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Want BarChick Concierge to help you out? Message us for free and we’ll sort your night. ROMANCE ALERT 1. Clos Maggoire You know he’s going to whip out some serious bling if he takes you to this place - known as the ‘most romantic restaurant in London’. The conservatory is knee-deep in a forest of white blossom, along with fairylights, an open fire and a window to the stars. Locally sourced fish and a hefty wine list – it would be rude not to say yes. Monday-Saturday. Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-11pm. Sunday: Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-10pm 33 King Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8JD clos maggiore most romantic restaurant in london   2. The Wolseley This classic Mayfair brasserie is a lower key high-end option with its busy and bustling vibe and art deco touches. They do all the standard date dishes: steak tartare, oysters and shellfish – because what’s a sexy date without an aphrodisiac or two? This place is also top for a romantic breakfast. Monday-Friday: 7am–12am. Saturday: 8am–12am. Sunday: 8am–11pm 160 Piccadilly, London W1J 9EB 3. Le Quecumbar Proper old-school Paris romance. Covered in hanging vines and with loads of cosy tables – you might as well propose while you’re here ‘cause it don’t get more romantic than this. There’s live jazz and swing played every night of the week and sexy French food to go with. If you go in for a simple bottle of fizz, prepare for a hefty service charge, and a music charge to boot. But other than that this place c’est the dogs b*llocks. 42-44 Battersea High Street, SW11 3HX KILLER VIEWS 4. Le Pont De La Tour Wine and dine BarChick at a place with an awesome view and she’s yours. Think Parisian chic, with alfresco seating overlooking Tower Bridge - pow! On chillier nights you can still catch the view in the sexy restaurant inside. Lunch: Monday-Friday: 12pm-2.30pm. Saturday-Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12pm-3pm Dinner: Monday-Saturday: 6pm-10.30pm. Sunday and Bank Holidays: 6pm - 9.30pm 36D Shad Thames, London SE1 2YE 5. Blueprint Café If you want the view, but without the epic price tag, head to Blueprint café instead – which also overlooks Tower Bridge. Monday-Thursday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Friday-Saturday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Sunday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm.  Design Museum, London SE1 2YD 6. Duck & Waffle This place is open for you 24/7 baby. With 360 panoramic views of the city from 40 metres up high, this is the pinnacle of wooing your beau. With a speedy lift that could rival that of a theme park, your adrenaline will be pumping either way. Monday-Sunday: open 24 hours Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY a-duckandwaffle-view FLASH 7. Sexy Fish If flashy is where it's at, head to Sexy Fish. A waterfall, 20 insane Frank Gehry fish lamps swim above the bar, and if you can get into the private dining room you’ll be surrounded by floor to ceiling aquariums. Sure this place is a restaurant, and probably booked up ’til 2020 from the sounds of things, but drink smart and go for a late lunch or an early session at 6pm. Monday - Sunday: 12pm-2am Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BR 8. Bob Bob Ricard Bob Bob Ricard is a vividly coloured, flamboyant and surreal take on the 1930’s. All mirrored ceilings, backgammon flooring and gold. Conversations won’t dry up with these surroundings! Down in the bar, the seating gets sexier; all private with everyone getting their own train like booth, so if the date goes well.. no one’s watching…you get me. Thursday-Saturday: 8pm-1am 1 Upper James Street, London, W1F 9DF Bob Bob Ricard Club Room 3 9. Yauatcha This place is a Mecca for dim sum and it’s also very sexy, with its dark wood paneling and sultry ambience. Head to the bar at the back because, no matter how good the food, the cocktails are pretty special too. Drink the Lamachee Martini, made with Belvedere Vodka, plum wine, lemon juice, vanilla sugar and lavender syrup. It’s a little bit of heaven in a glass. 15-17 Broadwick St, London W1F 0DL WOW-FACTOR 10. Yashin Ocean House If you've got money to burn - this is the place. We're talking sushi served on plume of dry ice, candyfloss beef and miso soup served up like a cappuccino with tofu cream on top. Plus the place is slick and super sexy, but with a cool quirky twist. There's a huge giant horse lampshade and a booze cellar full of old sake bottles. Oh and there's an awesome lil' lawn with tables, complete with picket fence. This is pure date-night gold. Monday - Saturday: Lunch 12pm - 3pm last order 2pm. Dinner 6pm - 11pm last order 10pm. Sunday Open All Day: 12pm - 9pm last order 8pm 117-119 Old Brompton Rd South Kensington SW7 3RN yashin ocean house LOW KEY BUT EPIC 11. Spuntino Small and perfectly formed (like BarChick), this place has a long bar at this trendy American-style diner. Bang smack in the middle of the sleazy part of Soho; easy to find as its the only place not offering you a peep show. You can see Russell Norman  and his crew have done their research in Brooklyn, (in the food as well as the fit-out). You’ll find sliders (mini burgers), mac and cheese, soft shell crab and a legendary truffled egg toast, even cheesy Southern grits! tidy selection of cocktails most of which are a handily Spuntino size and Spuntino priced so you can work your way through a good selection. 61 Rupert St, London W1D 7PW 12. Morito They'll know you know your stuff if you bring them to this legendary place. Lots of small plates from Southern Spain, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean (deffo try the cheese fritters with Cretan thyme and honey). It's super bright and airy here so just make sure there's nothing stuck in your teeth. 