Where to dine this Christmas…

Christmas is upon us, clients need to be kept impressed. It’s always a struggle to find somewhere, cool, new and fresh to keep people happy so the girls at Attic have put together a list of their favourite restaurants which will hopefully assist you in booking some Christmas lunches and dinners.

Mayfair

Park Chinois – A simply beautiful interior, elegant and very opulent, brilliant for a dim sum lunch or a more of a feed. ££££
The Wolseley – A classic, where are you going wrong, its’ beauty and simplicity is just the place to impress your guest. £££
Isabel’s – A sexy and exclusive Argentinian, the food is spectacular, so are the people. ££££
Magpie – A big, buzzy room that’s more Shoreditch than Mayfair with beautifully presented food. ££
Xu – The flavours of Taiwan, from teas to full meals, served in a wood panelled take on 1930s Taipei. ££

City

Malibu Kitchen at The Ned – Californian food in the City with a healthy menu. ££
Yauatcha – Top-of-the-range, contemporary Chinese dining. £££
The Merchants Tavern – Trendy and fun vibes, with a smart restaurant at the back. ££

Fitzrovia / Soho

The Palomar – Modern fare from Jerusalem meets a variety of international influences, sharing food. ££
Temper – Open kitchen for tacos, mezcal & barbecued meats of all sorts. ££
Kricket – Fun and relaxed for small plates & cocktails that blend British ingredients & Mumbai-inspired flavours. ££
Berners Tavern – Incredible interiors and lovely classic dishes. £££

Chelsea

Dinings – Japanese, tiny restaurant but simply delicious. £££
Hunan – A classic Chinese, food very impressive, it’s a long lunch with the tasting menu. ££
River Café – Famous, clean and easy eating with good style. ££

HAPPY EATING..

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