Finding a great place to eat around the Northbank is a piece of cake. You can eat from breakfast through to dinner, snacking or indulging on food from around the world, it wouldn’t be surprising if people decided to stay all day.
Eating and drinking in the Northbank couldn’t be more exciting. From London’s most central micro-brewery at Temple Brew House to The American Bar at The Savoy, there’s something for everyone on all occasions. Regular events will help to bring a little sparkle to your life from jazz to comedy, Film & Fizz at One Aldwych or wine tasting session at the ever-popular Gordon’s Wine Bar and Terroirs. Dessert at Milk Train will take over your senses and Instagram! Go off the menu at Joe Allen for a delicious burger with the West End stars, or try a Japanese speciality at ROKA… and that’s only the tip of the iceberg!
Join us in exploring more on the Northbank…
Grays & Feather, London’s first sparkling wine specialist, with space to hire too.
Cafe sharing beautiful Vietnamese flavours.
Named in honour of the original Chinese National Cricket team, the AA Rosette awarded restaurant specialises in Huaiyang cuisine.
City Lounge is a popular meeting point in the heart of Blackfriars.
Daily made fresh pastas and bread and the finest selection of Italian wines; they use the freshest, seasonal ingredients, regionally sourced.
Champagne Charlies is ideally located for wining, dining and entertaining.
The Crusting Pipe is one of Covent Gardens most original finds just minutes away from Charing Cross, Embankment, Covent Garden and Leicester Square tube stations.
Cigalon serves authentic Provencal cuisine inspired by the beautiful flavours of the south of France.
The Northall showcases the very best of British cuisine with a focus on seasonal produce from artisanal suppliers who provide the restaurant with the finest ingredients from around the British Isles.
Situated on the famous Covent Garden piazza, Tuttons is one of the longest standing restaurants in central London.
A pub on the Thames, open 7 days a week and ideally situated opposite the London Eye and between Westminster and Embankment tube stations.
Baranis is a chic London cocktail bar that transports you in an instant to sun-kissed provence.
For a little oasis of calm in the bustle that is Covent Garden, look no further than the the Wellington St restaurant.
Salieri restaurant is a perfect spot for pre or post theatre dining.
An exciting addition to the Northbank’s evening offer, with a fantastic food & drinks menu, full entertainment and private hire available.
Partying is what they do, and they do it well!
With free access to over 2,300 paintings from altarpieces to the Impressionists, there’s something for everyone at the National Gallery.
The Parrot London is a cocktail bar and music venue that aims to welcome guests who value quality food, drinks and entertainment in an intimate tropical environment.
A bar, restaurant and venue on the corner of Strand and Bedford Street, with an extraordinary theme that guarantees a good time.
Please note that Indigo restaurant at One Aldwych is now closed due to an extensive hotel refurbishment.
ZELA is the home of the “MEPPON CUISINE”; a fusion of Mediterranean products and traditional Japanese cuisine techniques, located in in the heart of London’s West End.
Jidori is a yakitori restaurant – with private karaoke room – that takes their name from the special breed of free-range chickens renowned for their robust flavour and impeccable freshness in Japan.
Inspired by the grand cafés of Mittel-Europe, The Delaunay is an all-day café-restaurant located near Covent Garden on the corner of Aldwych & Drury Lane.
Ciro Salvo is the third generation of master pizzamakers from a renowned family. His research on extremely hydrated dough, where very large percentage of water are added to the flour, has resulted in awards and recognition from the most regarded national and international food critics.
A modern gathering place and decompression zone for you to sit back, relax and unwind in after a day spent battling the busy streets of London.
A late-night speakeasy that offers guests bespoke and signature cocktails bursting with flavours influenced by the British Empire and its ancient tea trade.
So Soufflé Café offers customers a fast and convenient way to enjoy this special dessert, available to grab and take home within minutes.
Welcoming guests since 1909 Strand Palace is surrounded by the best London has to offer.Set in the heart of London, the hotel is mere moments from Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square and the Thames making it the perfect location for discovering London.
Tom and Head Chef, Nick Beardshaw, have created a menu which harks back to classic British dishes and traditional techniques.
A traditional Viennese café, adjacent to The Delaunay, offering a selection of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, soups and salads, to eat in or take away.
A newer addition to the luxurious hotels in the area, Corinthia opened its doors in 2011 to rave reviews and has held its 5 star status with stiff competition from the other hotels on The Northbank.
Sushi and Japanese dishes in a rustic, contemporary dining room with a central, open-grill kitchen.
Opera Tavern is a beautiful two-storey bar and restaurant in the heart of central London’s theatre land.
Be inspired at the RSA, intellectual home to some of the world’s greatest minds for 250 years.
Just off Trafalgar Square, Terroirs is a real institution for natural wine lovers in London.
