Where to Eat In London | Instagrammable restaurants to eat in London
I recently visited London for the first time and let me tell you there are SO many restaurants to choose from. Today, I am sharing with you 7 instagrammable places to eat in London which don’t even come close to the amount of aesthetic places to eat in London. I am already planning a trip back and sharing my top London Foodie Recommendations for you that you can add to your London restaurant list.
In no particular order, Let’s get into this blog post on Where To Eat In London and let’s be honest they’re all Instagrammable spots to eat in London too!!
The Garden Rooftop is located near Leicester Square and on top of the Assembly Hotel. (This is where we stayed, blog post coming soon!) Garden Rooftop has a beautiful view of London’s skyline and the inside is a botanical inspired rooftop if you couldn’t tell by the name of the restaurant.
The space is small so I highly recommend making reservations ahead of time
I can’t recall the name of my drink but it was absolutely delicious. For an appetizer, I ordered the Calamari and Chicken breast for my meal. Everything was delicious and our server was great!! I would definitely visit the Garden Rooftop during my next trip to London.
Viola’s is located near Covent Garden and is a gem! Again, like Garden Rooftop, seats are limited so make sure to make reservations ahead of time to be safe.
Not only is the food aesthetic and very instagrammable but it is equally delicious. My fear for aesthetic places is that the food doesn’t match the vibes but Viola’s did not disappoint. We opted for brunch but During my visit, I ordered the blue matcha, pistachio ice cream latte, banana bread french toast and pancake tacos. Everything was so good and I can’t recommend this place enough.
Viola’s interior decoration does not lack either with floral decor on the ceilings and velvet turquoise seating.
Coppa Club – Tower Bridge London
Ever dream of eating in an igloo? Well Coppa Club is the place to go and you’ll be delighted with views of the Tower Bridge (There are several Coppa Club locations so I’m referencing the Tower Bridge location).
I have always wanted to eat an igloo! I couldn’t tell you why but they just look so cool but every igloo I’ve come across, they’re so expensive!! However, Coppa Club offers several affordable options to reserve the igloos. Again, igloo reservations are a must.
You can reserve an igloo on weekday mornings before 11:00 A.M. (excluding bank holidays) with no minimum spend which is what I did. During off-peak hours midday the minimum spend for the igloo is £25.00 per person and peak hours after 6:30P.M. including weekends the minimum spend is £150.00 per igloo.
During the week, early morning you could essentially just order a coffee and croissant and get a cute photo. During the visit, I ordered a coffee which was really good along with the buckwheat and rye pancakes and skillet breakfast. Everything was surprisingly good. It would be fun to check out the igloos during the evening under the lights.
The inside of Coppa Club was very pretty as well and definitely worth a visit. I ate at Coppa Club for a light breakfast on the way to Borough market which was a fun day. You’ll get to walk over the Tower Bridge which was even more breathtaking in person.
If you’ve been doing London research, I’m sure you have heard of Sky Garden. It is London’s highest public garden and offers 360 degree views of London’s skyline. Entrance is free as long as you have reservations which you should reserve ahead of time.
You can reserve a table at one of the restaurants or grab a drink at one of the free standing bars and walk around. I reserved a table at one of the restaurants but next time I would probably opt to just reserve an entrance ticket and walk around. You can walk around with plenty of time ahead of your table reservations. It’s a good place for views and to grab a drink.
EL&N Cafe is London’s PINK cafe and they claim they are the MOST INSTAGRAMMABLE CAFE IN THE WORLD and I will back that statement. EL&N has around 11 locations throughout the UK alone. There were picture opportunities all over the Hans Crescent location I went to and each location is decorated differently.
I opted for a vanilla latte with a side of 1,000 photos of said coffee! Such a cute spot. I went by myself and took all the photos. Don’t be ashamed, everyone there is busy taking just as many photos as you are. I wasn’t too hungry so I just ordered a coffee but the menu looked delicious.
Humble Crumble is not necessarily a restaurant but a cute place to grab some delicious crumble with your choice of toppings. There are a few locations around London. I opted for the location at the Borough Market. Not only is the crumble aesthetic, but the location is with the pink door on the side of the stand. I would have loved a photo but the staff had it open and I didn’t want to ask them to close it just for a photo LOL.
There are plenty of instagrammable dessert spots around London but I’ll save that for another post.
Choo Cafe is an honorable mention as I didn’t actually eat there but I passed by and I was very tempted because it was so cute! If you couldn’t guess by the name, Choo Cafe is based off of Jimmy Choo the luxury shoe designer and is located inside Harrods. Choo Cafe is decked out in hot pink velour and gold decor. The menu is not very big but very instagrammable.
I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post on where to eat in London which just so happens to be some of the most instagrammable places to eat in London! London has so many great restaurant options so you can’t go wrong but I hope this list helps you choose a few places to eat while in London.
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