32 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QE 195 Hackney Road, E2 8JL 13. The Dairy This place is renowned, and for good reason - the small plates here are EPIC. Low lit, with a bangin' cocktail list, this place also screams date night - but in a relaxed kind of way, keep the trainers on if you want. It ain't cheap, but it's worth it if they are. 15 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, SW4 0HY  the dairy 14. Flesh & Buns It's underground with sexy low-lighting. Whether there's a queue or not, make a beeline for the bar and dip into the epic cocktail list. Then grab your table and tuck into awesome sharing plates, just like it says on the tin - tender meats and soft white buns to shove it in (this is not a metaphor by the way). Just be prepared to get a bit messy, so that white shirt's probably a no go. 41 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LX 15. Shackfuyu Run by the Flesh & Buns dudes (above), this place is awesome date place material.  The food is top notch and real quirky, a Western twist on Japanese classics will no doubt give you loads to talk about. The lighting's low and sexy (which is always welcome). When you're done with dinner, hit up the secret bar downstairs for delicious bottled cocktails and sh*loads of sake.
 14A Old Compton Street, London W1D 4TJ
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YOU'RE BROKE 16. Zia Lucia  Want an affordable meal and get trollied while you're at it? These guys do awesome authentic Italian pizzas - and there's a choice of four bases (you're also sorted for that ballache gluten-free date). Drinks-wise it's all about the Negronis - made just like in Italy and they come super super sized for just £6 a pop. Enjoy. 157 Holloway Road, N7 8LX 17. Pump Shoreditch If payday just can't come soon enough, head to Pump - an outdoor food market set in an old petrol station. You can grab a meal for under a tenner, and it's bring your own booze baby 'cos they don't have a license to sell the stuff! Shoreditch High St, London E1 6HU WEIRD SH*T 18. Bel Canto Something a bit er... different? At this over-the-top Italian you’ll find live opera singers for waiters. Monday-Tuesday and Sunday: Closed. Wednesday-Saturday: 7–11pm.  Corus Hotel, Hyde Park, 67 Bayswater Road, W2 3LG 19. Dans Le Noir All sorts of hijinks go down in this pitch black restaurant. Grab their hand and make out like you're scared of the dark - that should get things moving nicely. First sitting: Monday-Thursday: 6.30pm. Second sitting: Monday-Sunday: 8.45pm. Third sitting: Friday-Saturday: 9.45pm. Saturday-Sunday: There's a sitting at 12.30am.  30-31 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU COOL SH*T 20. Cha Chaan Teng With insane Westen-Asian mash-ups and boozy tea cocktails, it’s a reinvention of the popular 1950’s Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng cafés that sprung up in post-war Hong Kong. Expect crazy dishes like hedgehog cinnamon doughnut bun with an oozing duck egg yolk centre. There’s also a designated bao bar (freshly steamed buns with fillings like spicy beef short rib and sweet potato rosti). Make sure you check out the tea-inspired cocktail list – we’ll go for the Oolong Negroni with Oolong infused Beefeater, Campari and Belsazar vermouth. 36-38 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6EY cct-hedgehog-cinnamon-buns 21. Sketch Not forgetting this classic crazy place. From a quirky Alice in Wonderland style tea parlour, to an enchanted-forest style restaurant and THOSE space egg toilets - there is no doubt your date will be totally blown away, (although if they're a Londoner they've probably been here by now). 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG 22. Sager + Wilde, Paradise Row The coolest kids of the wine world, these guys serve up only the best vinos by the glass and bottle. The cocktails rock too, Marcis Dzelsainis’ (previously Dandelyan) menu covers all our needs; dive straight in with the Olive Oil Old Fashioned - the stuff of legends. And then there's the food, with Chef Seb Myers (ex Chiltern Firehouse) at the helm, you're in safe hands. BarChick snacked on Scallops with XO sauce and some kinda Whitebait tempura jenga. The place is light and airy - with a palm tree in the middle or head outside for alfesco fun on the huge terrace. 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Want BarChick Concierge to help you out? Message us for free and we’ll sort your night. ROMANCE ALERT 1. Clos Maggoire You know he’s going to whip out some serious bling if he takes you to this place - known as the ‘most romantic restaurant in London’. The conservatory is knee-deep in a forest of white blossom, along with fairylights, an open fire and a window to the stars. Locally sourced fish and a hefty wine list – it would be rude not to say yes. Monday-Saturday. Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-11pm. Sunday: Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-10pm 33 King Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8JD clos maggiore most romantic restaurant in london   2. The Wolseley This classic Mayfair brasserie is a lower key high-end option with its busy and bustling vibe and art deco touches. They do all the standard date dishes: steak tartare, oysters and shellfish – because what’s a sexy date without an aphrodisiac or two? This place is also top for a romantic breakfast. Monday-Friday: 7am–12am. Saturday: 8am–12am. Sunday: 8am–11pm 160 Piccadilly, London W1J 9EB 3. Le Quecumbar Proper old-school Paris romance. Covered in hanging vines and with loads of cosy tables – you might as well propose while you’re here ‘cause it don’t get more romantic than this. There’s live jazz and swing played every night of the week and sexy French food to go with. If you go in for a simple bottle of fizz, prepare for a hefty service charge, and a music charge to boot. But other than that this place c’est the dogs b*llocks. 