If you would like to treat somebody special to dinner and exceptional panoramas of London, these are the places to visit for an unforgettable experience.
Galvin at Windows, Hyde Park: Expect a Michelin-starred menu of well presented French dishes. With the compliments of the restaurant you will receive the Galvin at Windows postcard which will be posted anywhere you like. From the 28th floor of the Hilton Park Lane Hotel, you will enjoy views of Hyde Park, Central London and St Paul’s spreading in front of you while having a drink in the bar.
Aqua Shard: On the 31st storey of the building, Aqua Shard serves a contemporary deliciously prepared British menu. Many diners visit mostly for the dazzling views of the City. The view stretches from the Tower of London to gleaming St Paul’s and the London Eye, with the River Thames in between. Spoil yourself with the best of British gin and tea-based cocktails.
London’s Sushisamba can be found on the 38th and 39th floors of the City’s Heron Tower. The menu is an exotic mixture of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine and it is considered one of the most comprehensive sake selections in the city. Mix and match your dishes and admire the breathtaking London sky.
Ting, Shangri-La at the Shard: On the 35th floor of the Shard, Ting is Shangri-La’s London signature restaurant. Despite the name and the hotel group’s Hong Kong origin, the menu offers “the best of British with an exciting Asian twist.” The whole of Central London is laid out in front of you so dining in the city’s highest restaurant is definitely something special.
The popular OXO Tower restaurant stands eight stories up and it is the signature restaurant within this South Bank landmark. A British menu is served together with a selection of seafood dishes. In case you would like to watch a sunset, waiting staff will conveniently offer sunglasses. Floor to ceiling windows guarantee you will enjoy the panorama no matter where you are seated. Wonderful view of St Paul’s Cathedral and the lively Southbank will surely add to the excitement.