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Table for Two: Romantic Restaurants

Table for Two: Romantic Restaurants

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Contributed by: @GabbySKAdler, @gracelandsyard, @payournanny and @mmeeee:

The day of love has arrived.  Some say every day should be Valentine’s Day.  One thing is for sure though: getting a table on V Day should be an Olympic sport.  It’s the busiest day of the year for most restaurants.  If you can’t make it out tonight, it’s always nice to have a few great picks in your back pocket for date nights or anniversaries.

We asked some of our readers what their top picks were:

E & O – Notting Hill
E & O’s serves up and eclectic mix Pan-Asian fare.  From curries to sushi plus a cocktail list to quench your thirst.  Also perfect for families with a private dining room for children’s parties. Crayons on tap and which kid doesn’t like the novelty of bite sized portions? Romantic evening or family outing—E & O fits the bill.

Where: 14 Blenheim Crescent, W11 1NN
More info: website

 

The Belvedere – Holland Park
Step back in time—to the 17th century and take in the breathtaking atmosphere.  Nestled in the grounds of Holland Park, The Belvedere used to be the summer house of the large mansion.  Cuisine is traditional French/Italian.

Where: Off Abbotsbury Road, In Holland Park, London, W8 6LU
More info: website

 

 

Julie’s
You know they must be doing something right to still be in business for over 40 years.  Julie’s is a staple London restaurant dishing out an wide range of food to satisfy any craving.  In August their Sunday creche will re-open for the kidlets.

Where: 135 Portland Road, Holland Park, W11 4LW
More info: website

 

 

Santo Village – Notting Hill
Heat things up in this lively Mexican restaurant.  The food is cheap and cheerful  traditional Mexican street fare, leaving cash over for the all important Margarita.

Where: 299 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London W10 5TD
More info: website

 

 

 

Veeraswamy – Regent Street
Veeraswamy is said to be the oldest Indian restaurant in London.  Established in 1926, they serve classical Indian food and also specialise in coastal dishes.

Where: 99 Regent Street, London, W1B 4RS
More info: website

 

 

 

Galvin at Windows – Park Lane
A room with a view, located on the 28th floor of the Hilton, Galvin serves modern French cuisine. Swanky.

Where: 22 Park Lane, London, United Kingdom W1K 1BE
More info: website

 

 

 

Ramsay’s – Royal Hospital Road
An intimate restaurant specializing in French cuisine.  Expect top notch service and a high quality experience.

Where: 68 Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4HP
More info: website

 

 

 

Osteria Del Portico – Ealing
Traditional, unfussy homestyle cooking.  Relaxed atmosphere, perfect for a cosy dinner or a big family affair.

Where: 7A The Green, W5 5DA
More info: website

 

 

 

Please tell us where your favourite date night hot-spot is.  Fancy yourself a food critic?  We’re always looking for reviews on local restaurants…please get in touch!

Feature image courtesy of Ramsay’s Restaurant.

 

 

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