Along with having some of the best restaurants in the world, we think London's also blessed with some of the best high-rise dining options too. Here's a run-down of some of the best out there.
The former head chef of Chiltern Firehouse is moving up in the world, literally. He's opening this seventh floor restaurant with sky garden in the new Manhattan Loft Gardens development in Stratford.
The Bourne & Hollingsworth group are behind London's latest high rise opening. Garden Room at the Assembly Hotel promises amazing views over London with plants involved in the decor, food and even the cocktails.
The latest M restaurant and their menu of steak and grills is coming to the new Newfoundland tower in Canary Wharf.
It’s all change at the top of the Gherkin as Searcys revamp the food and drink offering with a new restaurant, Helix, and a new bar, Iris (with a space open to the public for the first time).
The prolific D&D restaurant group (who own Blueprint Cafe, German Gymnasium, Quaglinos and more) are gearing up for their next opening. Fen will be near the top of a big new building on Fenchurch St.
London has no shortage of restaurants with decent views but once you've eaten at London in the Sky everything else must pale by comparison. After all, what bricks and mortar restaurant can compare to being winched 100ft up in the air so you can dine suspended over the city?
For the past four years this restaurant has been popping up all over London and for 2018 it's trebling in size and putting on an impressive roster of
High-rise restaurant in Canary Wharf
We head up on the festive rooftop at John Lewis to check out a Bristol-based popup
Head up to the 40th floor private dining room for a late night dinner with an epic view
We make a return visit to the top floor restaurant at South Place Hotel in the City to check out a seasonal menu offer
Fancy a drink with a view over Knightsbridge? The Jumeirah Carlton Tower has just opened a ninth floor bar
If you've been wondering how to pep up your breakfast (and, frankly, who among us haven't?) we have a suggestion. How about brekkie 35 storeys high as the sun rises over London?
That's the new offering at Sky Garden. Book a sunrise tour and you'll get a chance to roam around the indoor gardens with a guide and then finish up with breakfast as the sun comes up over the City.
As for the actual breakfast, that'll be at Sky Pod Bar where you'll enjoy a
The Gherkin's new pop-up for the summer will be Searcy’s Seaside in the Sky, who'll be serving upmarket versions of classic British food for six weeks.
It'll all be themed around the Great British Seaside, and will come with the not inconsiderable bonus of epic views across London (plus zero chance of rogue bits of sand following you home in every pocket.) The pop-up will be split across two floors, with food being served at the Coastline on the 39th floor, while
It’s official - the Rumpus Room is reopening on the 31 March after a serious facelift.
The Mondrian Hotel's restaurant, which overlooks the Thames from the comfort of the 12th floor, has been undergoing a period of lengthy refurbishment. Aside from a range of new playful touches to the interior - pink neon signs, ample indoor foliage, a hall of mirrors - the menu’s had a complete overhaul too.
The new menu will be
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