Where to dine during London Restaurant Festival

The London Restaurant Festival returns this June for its sizzling Summer Edition. Visit the capital’s most exciting neighbourhoods and discover a host of restaurants serving up festival-exclusive menus, which you can book with OpenTable. Here, we’ve got a selection of featured restaurants located in six foodie hotspots across London.

Central London
28-50 Marylebone

Address: 15-17 Marylebone Ln, London W1U 2NE
Marylebone is nothing but leafy village vibes, even though it’s located right in the heart of the city. It also happens to be a popular dining spot, with many great options for eating out. One of those is 28-50 Marylebone, an industrial-style wine bar, bistro and charcuterie. Located just a short stroll from Bond Street station, 28-50 Marylebone features a festival-exclusive menu, giving diners the option of a three-course meal made up of fresh seasonal dishes.

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West London
Aubaine Notting Hill

Address: 129 Bayswater Rd, London W2 4RJ
West London is a thriving cultural hub with everything from quaint pastel-coloured houses to mega shopping centres. When it comes to finding a place to eat, head to Aubaine in Notting Hill. It marries French cuisine with the London dining scene to offer a sophisticated yet simple experience. The London Restaurant Festival menu is another three-course offering, with guests enjoying a glass of Porte Noire Provençal Rose while they dine.

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The City and East London
Pachamama East

Address: 73 Great Eastern St, London EC2A 3HU
Indulge in a diverse food scene in East London, whether you’re kicking it bohemian style in Shoreditch or are suited and booted in the City. Pachamama East should be high up on your list of places to dine. It serves seasonal produce and bold flavours with a festival exclusive pick and mix style menu featuring a complimentary drink. So raise a glass and enjoy an amazing selection of Chinese and Peruvian cuisine.

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South West London
Wulf & Lamb Chelsea

Address: 243 Pavilion Rd, London SW1X 0BP
Chelsea is a sought-after area, with perhaps the swankiest postcode in the capital. It also has its fair share of excellent places to dine, including Wulf and Lamb. This stylish plant-based restaurant is just moments from Sloane Square and the King’s Road, so a spot of shopping wouldn’t go amiss after trying the three-course plant-based Festival Menu. Why not take a seat outdoors by the palm tree courtyard and soak up the summer sun?

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South East London
TING restaurant (Shangri-la at The Shard)

Address: 31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9QU
TING is set inside the five-star Shangri-la hotel, which itself occupies the 30th to 52nd floor of The Shard. So if you’re after a meal with fab views of the capital, get yourself over to TING. Experience sky-high dining inspired by Asian cultures and try the five-course London Restaurant Festival menu while counting how many iconic landmarks you can see.

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North London
Mestizo

Address: 103 Hampstead Rd, London NW1 3EL
From quirky Camden to the delights of Islington, north London is about as diverse as it comes with its eclectic mix of neighbourhoods. For dining destinations, try Mestizo on Hampstead Road, NW1. Here, you’ll find fine Mexican cuisine and as many tequila shots as you can handle set inside a smart, scarlet space. Its exclusive Festival Menu has three courses to sample and includes a small house of margarita, glass of house wine or Corona beer.

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Get in the festival mood
Indulge in fantastic menus during this month’s London Restaurant Festival. Book your spot between 1st – 30th June and try new places while embracing some of the capital’s most alluring neighbourhoods, from Chelsea to Marylebone and Shoreditch to London Bridge. There’s a Festival Menu waiting for you.