42-44 Battersea High Street, SW11 3HX KILLER VIEWS 4. Le Pont De La Tour Wine and dine BarChick at a place with an awesome view and she’s yours. Think Parisian chic, with alfresco seating overlooking Tower Bridge - pow! On chillier nights you can still catch the view in the sexy restaurant inside. Lunch: Monday-Friday: 12pm-2.30pm. Saturday-Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12pm-3pm Dinner: Monday-Saturday: 6pm-10.30pm. Sunday and Bank Holidays: 6pm - 9.30pm 36D Shad Thames, London SE1 2YE 5. Blueprint Café If you want the view, but without the epic price tag, head to Blueprint café instead – which also overlooks Tower Bridge. Monday-Thursday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Friday-Saturday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Sunday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm.  Design Museum, London SE1 2YD 6. Duck & Waffle This place is open for you 24/7 baby. With 360 panoramic views of the city from 40 metres up high, this is the pinnacle of wooing your beau. With a speedy lift that could rival that of a theme park, your adrenaline will be pumping either way. Monday-Sunday: open 24 hours Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY a-duckandwaffle-view FLASH 7. Sexy Fish If flashy is where it's at, head to Sexy Fish. A waterfall, 20 insane Frank Gehry fish lamps swim above the bar, and if you can get into the private dining room you’ll be surrounded by floor to ceiling aquariums. Sure this place is a restaurant, and probably booked up ’til 2020 from the sounds of things, but drink smart and go for a late lunch or an early session at 6pm. Monday - Sunday: 12pm-2am Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BR 8. Bob Bob Ricard Bob Bob Ricard is a vividly coloured, flamboyant and surreal take on the 1930’s. All mirrored ceilings, backgammon flooring and gold. Conversations won’t dry up with these surroundings! Down in the bar, the seating gets sexier; all private with everyone getting their own train like booth, so if the date goes well.. no one’s watching…you get me. Thursday-Saturday: 8pm-1am 1 Upper James Street, London, W1F 9DF Bob Bob Ricard Club Room 3 9. Yauatcha This place is a Mecca for dim sum and it’s also very sexy, with its dark wood paneling and sultry ambience. Head to the bar at the back because, no matter how good the food, the cocktails are pretty special too. Drink the Lamachee Martini, made with Belvedere Vodka, plum wine, lemon juice, vanilla sugar and lavender syrup. It’s a little bit of heaven in a glass. 15-17 Broadwick St, London W1F 0DL WOW-FACTOR 10. Yashin Ocean House If you've got money to burn - this is the place. We're talking sushi served on plume of dry ice, candyfloss beef and miso soup served up like a cappuccino with tofu cream on top. Plus the place is slick and super sexy, but with a cool quirky twist. There's a huge giant horse lampshade and a booze cellar full of old sake bottles. Oh and there's an awesome lil' lawn with tables, complete with picket fence. This is pure date-night gold. Monday - Saturday: Lunch 12pm - 3pm last order 2pm. Dinner 6pm - 11pm last order 10pm. Sunday Open All Day: 12pm - 9pm last order 8pm 117-119 Old Brompton Rd South Kensington SW7 3RN yashin ocean house LOW KEY BUT EPIC 11. Spuntino Small and perfectly formed (like BarChick), this place has a long bar at this trendy American-style diner. Bang smack in the middle of the sleazy part of Soho; easy to find as its the only place not offering you a peep show. You can see Russell Norman  and his crew have done their research in Brooklyn, (in the food as well as the fit-out). You’ll find sliders (mini burgers), mac and cheese, soft shell crab and a legendary truffled egg toast, even cheesy Southern grits! tidy selection of cocktails most of which are a handily Spuntino size and Spuntino priced so you can work your way through a good selection. 61 Rupert St, London W1D 7PW 12. Morito They'll know you know your stuff if you bring them to this legendary place. Lots of small plates from Southern Spain, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean (deffo try the cheese fritters with Cretan thyme and honey). It's super bright and airy here so just make sure there's nothing stuck in your teeth. 32 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QE 195 Hackney Road, E2 8JL 13. The Dairy This place is renowned, and for good reason - the small plates here are EPIC. Low lit, with a bangin' cocktail list, this place also screams date night - but in a relaxed kind of way, keep the trainers on if you want. It ain't cheap, but it's worth it if they are. 15 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, SW4 0HY  the dairy 14. Flesh & Buns It's underground with sexy low-lighting. Whether there's a queue or not, make a beeline for the bar and dip into the epic cocktail list. Then grab your table and tuck into awesome sharing plates, just like it says on the tin - tender meats and soft white buns to shove it in (this is not a metaphor by the way). Just be prepared to get a bit messy, so that white shirt's probably a no go. 41 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LX 15. Shackfuyu Run by the Flesh & Buns dudes (above), this place is awesome date place material.  The food is top notch and real quirky, a Western twist on Japanese classics will no doubt give you loads to talk about. The lighting's low and sexy (which is always welcome). When you're done with dinner, hit up the secret bar downstairs for delicious bottled cocktails and sh*loads of sake.
