Cosy restaurants to try out in London this Autumn
With the cooler weather creeping in, take a look at some of London’s cosiest restaurant options to indulge in this autumn. From luxury Sunday lunch options to a wine-filled date night, there’s something for everyone. Take a look at our cosy restaurants to try out in London this autumn.
Read the below Snapshot to find some of London’s cosiest restaurants to check out this autumn
Sunday Lunch At The Lanesborough Grill
The Lanesborough luxury hotel has launched a delicious new Sunday lunch menu at their newly opened restaurant, The Lanesborough Grill. With acclaimed British chef Shay Cooper, The Lanesborough Grill mostly serves fine quality meat coupled with a generous selection of the best trimmings, including Yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes.
The Lanesborough Grill’s Sunday lunch menu includes its signature starters: Cornish seafood chowder, Lindisfarne oysters and native lobster risotto. After a memorable main meal, guests can finish their lunch with a warm cherry souffle or a yoghurt and raspberry ice cream sandwich.
Sunday Lunch at The Lanesborough Grill is priced at £70 per person. Although rather costly, this is a Sunday lunch you won’t forget.
Muse by Tom Aiken
Muse marks Tom Aikens’ return to experience-led fine dining in an intimate 25-cover converted mews house. The menus at Muse have been inspired by nostalgia and the pivotal moments and key people from Tom’s personal life and career. Tom Aikens is one of the UK’s most acclaimed and inspirational British chefs. A trip to Muse will make you realise why.
His remarkable career has taken him to David Cavalier’s in Battersea, Pierre Koffman’s La Tante Claire, Pied-à-Terre and Joel Robuchon in Paris to name a few. At 26, Tom became the youngest British chef ever to be awarded two Michelin stars. Raised in Norfolk with a respect for fresh, seasonal ingredients, Tom works tirelessly to use the finest local and sustainable produce. Muse is perfect for a special occasion or if you fancy an indulgent date night.
Named after the infamous 18th Century courtesan who lived nearby, Kitty Fisher’s is a small, uniquely atmospheric dining room & bar in Mayfair’s historic Shepherd Market. Serving award-winning modern British food, old-world wines and strong liquor within a pretty Georgian townhouse. Kitty Fishers has an invitingly warm atmosphere and food that will delight all your senses.
Serving seasonal menus, you can look forward to new and fresh combinations every few months. Offering various starters, mains and dessert options, there is something for every pallet at Kitty Fishers. This is a diverse restaurant, and you won’t be disappointed after your visit.
Otto’s french restaurant
Otto’s French restaurant in London has been repeatedly reviewed as one of the best in the UK by food journalists and critics. If you’re a fan of classic, elegant and romantic French fine dining, then this is the restaurant for you. Enjoy fabulous French food with a superb lunch or an intimate dinner service accompanied by a wonderful international wine list.
After opening their French restaurant 9 years ago at 182 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8EW, Otto’s quickly became renowned for old-school, traditional, classic, Gallic fine dining. They provide discreet service, fine wines and modernised classical French cuisine, using the freshest seasonal produce. Owners of Otto’s are also very proud that Otto’s was nominated in the most recent World Restaurant Awards. Make sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Located within easy reach of Oxford Street, Harry’s Bar brings a slice of the “dolce vita” to London’s Marylebone. Whether you’re looking for dinner, lunch, or weekend brunch, you’ll find simple, timeless Italian classics served in elegant surroundings that recall Italy’s glamorous 1950s heyday.
You can enjoy your meal in the bright and artwork-ladened main dining room with a stunning wood-panelled bar. Their bar serves exceptional Italian wines and classic cocktails with a Harry’s twist
Harry’s Chef Director has created a menu full of simple but flavourful Italian classics. He sourced all the ingredients with great attention from specialists in their field, working directly with Italian suppliers and importers.
Copper pans are used to deliver most of their handmade pasta dishes. Creating the ideal blend of ingredients and sauce through the pasta when plated at your table.
A menu speciality is their pizza from our dough which is slowly proved for 72 hours to maximise flavour. They provide a light and unique crust finished with classic toppings. Harry’s is the perfect option for a family dinner or special occasion.
Sager + Wilde, Paradise Row
Owned and run by Michael Sager and Charlotte Wilde. Who decided that London was evidently missing a selection of only the best wines from The Golden State. Opening a cosy, intimate and unpretentious bar in Hackney to house was where they found their passion. At Sager + Wilde you will find small plates, charcuterie, cheeses and toasted sandwiches that will blow your mind. Sager + Wilde is one of the only places in London you can get exceptional quality Californian wine from sommeliers who know a lot about it. Moreover, you can enjoy it in a cosy setting that comes with no snobbery; it’s the real deal.
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