaurants in London's most romantic restaurants.
A ‘truly stunning setting' in the middle of Holland Park is a big plus point at Marco Pierre White's Anglo-European top-ender, which comes… more »
South London's most-vaunted restaurant is a surprisingly casual, accommodating eatery that welcomes jean-clad family groups and canoodling… more »
Nothing short of magical' is the typical verdict on ever-seductive Clos Maggiore – regularly lauded as one of the most romantic restaurants… more »
‘Slightly quirky' and squirreled away down a non-descript alleyway, Chabrot lives and breathes la vie parisienne with striped teacloths… more »
Dabbous was a mega hit from day one, and has become one of London's hottest (and hardest-to-book) tickets; it has also turned ex-Texture chef Ollie… more »
Duck & Waffle's perch on the 40th floor of the Heron Tower hits everyone with a hefty dose of the wow factor straightaway, with floor-to-ceiling… more »
Chris Galvin's window on the world (well, the metropolis and beyond) continues to induce gasps of astonishment from everyone who ventures… more »
Petite Galvin Café a Vin may lack the undeniable grandeur of La Chapelle next door, but it compensates with an easy, winning charm. Decked… more »
Eric Garnier was co-founder of Knightsbridge veteran Racine, and his brother Didier runs Le Colombier in SW3, so it's no surprise that their… more »
Fans of J Sheekey were cock-a-hoop when it opened this ‘un-snobbish' crustacean spin-off next door. Since then, the venue has been expanded and… more »
A fantastic alfresco patio and giant drapeau tricolore proudly greet diners at the entrance, while old-school rusticity runs riot as loved-up Chelsea… more »
‘We felt cherished… no pomposity, no arrogance, just divine', confessed one reader after experiencing Le Gavroche in all its ancien régime… more »
Despite its sky-high profile, Brett Graham’s Michelin-starred powerhouse still garners a wildly enthusiastic response from readers. ‘This really… more »
Like the nearby May Fair Hotel, Nobu's Berkeley Street outpost is a regular stake-out for paparazzi on the prowl for catwalk queens and premiership… more »
Like its siblings Salt Yard and Dehesa, this converted theatreland boozer has seduced readers with its ‘interesting' tapas and perfectly pitched… more »
There are plenty of restaurants in London in which to enjoy a romantic meal for two, but if you want to dine in the crème de la crème of London’s romantic dining rooms, Square Meal’s helpful guide to London’s most romantic restaurants will ensure a successful meal. It may not be Paris, but London can be a great city for romance and what better way to enjoy time with your loved one than with a wonderfully romantic meal. Whether it’s a first date, anniversary, birthday treat or Valentine’s Day dinner, you are certain to find a great restaurant with Square Meal.
Each and every romantic restaurant featured in Square Meal’s list of the top romantic restaurants in London has been carefully selected for its romantic style and ambience. If you can’t find what you are looking for here you might want to also take a look at Square Meal’s list of French restaurants in London; Italian restaurants in London, British restaurants in London and Thai restaurants in London where other romantic dining options may be found
Every one of the Romantic Restaurants in London featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top Romantic Restaurants in London have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.