Located in the heart of Central London’s theatre-land, Christopher’s Covent Garden is a timeless martini bar and American restaurant.
Conveniently located at the corner of Strand and Lancaster Place the bar is inspired by Pennethorne’s travels across Europe during the Grand Tour.
The intimate bar is the perfect place for pre theatre or dinner drinks or just as an escape from the bustle of London life.
A family-run authentic Italian restaurant.
Pastificio is located next door to Cafe Murano Covent Garden; a modern pasta factory, deli-café and wine store from Angela Hartnett.
Cafe Murano, is relaxed and inviting, and intended that you drop in and eat every day.
A beacon of British restaurant theatre for over 170 years.
An American-style diner.
Bill’s Wellington Street restaurant is perfect for pre and post-theatre drinks and dinner.
Tandoor Chop House is the meeting of a North Indian communal eatery and a classic British chop house.
The Sherlock Holmes is one of the Northbank’s greatest treasures.
Selected randomly from a list of surnames in a telephone directory, the Smith & Wollensky brand was created in 1977 and the first restaurant opened that same year in New York.
Beautiful bespoke cocktails, glamorous interiors and some of London’s best DJs.
Fire & Stone brings their unique gourmet global food menu to the heart of London’s vibrant West End.
The best moments in life are those spent with loved ones, sharing food, friendship and laughter.
They’ve got all your favourite pub classics to choose from, such as beer battered fish & chips or sausage & mash. Or why not try their delicious gourmet burgers, flat bread pizzas, salads or wraps?
A feast for the eyes, mouth and stomach!
Adore Remo brings the authentic yet modern style of Italian cooking to London
London’s original juice, smoothie and healthy fast food retailer.
Edwardian columns, sparkling chandeliers and gilded detail.
The restored splendour of The Waldorf Hilton is a 5 star destination.
Spring brings warmth and elegance within a beautiful dining space set in the New Wing of the iconic Somerset House.
The Londonist has pegged the India Club as one of London’s best-kept secret restaurants!
Ping Pong is a contemporary and lively group of restaurants serving Dim Sum, cocktails and Chinese teas.
Bateaux London takes their guests on a cruise through the heart of London.
Pizza Express Strand serves affordable Italian cuisine in spacious, trendy surroundings.
The Devereux is situated in one of the most fascinating areas of London, surrounded by breathtaking architecture and steeped in ancient history.
The Savoy provides a quintessentially British setting from which to make the most of the hotel’s exceptional location.
The pub resides in the old Law Court’s branch of the previous Bank of England.
This gem is the latest edition to the Late Night London portfolio and oh, is she a pretty one.
Their 157 Guestrooms and Suites are an ideal urban retreat in the cultural heart of London with state-of-art technology, floor-to-ceiling windows and unparalleled view of the London Skyline from your private balcony.
Cocktails or mocktails, pints or pinot grigio; they cater for everyone’s tastes with our wide selection of drinks.
A warm welcome and a perfect pint are guaranteed at this traditional pub, tucked away down a quiet street off the Strand.
A fully licensed bar, restaurant and nightclub, they host a number of events.
A restored 1920s boat, permanently moored, with a restaurant, art deco cocktail lounge and deck bar.
Well known among locals for it’s early morning big breakfast!
Higgledy-piggledy traditional pub with timber beams and open fires.
Hailed as a true English pub with a wide choice of real ales and good lagers.
Warm & friendly atmosphere, large selection of international wines and delicious food – the perfect place to unwind after work or to enjoy a tasty lunch with friends.
Gourmet wraps made freshly in front of you, inspired by food from around the world.
This spring and summer time Café is a fantastic spot to enjoy some down time outside, in such a central location.
Choose from arrays of fresh and smoked fish, oysters, caviar and fresh seafood.
From glittering chandeliers to contemporary design, this central hotel near the London Eye reflects a proud heritage.
A wonderfully large yet intimate bar due to it’s weird and wonderful nooks and crannies.
A great range of craft beers, 9 rotating local and national real ales and a carefully crafted wine and spirit selection. Perfect for casual lunch dining, after work drinks, and a weekend meal away from the hustle and bustle of the West End.
Come and discover what a hotel stay should really be like.
The Lobby Bar will re-open in late spring 2019.
Nip down a side alley and you’ll find one of London’s most characterful pubs, painted phone box red and hung with flowers.
When they moved to the UK the guys who own Herman Ze German couldn’t find a good German sausage anywhere, so they started importing free-range, gluten-free bratwurst and other delicacies from their old village in the Black Forest.
A classic London experience for over 100 years.
Knowledgable staff serving simple, well-sourced fresh produce in an airy contemporary space – it’s what the best food is all about.
The church is open every day and visitors are welcome to attend a service, concert or event and for prayer and reflection.