 14A Old Compton Street, London W1D 4TJ
shackfuyu london
YOU'RE BROKE 16. Zia Lucia  Want an affordable meal and get trollied while you're at it? These guys do awesome authentic Italian pizzas - and there's a choice of four bases (you're also sorted for that ballache gluten-free date). Drinks-wise it's all about the Negronis - made just like in Italy and they come super super sized for just £6 a pop. Enjoy. 157 Holloway Road, N7 8LX 17. Pump Shoreditch If payday just can't come soon enough, head to Pump - an outdoor food market set in an old petrol station. You can grab a meal for under a tenner, and it's bring your own booze baby 'cos they don't have a license to sell the stuff! Shoreditch High St, London E1 6HU WEIRD SH*T 18. Bel Canto Something a bit er... different? At this over-the-top Italian you’ll find live opera singers for waiters. Monday-Tuesday and Sunday: Closed. Wednesday-Saturday: 7–11pm.  Corus Hotel, Hyde Park, 67 Bayswater Road, W2 3LG 19. Dans Le Noir All sorts of hijinks go down in this pitch black restaurant. Grab their hand and make out like you're scared of the dark - that should get things moving nicely. First sitting: Monday-Thursday: 6.30pm. Second sitting: Monday-Sunday: 8.45pm. Third sitting: Friday-Saturday: 9.45pm. Saturday-Sunday: There's a sitting at 12.30am.  30-31 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU COOL SH*T 20. Cha Chaan Teng With insane Westen-Asian mash-ups and boozy tea cocktails, it’s a reinvention of the popular 1950’s Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng cafés that sprung up in post-war Hong Kong. Expect crazy dishes like hedgehog cinnamon doughnut bun with an oozing duck egg yolk centre. There’s also a designated bao bar (freshly steamed buns with fillings like spicy beef short rib and sweet potato rosti). Make sure you check out the tea-inspired cocktail list – we’ll go for the Oolong Negroni with Oolong infused Beefeater, Campari and Belsazar vermouth. 36-38 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6EY cct-hedgehog-cinnamon-buns 21. Sketch Not forgetting this classic crazy place. From a quirky Alice in Wonderland style tea parlour, to an enchanted-forest style restaurant and THOSE space egg toilets - there is no doubt your date will be totally blown away, (although if they're a Londoner they've probably been here by now). 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG 22. Sager + Wilde, Paradise Row The coolest kids of the wine world, these guys serve up only the best vinos by the glass and bottle. The cocktails rock too, Marcis Dzelsainis’ (previously Dandelyan) menu covers all our needs; dive straight in with the Olive Oil Old Fashioned - the stuff of legends. And then there's the food, with Chef Seb Myers (ex Chiltern Firehouse) at the helm, you're in safe hands. BarChick snacked on Scallops with XO sauce and some kinda Whitebait tempura jenga. The place is light and airy - with a palm tree in the middle or head outside for alfesco fun on the huge terrace. For a more intimate vibe, head to their other place 'round the corner on Hackney Road is also a real date night winner - there's an emphasis on wine by the glass, and they also do a mean cheese toastie if you need something to snack on. 250 Paradise Row, London E2 You should also check out: Where to take a guy on a date Where to take a girl on a date 30 summer date ideas in London" ["post_title"]=> string(25) "22 epic dinner date ideas" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(0) "" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(41) "romantic-restaurants-in-london-date-ideas" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2016-09-13 18:22:23" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2016-09-13 17:22:23" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(32) "http://www.barchick.com/?p=59006" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_type"]=> string(4) "post" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } } ["post_count"]=> int(1) ["current_post"]=> int(-1) ["in_the_loop"]=> bool(false) ["post"]=> object(WP_Post)#1118 (24) { ["ID"]=> int(59006) ["post_author"]=> string(1) "4" ["post_date"]=> string(19) "2016-08-13 14:30:51" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2016-08-13 13:30:51" ["post_content"]=> string(15302) "Whether you wanna pop the question, make up for some mischief, or just get someone in the sack – there’s loads of ways to romance your beau in London. Want BarChick Concierge to help you out? Message us for free and we’ll sort your night. ROMANCE ALERT 1. Clos Maggoire You know he’s going to whip out some serious bling if he takes you to this place - known as the ‘most romantic restaurant in London’. The conservatory is knee-deep in a forest of white blossom, along with fairylights, an open fire and a window to the stars. Locally sourced fish and a hefty wine list – it would be rude not to say yes. Monday-Saturday. Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-11pm. Sunday: Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-10pm 33 King Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8JD clos maggiore most romantic restaurant in london   2. The Wolseley This classic Mayfair brasserie is a lower key high-end option with its busy and bustling vibe and art deco touches. They do all the standard date dishes: steak tartare, oysters and shellfish – because what’s a sexy date without an aphrodisiac or two? This place is also top for a romantic breakfast. Monday-Friday: 7am–12am. Saturday: 8am–12am. Sunday: 8am–11pm 160 Piccadilly, London W1J 9EB 3. Le Quecumbar Proper old-school Paris romance. Covered in hanging vines and with loads of cosy tables – you might as well propose while you’re here ‘cause it don’t get more romantic than this. There’s live jazz and swing played every night of the week and sexy French food to go with. If you go in for a simple bottle of fizz, prepare for a hefty service charge, and a music charge to boot. But other than that this place c’est the dogs b*llocks. 