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Custom-built for ‘Chelsea’s new old guard’, this jam-packed recreation of a 1920s’ Parisian café is the pulsating heart of Sloane Square… more »
A cross between an edgy, black-suited nightclub and a moody restaurant (think John Travolta's Swordfish, says a movie buff), Hakkasan's brand… more »
For his latest hit, Jason Atherton’s unstoppable gastronomic bandwagon has rolled into Berners Street, this time in partnership with boutique… more »
Peruvian legend Virgilio Martinez blazed into London with a heavyweight CV and a determination to add some Michelin-starred glitter to his… more »
A redoubtable West End institution complete with a bowler-hatted doorman and a clubby, wood-panelled dining room filled with piscine prints and… more »
Fanfares and permanently engaged phone lines heralded the arrival of Balthazar – the hottest ticket in town and a deserved winner of the BMW… more »
‘Still one of the most iconic restaurants in London’, The Ivy works its magic thanks to clubby wood-panelled surrounds, harlequin stained… more »
Like a grand European café ‘polished with an English accent’, The Delaunay goes ‘from strength to strength’, delivering the kind… more »
Few Michelin-starred restaurants can effortlessly create intimacy in such a cavernous space, or accommodate young children with the same aplomb… more »
‘Bellissima!’ is still the cry as adoring fans continue to sing Cecconi’s praises to the skies. Yes, it’s a favoured haunt of swaggering… more »
It’s either the cutting-edge of big-city cool or as mad as a box of frogs – depending on your point of view. The ground-floor Gallery… more »
The audacious, conspicuous luxury of Sketch’s Lecture Room & Library is something to behold, with the rich golden glow, extravagant lustre… more »
Mahiki’s interior might be best described as 1950s Honolulu hula (ie kitsch and tiki) – although ‘rich’ and ‘tacky’ are words that… more »
A maelstrom of dude food cloaks London, and the speed with which new joints arrive means ‘the queues are finally dying down’ at this early… more »
Descended from the acclaimed nightspot chain founded in Paris, Buddha-Bar’s glitzy second coming in London promises a similar blend of high-life… more »
The world of celebrity is bigger than it has ever been in today’s world and London is a prime destination for star spotting. Check out London’s great range of restaurants popular amongst the celebrity world with Square Meal’s guide to London’s most celeb-inhabited restaurants. From movie stars to pop stars and politicians to television personalities, London’s top restaurants are always filled with famous people.
If you’d like the chance to dine in the same room as some of the worlds most famous people, your chances are that little bit higher if you book at one of the restaurants featured in Square Meal’s list of the best celeb-inhabited restaurants. Of course these are just the best restaurants in London for star spotting, that’s not to say you won’t spot a famous face in any other London restaurant so also check out restaurants in Covent Garden; restaurants in Mayfair and restaurants in Soho for further restaurant ideas.
Every one of the Celeb-Inhabited restaurants featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s most Celeb-Inhabited restaurants 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.