Food & Drink

Food-and-Drink

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Finding a great place to eat around the Northbank is a piece of cake. Meeting for delicate sandwiches and creamy confections makes afternoon tea at the Waldorf Hotel an up-town treat. The Delaunay brings the elegance of grand European cafe culture to London. You can eat from breakfast through to dinner and with food of this quality it wouldn't be surprising if people decided to stay all day.

Flamboyantly theatrical Salieri’s is a bustling destination for pre or post theatre dining, perfectly situated on The Strand and bringing Mediterranean warmth to a winter night. Film and Fizz at One Aldwych brings sparkle to a night at the movies with festive films and champagne – the perfect Christmas date.

For unrivalled 1920s glamour, the only place to be seen flirting over a Negroni is The American Bar at The Savoy. Of course there is a tip top jazz pianist and of course the cocktails are world-class. The legendary Savoy offers some of London’s finest dining. Oscar Wilde and Frank Sinatra ate in its iconic Grill (no, not at the same table) and lovers of shellfish adore Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill, informal but luxurious with panoramic views of the Thames.

Families will find a big range of favourites – Pizza Express, Zizzi’s, Bella Italia and Cafe Rouge all feature around The Northbank. Smollensky’s on the Strand is an excellent choice for a family treat with juicy burgers, steaks and the heavenly peanut butter cheesecake. No children in tow? A cocktail and bar snack might be just what you need after a hard day’s shopping. If you fancy South American heat, Lupita is amongst Londoners favourite for Mexican dishes. More in the mood for a busy Parisian brasserie? Then have lunch at Les Deux Salons. There’s a delicious Italian welcome at Cafe Murano and some excellent Indian restaurants if only a curry will do. Let your tastes travel the world on the Northbank and you can still get the tube home.

On The Northbank