42-44 Battersea High Street, SW11 3HX KILLER VIEWS 4. Le Pont De La Tour Wine and dine BarChick at a place with an awesome view and she’s yours. Think Parisian chic, with alfresco seating overlooking Tower Bridge - pow! On chillier nights you can still catch the view in the sexy restaurant inside. Lunch: Monday-Friday: 12pm-2.30pm. Saturday-Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12pm-3pm Dinner: Monday-Saturday: 6pm-10.30pm. Sunday and Bank Holidays: 6pm - 9.30pm 36D Shad Thames, London SE1 2YE 5. Blueprint Café If you want the view, but without the epic price tag, head to Blueprint café instead – which also overlooks Tower Bridge. Monday-Thursday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Friday-Saturday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Sunday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm.  Design Museum, London SE1 2YD 6. Duck & Waffle This place is open for you 24/7 baby. With 360 panoramic views of the city from 40 metres up high, this is the pinnacle of wooing your beau. With a speedy lift that could rival that of a theme park, your adrenaline will be pumping either way. Monday-Sunday: open 24 hours Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY a-duckandwaffle-view FLASH 7. Sexy Fish If flashy is where it's at, head to Sexy Fish. A waterfall, 20 insane Frank Gehry fish lamps swim above the bar, and if you can get into the private dining room you’ll be surrounded by floor to ceiling aquariums. Sure this place is a restaurant, and probably booked up ’til 2020 from the sounds of things, but drink smart and go for a late lunch or an early session at 6pm. Monday - Sunday: 12pm-2am Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BR 8. Bob Bob Ricard Bob Bob Ricard is a vividly coloured, flamboyant and surreal take on the 1930’s. All mirrored ceilings, backgammon flooring and gold. Conversations won’t dry up with these surroundings! Down in the bar, the seating gets sexier; all private with everyone getting their own train like booth, so if the date goes well.. no one’s watching…you get me. Thursday-Saturday: 8pm-1am 1 Upper James Street, London, W1F 9DF Bob Bob Ricard Club Room 3 9. Yauatcha This place is a Mecca for dim sum and it’s also very sexy, with its dark wood paneling and sultry ambience. Head to the bar at the back because, no matter how good the food, the cocktails are pretty special too. Drink the Lamachee Martini, made with Belvedere Vodka, plum wine, lemon juice, vanilla sugar and lavender syrup. It’s a little bit of heaven in a glass. 15-17 Broadwick St, London W1F 0DL WOW-FACTOR 10. Yashin Ocean House If you've got money to burn - this is the place. We're talking sushi served on plume of dry ice, candyfloss beef and miso soup served up like a cappuccino with tofu cream on top. Plus the place is slick and super sexy, but with a cool quirky twist. There's a huge giant horse lampshade and a booze cellar full of old sake bottles. Oh and there's an awesome lil' lawn with tables, complete with picket fence. This is pure date-night gold. Monday - Saturday: Lunch 12pm - 3pm last order 2pm. Dinner 6pm - 11pm last order 10pm. Sunday Open All Day: 12pm - 9pm last order 8pm 117-119 Old Brompton Rd South Kensington SW7 3RN yashin ocean house LOW KEY BUT EPIC 11. Spuntino Small and perfectly formed (like BarChick), this place has a long bar at this trendy American-style diner. Bang smack in the middle of the sleazy part of Soho; easy to find as its the only place not offering you a peep show. You can see Russell Norman  and his crew have done their research in Brooklyn, (in the food as well as the fit-out). You’ll find sliders (mini burgers), mac and cheese, soft shell crab and a legendary truffled egg toast, even cheesy Southern grits! tidy selection of cocktails most of which are a handily Spuntino size and Spuntino priced so you can work your way through a good selection. 61 Rupert St, London W1D 7PW 12. Morito They'll know you know your stuff if you bring them to this legendary place. Lots of small plates from Southern Spain, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean (deffo try the cheese fritters with Cretan thyme and honey). It's super bright and airy here so just make sure there's nothing stuck in your teeth. 32 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QE 195 Hackney Road, E2 8JL 13. The Dairy This place is renowned, and for good reason - the small plates here are EPIC. Low lit, with a bangin' cocktail list, this place also screams date night - but in a relaxed kind of way, keep the trainers on if you want. It ain't cheap, but it's worth it if they are. 15 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, SW4 0HY  the dairy 14. Flesh & Buns It's underground with sexy low-lighting. Whether there's a queue or not, make a beeline for the bar and dip into the epic cocktail list. Then grab your table and tuck into awesome sharing plates, just like it says on the tin - tender meats and soft white buns to shove it in (this is not a metaphor by the way). Just be prepared to get a bit messy, so that white shirt's probably a no go. 41 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LX 15. Shackfuyu Run by the Flesh & Buns dudes (above), this place is awesome date place material.  The food is top notch and real quirky, a Western twist on Japanese classics will no doubt give you loads to talk about. The lighting's low and sexy (which is always welcome). When you're done with dinner, hit up the secret bar downstairs for delicious bottled cocktails and sh*loads of sake.
