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Christopher's - Originally opened in 1991 in the heart of Covent Garden, Christopher’s has established itself as one of London’s prime American restaurants. Comprising of three newly refurbished spaces (re-opened in May 2013) that recall the heady-glamour of the Modern American era, Christopher’s brings you a Martini Bar on the ground floor, an elegant Dining Room on the first floor and a secluded Club Room on the lower ground floor for private events.

Romulo Cafe - Nestled in a quiet corner of Kensington High Street, Romulo Café London is the perfect spot to savour the very best of Philippine-inspired cuisine in London. Having transformed an elegant Georgian town house in the spirit of a comfortable Filipino home, the restaurant offers four discrete dining areas: the General’s Bar, the Ambassador’s Lounge, the Diplomat’s Dining Room, and a space for private dining or parties in the CPR Library.

One Canada Square is located in the ground floor lobby of No.1 Canada Square, the iconic office tower at the centre of Canary Wharf. One Canada Square is a modern European restaurant and cocktail bar. Featuring a 30-cover bar, 60-cover dining room, and 30 cover Mezzanine bar. @OneCanadaSquare

Plateau Restaurant Canada Place - Plateau sits atop Canada Place opposite One Canada Square tower in Canary Wharf and offers a view like no other in London, more reminiscent of the great cityscapes of New York and Tokyo. Opt for the elegant main restaurant or more informal grill. Try the latest season cocktails in the bar, or relax on one of the two outdoor terraces.

Lutyens - Quintessentially Conran in design, the restaurant is reminiscent of a dining room on board an art deco cruise liner, or perhaps a modern version of the much-loved classic Parisian brasserie.The extensive à la carte menu focuses on modern European, highly-seasonal food, with a subtle Nordic influence (courtesy of the Swedish chef). The generous menu options are complemented by one of the best wine lists in the City

With an interior evoking the glamour of the 1930s, Michelin-starred Galvin at Windows restaurant and bar has become one of the most talked about destinations since opening in May 2006. Situated on the 28th floor of the London Hilton on Park Lane, in the heart of Mayfair, it is renowned for its stunning views over the capital, including some of the most iconic sites:Canary Wharf, to the London Eye, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and Wembley Stadium @GalvinatWindows

L'Anima Cafe - The café has the same soul as L’Anima in a less formal environment, offering honest food with its soul in Southern Italy. The space includes a vibrant bar with all day dining, suitable for afternoon coffees or after-work drinks, a casual restaurant and a retail Deli for ready to go meals and exclusive Italian produce.

Crockers Folly - the opening of the new Crocker’s Folly has given locals and visitors alike the chance to enjoy the renaissance of one of the capital’s most striking examples of Victorian design. Crocker’s Folly restaurant and bar, in St John’s Wood London, is a gorgeous grade ii* listed former victorian gin palace complete with a breathtaking saloon bar where some amazing cocktails are served nightly.

Heirloom - is a modern British restaurant in the heart of London’s Crouch End. Growing their own vegetables on Hazeldene Farm Buckinghamshire they bring seasonal cooking in the true sense. Specialising in rare-bread meats and endangered varieties of heritage vegetables the menus are created around what they pick on a daily basis.

In the heart of Queensbury, you will receive a fantastic welcome at The Regency Club, one of the foremost Bar and Grills in London. The Regency has been around for 20 years, not only building a faithful fan base but also attracting new devotees with its fusion of cultures and food influences from around the world. @RegencyClubUK