Smitten by the liking of eating in those fancy, high rise restaurants, but confused which one to choose to have a perfect dining? Don’t worry at all – CheapFareGuru has it all sorted for you. We’ve done the ground legwork and listed top 10 high rise dining restaurants in London that offer delicious food amidst spectacular views.
Situated at the 52nd floor, this hotel bar is the highest in Western Europe and offers dramatic backdrop of London’s skyline. Their menu includes an exclusive food range and carefully selected wines, champagnes, and cocktails inspired by society’s ingenious inventions/innovations; do try their Chopper 52 and Look No Hands.
Duck & Waffle
Located at the 40th floor of the Heron Tower, this skyscraper restaurant’s fare is a joyful take on the traditional British food. It is the highest 24-hour restaurant in London and offers high-energy, wham-bam food combinations. A must try is their Crispy Confit Duck served on a waffle, topped with a fried duck egg; and Spicy ox Cheek Doughnut.
This place will tingle your heart and soul by its scrumptious dishes inspired by the perfect blend of Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian culture. A tri-cultural menu offers traditional dishes but also a lot of innovative ones including Sawagani, Tuna Tataki, and Anticuchos. The main highlight apart from the splendid food and drinks is the glass elevator ride to the restaurant and the outstanding outdoor terrace sitting.
Enjoy complete serenity and the 360-degree uninterrupted views across London here. This place has redefined dining experience by their sensational food, premium drinks, and the breathtaking views from the very top of the Sky Garden. The menu is contemporary but excellent in taste and presentation; do eat their oysters and share a plate of seafood platters, fish dishes or caviar.
Darwin is another amazing high-rise dining option at the Sky Garden, overlooking the Thames. A vibrant, all-day brasserie, Darwin is inspired by the exclusive British culture and features sophisticated décor and fabulous food. To start with, do order the classic Prawn Cocktail, and Roasted Cheltenham Beetroot. The Darwin Beef Burger is supremely tasty and Roasted Seabass is one you cannot miss.
A signature restaurant and lounge on the 35th level, Ting serves dishes inspired by the Asian and British culture. It offers 360 unsurpassed and iconic city views. Do eat their Duck Liver Ballotine and the Line Caught Stone Bass. They also offer spring afternoon teas which we highly recommend you to try.
An award-winning, north Chinese cuisine restaurant offers breathtaking views of the Shard from the 33rd level. Highlights of the menu include a variety of dim sums, prawns, as well as soft-shell crab served in a bowl of Sichuan chilies.
Another one at the Shard, this sophisticated place offers varied experiences in a single place with different menus – west (grill and open kitchen), east (relaxed bar and dining) – and the backdrop of London’s skyline. Please try their Cornish Crab, Marinated Fennel & Red Pepper Relish, it is pure love.
Located on the 31st floor of the Shard, this contemporary British restaurant and bar is a blissful dining experience amidst panoramic views. For starters have the Hereford Beef Tartare, followed by Pan Roasted Seabass, and Stuffed Globe Artichoke.
Galvin at Windows
Positioned on the 28th floor in Hilton on Park Lane, this restaurant serves exclusive French fare along with flourishing views over Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, and more. The dishes are seasonally inspired including Cured trout, sauce Escoffier, burnt leek oil & pickles; and Lamb shoulder ‘Navarin’, ratatouille & black olive crumble.
If you are planning your next trip to London, don’t forget to savor all these delicious dishes. Book your flight tickets and have a memorable trip to London.