Dining in The Most Specific London Style

Chai Wu


Chai Wu is a contemporary Chinese restaurant, located on the fifth floor of the iconic department store, Harrods, in Knightsbridge. The restaurant design incorporates the five elements of Chinese philosophy: wood, metal, water, earth and fire, creating an elegant, opulent and welcoming dining setting.
The tasty, exotic and colourful dishes reflect the finest of modern Chinese cuisine. The fantastic menu consists of small dishes such as black truffle sour soup and Chilean sea bass dumpling with gold leaf, as well as luxurious dishes including Beijing duck and wagyu steak.

El Pirata


For more than 20 years, El Pirata has hit the spot as London’s top restaurant for traditional Spanish tapas. Located in the heart of Mayfair, it’s the perfect place fora true taste of the Mediterranean in a chic yet friendly setting. Informal, inexpensive and above all, authentic — the restaurant uses the finest Spanish produce, including jambon iberico, to create its classic dishes. Celebrity fans include Brian May and Johnny Depp, and food critics are unanimous in their praise, describing it as a ‘Spanish gem’ (Zagat) with ‘surprisingly good prices’ (Hardens), and ‘a favourite with Mayfair’s Spanish community and converts to the new Iberian cause’ (Square Meal).

Min Jiang


Situated in the heart of Kensington, Min Jiang restaurant boasts breath-taking views over London’s skyline and offers authentic Chinese cuisine using the finest ingredients. Located on the tenth floor of the Royal Garden Hotel, Min Jiang is renowned for its legendary wood-fired Beijing duck, spicy Sichuan dishes and exquisite range of dim sum. Its contemporary private dining room, Chong Qing, offers a beautiful setting with a high ceiling and mirrored walls. Seating up to 20 guests, there is an impressive atmosphere to give you an occasion to remember.

Chor Bizarre


Much-feted Chor Bizarre, on Albemarle Street in Mayfair, offers a distinctive ambience. Its fabulous interior has been given a makeover, with gorgeous furnishings sourced from bazaars in India. It’s not surprising that Chor Bizarre, the London branch of New Delhi’s eternal favourite, has been judged ‘one of the 50 most romantic places in the world’ and included ‘among the Top 10 Restaurants in London for Fun and Atmosphere’ by The independent newspaper, as well as ‘The best North Indian Restaurant in the UK’ by The Cobra Good Curry Guide.


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