Eating out on your tod has never been so fun – solo dining reservations have increased more than twofold over the past few years and, accordingly, restaurants are getting better at recognising the solo diner and how to look after them. Table for one, anyone?
The best restaurants for dining solo are the restaurants dreamt up by those who like eating out on their own. So is the case at XU, where two single-seat tables come with some solid people-watching credentials. And, with Taiwanese tea and dumplings on the menu, it’s one of the best seats in Soho.
Hoppers St. Christopher’s Place
Unlike their original restaurant in Soho, this iteration comes with reservations and countertop dining. Food here is designed for groups, so in this case you’re usually best off with a larger dish, such as the silky bone marrow varuval, alongside an egg hopper or two.
Pubs and inns have served solitary travellers for centuries. One such refuge is The Green, a modern British pub from the people behind The Culpeper, who certainly know what they’re doing when it comes to pub grub. Their steak sandwich is a top choice for a solo lunch.Continue Reading