The City's latest high rise restaurant looks pretty amazing, but having a top chef in the kitchen means there's more to Insta than just selfies of yourself and those views.
Along with having some of the best restaurants in the world, we think London's also blessed with some of the best high-rise dining options too. Here's a run-down of some of the best out there.
Taking over the old Saint George's Hotel by the BBC's Broadcasting House, on Langham Place is the American Treehouse hotel group and they've brought in the high-end Mexican restaurant group to open high-rise restaurant Madera at Treehouse London.
He already has a Michelin star in Bristol and now Peter Sanchez-Iglesias has arrived in London, with the flagship restaurant Decimo at the top of The Standard hotel in King's Cross. We went down to check it out.
We head up to the 14th floor of the Hoxton Southwark and fall hopelessly in love with this high rise seafood spot where the decor is pure Miami but the vibe is all London.
Taking over the seventh floor of The Straford, this high rise restaurant sees the former Head Chef of Chiltern Firehouse launch his solo vision in East London.
The former head chef of Chiltern Firehouse is moving up in the world, literally. He's opening this seventh-floor restaurant with sky garden in The Stratford in, yes, Stratford.
The newest Hoxton hotel is bringing with it a seafood restaurant with an impressive view across London. And they've brought in the people behind top Brooklyn restaurant Maison Premiere to run it.
With 14 savoury and 14 sweet sauces to choose from, this Highbury fast food spot hopes you'll keep coming back to work your way through them all.
The prolific D&D restaurant group (who own Blueprint Cafe, German Gymnasium, Quaglinos and more) are gearing up for their next opening. Fen will be near the top of a big new building on Fenchurch St.
Although they can occasionally be a bit hit and miss, at Hot Dinners we do love a bit of high-rise dining from time to time. So we look with interest at the new skyscraper that's coming London's way. In keeping with London's somewhat esoteric approach to high-rise, following the Shard, The Walkie Talkie,
The Bourne & Hollingsworth group are behind London's latest high rise opening. Garden Room at the Assembly Hotel promises amazing views over London with plants involved in the decor, food and even the cocktails.
The latest M restaurant and their menu of steak and grills is coming to the new Newfoundland tower in Canary Wharf.
It’s all change at the top of the Gherkin as Searcys revamp the food and drink offering with a new restaurant, Helix, and a new bar, Iris (with a space open to the public for the first time).
London has no shortage of restaurants with decent views but once you've eaten at London in the Sky everything else must pale by comparison. After all, what bricks and mortar restaurant can compare to being winched 100ft up in the air so you can dine suspended over the city?
For the past four years this restaurant has been popping up all over London and for 2018 it's trebling in size and putting on an impressive roster of
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