Cool restaurants in Central London

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Wael Makki | Date posted - 28 Nov 2018
What’s new? What’s hot? What’s going to be the next hit in London city? With so much on offer, it can be difficult to wean out the good restaurants from the not so good, Like always, ResDiary has got your back. We’ve listed five cool restaurants in Central London, expect trendy, stylish and chilled-out.

Mac and Wild

Get a real taste of the Scottish Highlands at Mac and Wild. This cosy and rustic restaurant is located on Great Titchfield Street, just a short walk from London’s Oxford Street. They serve the very best Scottish produce, including Mac and Wild’s award-winning Veni-Moo burger. Expect rib eye steaks, haggis, dirty buttery mash, Venison scotch eggs, seafood, and a LOT of whisky, gin, beer, and cocktails. Group bookings are welcome, so come along with all your friends and enjoy a truly authentic Scottish experience!


Fenchurch is one of the hottest tables in town and surely one of the coolest restaurants in Central London. Located on the 37th floor, this rooftop restaurant serves a contemporary British menu alongside breathtaking west-facing views of the capital. Come for a fabulous dinner, or enjoy the view with one of their lip-smacking cocktails or a glass of their fine selection of worldwide wines. This spot will certainly not fail to please your high expectations!


Located a stone’s throw away from the River Thames in the neo-Gothic Minister building, is Brewdog, a pub that’ll satisfy all your cravings. They serve a range of burgers and hot dogs alongside a snack & pizza menu with vegetarian and vegan options as well as a world-class selection of craft beers from around the globe. In case you need to take the party somewhere else, BrewPub also has three huge deli fridges with beer to go. How’s that for cool restaurant?

Darwin Brasserie

Darwin is the capital’s highest rooftop brasserie and surely one of our top picks for a cool restaurant in London. It’s located on the 36th of the same tower as Fenchurch, and it’s the perfect spot if you want to enjoy modern European cuisine with a breathtaking view of the whole city. Expect lamb tagine, smoked haddock fishcake, pheasant breast, seared sea bass and more, Darwin is the place to be seen in town.

Lina Stores

To all the carb lovers out there, nobody does pasta like Lina Stores. From spaghetti alla chitarra, pappardelle con ragù, agnolotti verdi, and many more, you’ll get to taste London’s freshest homemade pasta. Topping off your meal with a dessert is a must here. We personally loved the amarena cherry and almond tart. Wash it all down with one of their delicious wines, and you’re in for a fabulous experience in one of the coolest restaurants in London.
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