190 "Big Groups" restaurants in London.
Blacklock is a trendy converted brothel in Soho that has been repurposed to exclusively serve meat lovers.
Bierschenke is a classic German beer hall in the City, complete with live Bavarian oompah and a selection of schnitzels.
A solid spot for some affordable-ish sushi in the City, Pham Sushi will work just as well for a business situation as a casual dinner over nigiri.
Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square is a 5-star hotel in near The Tower of London in the City.
Hoppers is a seriously good restaurant in King’s Cross serving excellent Sri Lankan food in a cool and casual space.
A slick Japanese restaurant in St James’s, Sake No Hana is perfect for impressive business meals and special occasion situations.
If you’re in or around Westfield London, Copper Chimney is a decent place to stop-in for some lamb chops and their roti basket.
Murger Hanhan is a very useful Mayfair restaurant serving excellent and inexpensive Xi’an specialties like biang biang noodles and murger.
Mascara Bar is the closest thing north London has to a dive bar. It’s unpretentious, open until 3am, and there are occasional live ‘performances’.
The Shacklewell Arms is a big pub with a big smoking area in Hackney Downs that’s also a live music venue.
Lucky and Joy is a fun and flavourful Chinese-influenced restaurant in Clapton that feels like a night out, with added sesame noodles.
Theo’s second location in Elephant and Castle is bigger and brighter, and the pizzas and chilli sauce are just as good.
If you’re into big views, big booths, and err, big plants, you’ll like City skyline spot, 14 Hills.
Bento Ramen is a multi-talented Japanese restaurant in Camden. It’s a quick-fire, go-go-go kind of place that will have you seated and fed fast.
Meatliquor W1 has got you covered whether you’re after a late-night drink around Oxford Circus, or just have a serious burger craving.