Join the fashion-set this London Fashion Week by dining where they dine. This week London will be packed with fashion’s hottest designers, models and various other celebrities and of course they will be hitting our best restaurants and bars. So we wanted to give you a selection of the hottest places to dine during London Fashion Week (20-24th February for those who don’t know).
First on our list is Sixtyone restaurant in South Marylebone, just a 15 minute cab ride away from LFW’s main hub at Somerset House. With the Chef being Patron Arnaud Stevens they will be serving an exquisite lunch menu throughout London Fashion Week. This menu includes starters like Braised Octopus with Avocado, mains like Steamed Salmon, Baby Spinach, Pickled Apple and Crispy Kale and desserts like Braeburn Apple with Speculoos Biscuit and Coconut Oil Sorbet. The restaurant has also added a cocktail inspired by the catwalk to their menu, choose from the Spring Collection, a pale pink drink which is made from mixing rum with celery, peach, agave syrup, fresh lime. You could also try the Viviennita, named after Dame Vivienne Westwood – this orange creation will get you going with Tequila Olmeca Blanco, Agave Syrup, Carrot, Ginger, Fresh Lime and Rosemary.
61 Upper Berkeley Street, London W1H 7PP
Next up is Berners Inn, a restaurant inside The London Edition Hotel with Michelin-starred Executive Chef Jason Atherton. He puts a twist on traditional British cuisine with a restaurant menu entirely sourced in the UK. This restaurant has one of the cities most sought after reservations and winner of Interior Design of the Year at the European Hotel Design Awards. The menu includes options such as Jerusalem artichoke risotto, slow roasted shoulder of Romney lamb and apple caramel eclair.
10 Berners Street, London W1T 3NP
Some of you will want to spend most of fashion week shopping and we don’t blame you. To make it easier for you Selfridges lovers, why not try out The Corner Restaurant and Champagne Bar on Floor Two. It’s right next to the women’s designer galleries and has an all-day menu of seasonal European dishes. The decor of the restaurant is beautiful and of course, so is the food and you can also treat yourself to the Mr Selfridge Afternoon Tea.
Selfridges & Co, 400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
If it’s sushi you’re after then you might want to try Murakami on St Martin’s Lane which only opened in January but has already got a good reputation for its Japanese cuisine. The restaurant specialises in sushi, sashimi and dishes from the robata grill and the drinks have been selected by Shrub & Shutter to compliment the food.
63-66 St Martin’s Lane, WC2 N4JS