Dating dinner london
We recommend the The Wheatsheaf around the corner, which does everything a traditional English pub should, including great beer.
If things are going well, thoughts may well turn to food.
If you're early enough, the Real Food Market (Fri-Sun, Southbank Centre Square) is a fun spot for street food (and rum ice lollies if the weather suits).
For a proper sit down, Sea Containers at the Mondrian London offers both delicious seasfood and view of St.
To step things up a gear and check out some music, you'd do a lot worse than try Cargo (also Rivington Street), a disused railway yard (nicer than it sounds) where some of the areas best events take place.
Copita (D'Arblay Street) is a chilled out tapas bar with great wine, Quo Vadis is a Soho institution serving British cooking at its best and Jackson Rye, Richard Caring's brilliant latest venture on Old Compton Street, brings the best of New York dining to London.A glass of plonk in Dean Street Townhouse, a margarita in El Camion (Brewer Street) or some late night jazz at Ain't Nothin But… Make a great first impression by meeting at the Charlotte Street Hotel, where you can sit on a cozy sofa in the back room and get to know each other in peace (the front dining area near the street gets a little noisy).For the sake of your wallet (and to find somewhere a bit livelier), you may want to head over the road next to cocktail bar Bourne & Hollingsworth (Rathbone Place).But in the same way you shouldn't just cave and listen to Rihanna because it's the first thing you think of, resisting Leciester Square or Covent Garden is the smart choice when it comes to wooing in the capital.Instead, pick from these Zone 1 locations and our tailored guide to each, whether you're after an expensive dinner, a night of culture or just a fun area where anything can happen. *** 1 | Soho Nearest tubes: Tottenham Court Road / Oxford Circus Perfect for: Dinner The Palomar London's most famous playground can still be a bit bewildering if you're new to it, but many of the finest restaurants in the country – scrap that, the world – are here, meaning if you're going for dinner and want to impress, Soho is still the place to go.