 14A Old Compton Street, London W1D 4TJ
shackfuyu london
YOU'RE BROKE 16. Zia Lucia  Want an affordable meal and get trollied while you're at it? These guys do awesome authentic Italian pizzas - and there's a choice of four bases (you're also sorted for that ballache gluten-free date). Drinks-wise it's all about the Negronis - made just like in Italy and they come super super sized for just £6 a pop. Enjoy. 157 Holloway Road, N7 8LX 17. Pump Shoreditch If payday just can't come soon enough, head to Pump - an outdoor food market set in an old petrol station. You can grab a meal for under a tenner, and it's bring your own booze baby 'cos they don't have a license to sell the stuff! Shoreditch High St, London E1 6HU WEIRD SH*T 18. Bel Canto Something a bit er... different? At this over-the-top Italian you’ll find live opera singers for waiters. Monday-Tuesday and Sunday: Closed. Wednesday-Saturday: 7–11pm.  Corus Hotel, Hyde Park, 67 Bayswater Road, W2 3LG 19. Dans Le Noir All sorts of hijinks go down in this pitch black restaurant. Grab their hand and make out like you're scared of the dark - that should get things moving nicely. First sitting: Monday-Thursday: 6.30pm. Second sitting: Monday-Sunday: 8.45pm. Third sitting: Friday-Saturday: 9.45pm. Saturday-Sunday: There's a sitting at 12.30am.  30-31 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU COOL SH*T 20. Cha Chaan Teng With insane Westen-Asian mash-ups and boozy tea cocktails, it’s a reinvention of the popular 1950’s Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng cafés that sprung up in post-war Hong Kong. Expect crazy dishes like hedgehog cinnamon doughnut bun with an oozing duck egg yolk centre. There’s also a designated bao bar (freshly steamed buns with fillings like spicy beef short rib and sweet potato rosti). Make sure you check out the tea-inspired cocktail list – we’ll go for the Oolong Negroni with Oolong infused Beefeater, Campari and Belsazar vermouth. 36-38 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6EY cct-hedgehog-cinnamon-buns 21. Sketch Not forgetting this classic crazy place. From a quirky Alice in Wonderland style tea parlour, to an enchanted-forest style restaurant and THOSE space egg toilets - there is no doubt your date will be totally blown away, (although if they're a Londoner they've probably been here by now). 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG 22. Sager + Wilde, Paradise Row The coolest kids of the wine world, these guys serve up only the best vinos by the glass and bottle. The cocktails rock too, Marcis Dzelsainis’ (previously Dandelyan) menu covers all our needs; dive straight in with the Olive Oil Old Fashioned - the stuff of legends. And then there's the food, with Chef Seb Myers (ex Chiltern Firehouse) at the helm, you're in safe hands. BarChick snacked on Scallops with XO sauce and some kinda Whitebait tempura jenga. The place is light and airy - with a palm tree in the middle or head outside for alfesco fun on the huge terrace. For a more intimate vibe, head to their other place 'round the corner on Hackney Road is also a real date night winner - there's an emphasis on wine by the glass, and they also do a mean cheese toastie if you need something to snack on. 250 Paradise Row, London E2 You should also check out: Where to take a guy on a date Where to take a girl on a date 30 summer date ideas in London" ["post_title"]=> string(25) "22 epic dinner date ideas" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(0) "" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(41) "romantic-restaurants-in-london-date-ideas" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2016-09-13 18:22:23" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2016-09-13 17:22:23" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(32) "http://www.barchick.com/?p=59006" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_type"]=> string(4) "post" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } ["comment_count"]=> int(0) ["current_comment"]=> int(-1) ["found_posts"]=> int(1) ["max_num_pages"]=> int(0) ["max_num_comment_pages"]=> int(0) ["is_single"]=> bool(true) ["is_preview"]=> bool(false) ["is_page"]=> bool(false) ["is_archive"]=> bool(false) ["is_date"]=> bool(false) ["is_year"]=> bool(false) ["is_month"]=> bool(false) ["is_day"]=> bool(false) ["is_time"]=> bool(false) ["is_author"]=> bool(false) ["is_category"]=> bool(false) ["is_tag"]=> bool(false) ["is_tax"]=> bool(false) ["is_search"]=> bool(false) ["is_feed"]=> bool(false) ["is_comment_feed"]=> bool(false) ["is_trackback"]=> bool(false) ["is_home"]=> bool(false) ["is_404"]=> bool(false) ["is_embed"]=> bool(false) ["is_paged"]=> bool(false) ["is_admin"]=> bool(false) ["is_attachment"]=> bool(false) ["is_singular"]=> bool(true) ["is_robots"]=> bool(false) ["is_posts_page"]=> bool(false) ["is_post_type_archive"]=> bool(false) ["query_vars_hash":"WP_Query":private]=> string(32) "03eee7be237a4fd6ab5ff09635acb31a" ["query_vars_changed":"WP_Query":private]=> bool(false) ["thumbnails_cached"]=> bool(false) ["stopwords":"WP_Query":private]=> NULL ["compat_fields":"WP_Query":private]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(15) "query_vars_hash" [1]=> string(18) "query_vars_changed" } ["compat_methods":"WP_Query":private]=> array(2) { [0]=> string(16) "init_query_flags" [1]=> string(15) "parse_tax_query" } }

