10 Best dates in London for Mummy and Daddy

Parenting can be exhausting, yet it is very important to nurture your relationship with your other half. Take some time for yourself and relax around a nice dinner, we’ve compiled for you the best place for a Date Night in London.

1.Ours Restaurant

Simple yet stand-out, Restaurant Ours brings the outside in, to create an unexpected space hidden in the heart of Knightsbridge. Unpretentious, effortless and elegant with a nod to retro chic. Their internationally inspired sharing menu focuses on seasonal, fresh ingredients and flavour; and promises a exquisite date night around a delicious meal.
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2. Coal Office

The Coal Office is a restaurant collaboration between acclaimed Israeli chef Assaf Granit and designer Tom Dixon. This Middle Eastern restaurant serves great food in a fun atmosphere.

3.OXO Tower Brasserie

OXO Tower Brasserie. High up on the eighth floor this restaurant has breathtaking views of London and the brasserie offers a more informal culinary alternative to the fine dining restaurant. Enjoy a table outside during the summer months followed by a walk along Southbank riverside afterwards.


Hutong is an upscale, glamorous restaurant in the Shard serving dim sum and northern Chinese fare with fabulous views of the London skyline. Prices are not cheap but it’s a wonderful spot for special occasions. Go to a concert! Whatever your taste London has some wonderful artists and bands playing all year round. Choose one of your favourites – maybe even an artist who has a special meaning in your relationship and enjoy a cocktail before or after.

5. Clos Maggiore

Clos Maggiore is an oasis of calm in the heart of Covent Garden. Influenced by the stylish country inns of Provence and Tuscany the unique interiors create an unparalleled warmth and intimacy. The cherry blossomed adorned conservatory features a fully retractable glass roof creating a bright and airy dining space in summer months and in winter months it is transformed at night by candles, starlight and a crackling fire. Chef Marcellin Marc’s love of Provencal cuisine is recreated with individual style and flair.

6. Isabel Mayfair

Isabel is an all-day restaurant and bar in the heart of Mayfair. The imaginative food and drink menu derives from the essence and traditions of South American Cuisines with Mediterranean influences.

7. The Palomar

The Palomar is a Soho restaurant in the heart of Theatreland, serving the food of modern day Jerusalem. A menu  influenced by the rich cultures of Southern Spain, North Africa and the Levant. The passion in our cooking has been nurtured in this cultural mix, and we’ve given it a contemporary approach.

8. Core by Clare Smyth

Core is an elegant and informal fine dining restaurant with an emphasis on natural, sustainable food, sourced from the UK’s most dedicated farmers and food producers.

9. Wild Honey St James

Wild Honey menus combine classic French techniques with the finest seasonal produce Britain has to offer. With the kitchen overseen by Head Chef Simon Woodrow, the restaurant is open daily, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. In addition to the à la carte menu, Wild Honey St James offers a café menu and an early supper menu. As well as a 16-seat private dining room, the restaurant has its own counter bar and adjoins the hotel’s St James Bar.

Bringing authenticity back to London’s Indian food, world-renowned Michelin star chef Vineet Bhatia has curated a menu of modernised regional dishes from all over India for this Dining Hall restaurant. Simple yet soulful and expertly done, try the signature thali — available as a meat or vegetarian option — or our variety of curries from butter chicken to lamb roganjosh, along with wines, cocktails, lassi and more.