122 "Dinner with the Parents" restaurants in London.
Sessions Arts Club is one London’s most glamourous and grandiose restaurants and, best of all, the food and wine matches the experience.
Yi-Ban is a big, round table, lazy susan kind of Cantonese restaurant serving solid dim sum with a delightful view of London City Airport.
With daytime luxury bento boxes and an exceptional evening-only tasting menu, Hannah is among the best omakase experiences in London.
A sophisticated Italian spot in Fitzrovia, Cin Cin is perfect for aperitivos, al fresco dining, and epiphany-worthy al dente pasta.
If you’re looking for live music, lobster, and a seriously OTT dinner, then Quaglino’s is the place to be.
A warm, buzzing brasserie, the food at Balthazar can be hit or miss, but it’s perfect for a touch of old school charm in Covent Garden.
An old school seafood spot in St James's with a whole lot of history, Wiltons is a real class act.
The Battersea location of this London seafood mini-chain has great riverside views as well as their fantastic oysters, lobster, and bubbles.
Noble Rot’s second restaurant slips effortlessly into Soho and is as comfortable and wonderful as the Bloomsbury original.
Wild Flor is an exceptional wine bar and restaurant in Hove that’s perfect for special occasions.
Brat’s second location is an indoor-outdoor set up in London Fields where the atmosphere is a little more casual but the food is just as good.
40 Maltby Street is a superb restaurant and wine bar serving low-intervention wines, small plates, and sandwiches that are up there with the best.
Ikeda is a traditional Japanese restaurant in Mayfair popular with celebrities, chefs, and anyone who likes to eat high-quality fish in a lowkey room.
Campania is an Italian restaurant off Columbia Road ideal for a romantic dinner, that’s equally lovely during the day.
A pastel-coloured retro deli, Lina Stores in King’s Cross serves great handmade pasta to eat-in - or to-go from their deli counter.