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Whether you wanna pop the question, make up for some mischief, or just get someone in the sack – there’s loads of ways to romance your beau in London.

Want BarChick Concierge to help you out? Message us for free and we’ll sort your night.

ROMANCE ALERT

1. Clos Maggoire

You know he’s going to whip out some serious bling if he takes you to this place – known as the ‘most romantic restaurant in London’. The conservatory is knee-deep in a forest of white blossom, along with fairylights, an open fire and a window to the stars. Locally sourced fish and a hefty wine list – it would be rude not to say yes.

Monday-Saturday. Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-11pm. Sunday: Lunch: 12pm-2.30pm. Dinner: 5pm-10pm

33 King Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8JD

clos maggiore most romantic restaurant in london

 

2. The Wolseley

This classic Mayfair brasserie is a lower key high-end option with its busy and bustling vibe and art deco touches. They do all the standard date dishes: steak tartare, oysters and shellfish – because what’s a sexy date without an aphrodisiac or two? This place is also top for a romantic breakfast.

Monday-Friday: 7am–12am. Saturday: 8am–12am. Sunday: 8am–11pm

160 Piccadilly, London W1J 9EB

3. Le Quecumbar

Proper old-school Paris romance. Covered in hanging vines and with loads of cosy tables – you might as well propose while you’re here ‘cause it don’t get more romantic than this. There’s live jazz and swing played every night of the week and sexy French food to go with. If you go in for a simple bottle of fizz, prepare for a hefty service charge, and a music charge to boot. But other than that this place c’est the dogs b*llocks.

42-44 Battersea High Street, SW11 3HX

KILLER VIEWS

4. Le Pont De La Tour

Wine and dine BarChick at a place with an awesome view and she’s yours. Think Parisian chic, with alfresco seating overlooking Tower Bridge – pow! On chillier nights you can still catch the view in the sexy restaurant inside.

Lunch: Monday-Friday: 12pm-2.30pm. Saturday-Sunday and Bank Holidays: 12pm-3pm
Dinner: Monday-Saturday: 6pm-10.30pm. Sunday and Bank Holidays: 6pm – 9.30pm

36D Shad Thames, London SE1 2YE

5. Blueprint Café

If you want the view, but without the epic price tag, head to Blueprint café instead – which also overlooks Tower Bridge.

Monday-Thursday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Friday-Saturday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. Sunday: 12–2:45pm, 6–10:45pm. 

Design Museum, London SE1 2YD

6. Duck & Waffle

This place is open for you 24/7 baby. With 360 panoramic views of the city from 40 metres up high, this is the pinnacle of wooing your beau. With a speedy lift that could rival that of a theme park, your adrenaline will be pumping either way.

Monday-Sunday: open 24 hours

Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AY

a-duckandwaffle-view

FLASH

7. Sexy Fish

If flashy is where it’s at, head to Sexy Fish. A waterfall, 20 insane Frank Gehry fish lamps swim above the bar, and if you can get into the private dining room you’ll be surrounded by floor to ceiling aquariums. Sure this place is a restaurant, and probably booked up ’til 2020 from the sounds of things, but drink smart and go for a late lunch or an early session at 6pm.

Monday – Sunday: 12pm-2am

Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6BR

8. Bob Bob Ricard

Bob Bob Ricard is a vividly coloured, flamboyant and surreal take on the 1930’s. All mirrored ceilings, backgammon flooring and gold. Conversations won’t dry up with these surroundings! Down in the bar, the seating gets sexier; all private with everyone getting their own train like booth, so if the date goes well.. no one’s watching…you get me.

Thursday-Saturday: 8pm-1am

1 Upper James Street, London, W1F 9DF

Bob Bob Ricard Club Room 3

9. Yauatcha

This place is a Mecca for dim sum and it’s also very sexy, with its dark wood paneling and sultry ambience. Head to the bar at the back because, no matter how good the food, the cocktails are pretty special too. Drink the Lamachee Martini, made with Belvedere Vodka, plum wine, lemon juice, vanilla sugar and lavender syrup. It’s a little bit of heaven in a glass.

15-17 Broadwick St, London W1F 0DL

WOW-FACTOR

10. Yashin Ocean House

If you’ve got money to burn – this is the place. We’re talking sushi served on plume of dry ice, candyfloss beef and miso soup served up like a cappuccino with tofu cream on top. Plus the place is slick and super sexy, but with a cool quirky twist. There’s a huge giant horse lampshade and a booze cellar full of old sake bottles. Oh and there’s an awesome lil’ lawn with tables, complete with picket fence. This is pure date-night gold.

