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London’s Most Instagrammable Restaurants

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Crystal-encrusted statues, rose ceilings and retro walkways: these restaurants deserve a spot on your feed

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Indoor dining is back in full swing, giving London’s prettiest restaurants a chance to show off their interiors again. From the glitzy Sexy Fish to the impossibly chic Bourne & Hollingsworth, London is brimming with snap-worthy dining spots. Here’s our pick of the most Instagrammable restaurants in town.

Instagrammable Restaurants in London

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  • NoMad London

    The NoMad Restaurant

    Causing a stir in Bow is the first London outpost from New York’s buzzy NoMad Hotels group, located in a former Magistrates Court. Its piece de resistance? The soaring three-story glass-roofed atrium, which serves as the hotel’s restaurant, and will no doubt be popping up on many an Instagram feed this summer. Luckily it’s not all style over substance though, with an eclectic menu that blends comfort with decadence.

  • Gloria


    Brightening up Great Eastern Street with its sunny yellow façade is Gloria: the decadent, over-the-top Italian trattoria from Parisian powerhouse Big Mamma Group. If you haven’t been yet you’ll most likely have seen it on your Instagram feed: the interiors – courtesy of Studio Kiki – were designed to be photographed. With its pinstripe upholstery, marble table tops and gilded light fixtures, Gloria takes diners back to 1970s Capri. The food, meanwhile, is a sight for the eyes as well as the taste buds: the carbonara sharing dish, for instance, comes served in a wheel of parmesan.

  • Sketch


    A Narnia-style hub of Instagrammable restaurants, bars and art on Mayfair’s Conduit Street, sketch is a dining emporium like no other. Dreamed up by restauranteur Mourad Mazouz, it’s made up of four uniquely designed restaurants and a bar which sits beneath the pod-style toilets – most likely the most photographed bathroom in the city. Other famous snap spots include the pastel pink Gallery with David Shrigley artwork adorning the walls, and the Swarovski-encrusted bathroom: Instagram gold.

  • Sexy Fish

    Sexy Fish

    Arguably the city’s most flamboyant restaurant, Richard Caring’s Sexy Fish is a sight to behold. Apparently it cost £15 million to produce – which won’t come as a surprise to anyone who has stepped inside. With bronze Damien Hirst-designed bronze mermaids adorning the bar, a coral reef ceiling, a giant gold-plated crocodile on display and walls running with water, the space feels like some kind of mystical, underwater-inspired wonderland. And to take things even further, the private dining room boasts its own real-life aquarium.

  • Annabels Ladies Powder Room


    We have London-based designer Martin Brudnizki to thank for the interior dream that is Annabel’s. The iconic members club re-opened in 2019 following a revamp, with a glitzy new design theme which draws on surrealism and eccentricity – Brudnizki describes it as ‘like falling down the rabbit hole.’ Vying with Sketch for the award of London’s most beautiful bathroom is the rose-hued pink powder room, complete with floral wallpaper, pink onyx shell shaped sinks with gold swan taps and a pink silk rose ceiling. Elsewhere, a bespoke chandelier installation festooned with unicorn and monkeys swoops through several floors.

  • Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings interior

    Bourne & Hollingsworth

    Green-fingered diners will love the leafy vibe at Bourne & Hollingsworth, a bright and airy dining room tucked away in Clerkenwell. From the dishes to the décor, everything here is waiting to be photographed. Interiors have a minimalist yet vibrant vibe, with whitewashed walls, antique furniture, tropical upholstery and foliage aplenty.

  • Restaurant Ours

    Restaurant Ours

    Everyone knows flower walls were designed for Instagram feeds, and Restaurant Ours is well-equipped on that front. But the most mesmerising space here is in fact the entrance: a catwalk-inspired, flower-bedecked, lit-up walkway which seems to stretch back for miles. Once inside, you’ll be met with ‘outside inside’ interiors, with fairy-lit trees, a living plant wall and tropical bathrooms.

  • Earth Hour at Brasserie of Light

    Brasserie of Light

    Selfridges’ all-day restaurant Brasserie of Light stays true to its name. Illuminated by glowing orbs, the centre-piece is a 24ft crystal-encrusted statue of Pegasus by Damien Hirst, which soars over diners with its colossal 30-ft-wings outstretched – Hirst’s largest piece of artwork in London to date. Another of Martin Brudnizki’s projects, the restaurant was created as the final part of the department store’s £300 million investment in its London flagship. It was one of the most talked about openings of 2018, and most likely one of the most photographed too.

  • Clos Maggiore

    Clos Maggiore

    With its canopy of blossoms, twinkling lights and cosy fireplace, it’s no surprise Clos Maggiore is often billed as the most romantic restaurant in London. Whether you’re sitting in the glass-roofed conservatory or the wood-panelled restaurant, you’ll struggle to resist getting some snaps for the gram.

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    Winter Garden at The Landmark London

    Stepping inside Marylebone hotel The Landmark London feels like entering a huge, luxurious greenhouse. An eight-storey glass-roofed atrium with towering palm trees and marble galore, the Winter Garden is designed to dazzle, with interiors a cross between glamorous Dubai and traditional Britain. Go for its award-winning afternoon tea, camera at the ready.

  • Dalloway Terrace

    Dalloway Terrace

    Named after Virginia Woolf’s famous character Mrs Dalloway, the balcony at the Bloomsbury Hotel’s Dalloway Terrace is picture-perfect. Covered and heated, it’s a popular spot year-round, with décor changing along with the seasons. The terrace is now available to book exclusively too, the perfect secluded outdoor space for small events and missed celebrations.

  • Coppa Club

    Coppa Club

    Whatever the season, us Londoners can’t seem to get enough of Coppa Club’s riverside igloos. They’re back this spring with a new look – think woven wicker chairs, bamboo lanterns and linen throws beneath suspended botanicals. Go on a clear night for optimum Insta-worthy snaps of the igloos in their prime, sparkling against the night sky with Tower Bridge as a backdrop.

  • Linnaean


    South London’s answer to Instagrammable restaurants is Linnaean: a health-focused café, apothecary and beauty salon named after Swedish naturalist Carl Linnaeus. Located in the heart of London’s Embassy Gardens, Linnaean is a beautiful space, with a very Instagram-friendly flower ceiling, hanging lights and pastel pink bar seats, alongside an equally pretty – and delicious – food offering. Afterwards, pop into the salon for a treatment for a long-awaited self-care day.


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