56 "Corporate Cards" restaurants in London.
A slick Japanese restaurant in St James’s, Sake No Hana is perfect for impressive business meals and special occasion situations.
Hide is a huge, fancy, three-story fine dining restaurant in Mayfair, serving some truly excellent food morning to night.
Old, full of red velvet, and with a taste for custard, Rules is a high-priced, novelty-feeling British restaurant in Covent Garden.
Endo at the Rotunda is a 16-seater sushi restaurant in White City, providing one of the most unique and delicious experiences in London.
A luxury St James’s spot with plenty of velvet, Wild Honey serves great seasonal dishes at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
This spot inside the Harrods Dining Hall closes early, but the excellent Indian food means that you should go here.
Mere functions on absolute precision. It might not leave much room for laughs, but the food at this Fitzrovia spot is worth getting organised for.
Bob Bob Cité is a ridiculously over the top, luxury City brasserie where you’re set for great French food and a bloody good time.
The Guinea Grill is a tiny pub in Mayfair with an old school restaurant specialising in excellent steaks.
Cornerstone is a classy but casual seafood restaurant in Hackney Wick. It’s a place that’s worth shelling out for, if only once.
Imperial Treasure is a big, fancy Chinese restaurant in St James’s which lacks atmosphere, but serves some pretty great dim sum.
Gridiron By Como is a sophisticated steak restaurant in Mayfair that serves perfectly good meat and some seriously good sides.
At Hunan, a Chinese restaurant in Victoria, you don’t choose the menu - the menu chooses you. Their ‘trust me’ tasting menu is a classic.
Kerridge’s Bar and Grill near Embankment serves tarted up (and expensive) English classics, and nothing about it is hard to get on with.