Monday – Saturday: Lunch 12pm – 3pm last order 2pm. Dinner 6pm – 11pm last order 10pm. Sunday Open All Day: 12pm – 9pm last order 8pm

117-119 Old Brompton Rd South Kensington SW7 3RN

yashin ocean house

LOW KEY BUT EPIC

11. Spuntino

Small and perfectly formed (like BarChick), this place has a long bar at this trendy American-style diner. Bang smack in the middle of the sleazy part of Soho; easy to find as its the only place not offering you a peep show. You can see Russell Norman  and his crew have done their research in Brooklyn, (in the food as well as the fit-out). You’ll find sliders (mini burgers), mac and cheese, soft shell crab and a legendary truffled egg toast, even cheesy Southern grits! tidy selection of cocktails most of which are a handily Spuntino size and Spuntino priced so you can work your way through a good selection.

61 Rupert St, London W1D 7PW

12. Morito

They’ll know you know your stuff if you bring them to this legendary place. Lots of small plates from Southern Spain, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean (deffo try the cheese fritters with Cretan thyme and honey). It’s super bright and airy here so just make sure there’s nothing stuck in your teeth.

32 Exmouth Market, London EC1R 4QE

195 Hackney Road, E2 8JL

13. The Dairy

This place is renowned, and for good reason – the small plates here are EPIC. Low lit, with a bangin’ cocktail list, this place also screams date night – but in a relaxed kind of way, keep the trainers on if you want. It ain’t cheap, but it’s worth it if they are.

15 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, SW4 0HY 

the dairy

14. Flesh & Buns

It’s underground with sexy low-lighting. Whether there’s a queue or not, make a beeline for the bar and dip into the epic cocktail list. Then grab your table and tuck into awesome sharing plates, just like it says on the tin – tender meats and soft white buns to shove it in (this is not a metaphor by the way). Just be prepared to get a bit messy, so that white shirt’s probably a no go.

41 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LX

15. Shackfuyu

Run by the Flesh & Buns dudes (above), this place is awesome date place material.  The food is top notch and real quirky, a Western twist on Japanese classics will no doubt give you loads to talk about. The lighting’s low and sexy (which is always welcome). When you’re done with dinner, hit up the secret bar downstairs for delicious bottled cocktails and sh*loads of sake.

 14A Old Compton Street, London W1D 4TJ
shackfuyu london

YOU’RE BROKE

16. Zia Lucia 

Want an affordable meal and get trollied while you’re at it? These guys do awesome authentic Italian pizzas – and there’s a choice of four bases (you’re also sorted for that ballache gluten-free date). Drinks-wise it’s all about the Negronis – made just like in Italy and they come super super sized for just £6 a pop. Enjoy.

157 Holloway Road, N7 8LX

17. Pump Shoreditch

If payday just can’t come soon enough, head to Pump – an outdoor food market set in an old petrol station. You can grab a meal for under a tenner, and it’s bring your own booze baby ‘cos they don’t have a license to sell the stuff!

Shoreditch High St, London E1 6HU

WEIRD SH*T

18. Bel Canto

Something a bit er… different? At this over-the-top Italian you’ll find live opera singers for waiters.

Monday-Tuesday and Sunday: Closed. Wednesday-Saturday: 7–11pm. 

Corus Hotel, Hyde Park, 67 Bayswater Road, W2 3LG

19. Dans Le Noir

All sorts of hijinks go down in this pitch black restaurant. Grab their hand and make out like you’re scared of the dark – that should get things moving nicely.

First sitting: Monday-Thursday: 6.30pm. Second sitting: Monday-Sunday: 8.45pm. Third sitting: Friday-Saturday: 9.45pm. Saturday-Sunday: There’s a sitting at 12.30am. 

30-31 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU

COOL SH*T

20. Cha Chaan Teng

With insane Westen-Asian mash-ups and boozy tea cocktails, it’s a reinvention of the popular 1950’s Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng cafés that sprung up in post-war Hong Kong. Expect crazy dishes like hedgehog cinnamon doughnut bun with an oozing duck egg yolk centre. There’s also a designated bao bar (freshly steamed buns with fillings like spicy beef short rib and sweet potato rosti). Make sure you check out the tea-inspired cocktail list – we’ll go for the Oolong Negroni with Oolong infused Beefeater, Campari and Belsazar vermouth.

36-38 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6EY

cct-hedgehog-cinnamon-buns

21. Sketch

Not forgetting this classic crazy place. From a quirky Alice in Wonderland style tea parlour, to an enchanted-forest style restaurant and THOSE space egg toilets – there is no doubt your date will be totally blown away, (although if they’re a Londoner they’ve probably been here by now).

9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG

22. Sager + Wilde, Paradise Row

The coolest kids of the wine world, these guys serve up only the best vinos by the glass and bottle. The cocktails rock too, Marcis Dzelsainis’ (previously Dandelyan) menu covers all our needs; dive straight in with the Olive Oil Old Fashioned – the stuff of legends. And then there’s the food, with Chef Seb Myers (ex Chiltern Firehouse) at the helm, you’re in safe hands. BarChick snacked on Scallops with XO sauce and some kinda Whitebait tempura jenga. The place is light and airy – with a palm tree in the middle or head outside for alfesco fun on the huge terrace. For a more intimate vibe, head to their other place ’round the corner on Hackney Road is also a real date night winner – there’s an emphasis on wine by the glass, and they also do a mean cheese toastie if you need something to snack on.

250 Paradise Row, London E2

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