Eat the world – in London!

So, where do you fancy going this weekend?  A trip to Japan?  An excursion to Colombia?  Or maybe just a jaunt to the seaside for a quick staycation?  Now, you can become a foodie travelista by visiting Mayfair & Belgravia, where you’ll find the world literally waiting on you, but this time you can leave your passport at home.  The options all have outdoor seating – so book early and have a lovely trip.

Roka Mayfair

Star dishes

Nothing can be finer than sharing some robatayaki cuisine and sushi on a sunny day.  For the uninitiated, robatayaki is a cooking method which involves placing seafood and vegetables over hot charcoal - and Roka is famous for it - and its award winning dishes.  The seasonal tasting menu is a must and includes such delights as sea bream fillet, ryotei miso and red onion and yaki asparagus with sweet soy and sesame. 

30 North Audley Street, London W1K 6ZF

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A seafood institution

Scott’s was originally opened as an oyster warehouse in 1851 and being amongst the five oldest restaurants in London, has kept true to its history. Established as one of the most fashionable and glamourous restaurants in town, Scott’s has welcomed film stars, politicians and writers through the decades.  Rumour has it that it’s where James Bond’s famous dry martini ‘shaken not stirred’ was created, as Bond’s creator, Ian Fleming was a regular visitor.  With outdoor seating at the front of this grand dame of restaurants, why not enjoy the taste of the coast while you watch the world go by on Mount Street?  An absolute must for seafood cognoscenti. 

20 Mount Street, London W1K 2HE

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The Berkeley Beach Huts

Memories never tasted so good

Head to this spring outdoor dining spot with five rainbow- coloured huts inspired by Britain’s most iconic foodie seafronts.  The perfect place for a spot of lunch, this innovative restaurant is serving made-to-share seafood platters, freshly shucked oysters and other summer favourites including a five star take on fish and chips.  Not to be missed, is the Gourmet ‘99 – a luxe traditional vanilla ice cream cone with indulgent flakes and an array of toppings.   There are also retro themed cocktails – fancy a cherry or orange shandy? Or why not awaken the mermaid or merman in you by trying a Mermaid shell (gin) or a Sailor Sour (vodka). Indulge in an unforgettable seaside staycation without leaving the city.

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, London SW1X 7RL

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The Pantechnicon

Wake up to taste

If your taste buds are in need of a wakeup call, then head to The Pantechnicon and its Roof Garden and south-facing Terrace.  Outdoor dining has never been so adventurous and as you survey the incredible views of Belgravia from your Nordic inspired garden, courtesy of Finnish horticulturalist, Taina (which literally means ‘little tree’), Suonio, you can wake your senses up with a menu that has been inspired by the taste of Japan and the Nordics.  The intriguing mix is difficult to resist and takes you on a culinary journey from Osaka and Hokkaido through to Copenhagen, Reykjavik, Oslo and more.  With seasonal resident mixologists, you are in for a treat with a range of intriguing cocktails – try the seaweed martini and tell all your friends! 

19 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8LB

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Morena London

Inspired fusion

What began as an idea between two Colombian sisters to bring a little colour and flavour from their home to London has resulted in Morena – a taste explosion.  This all day dining restaurant serves up Latin- American inspired dishes and cocktails – fusing together exotic fresh ingredients, diverse ingredients and a little something- something, which together creates unforgettable tastes and textures.  This is what outdoor evenings are all about - close your eyes, sip on a Morenita (silver tequila, guava nectar and fresh lime juice) or an Indica Bellini (mango coulis, Italicus “Rosolio di Bergamotto” and Prosecco) and wake up your Latin vibe.

10-11 Eccleston Yards, London SW1W 9AZ

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