170 "Outdoor Seating" restaurants in London.
Dim Sum & Duck makes second-to-none handmade dumplings, glistening roasted meats, and will become your new go-to from your very first bite.
A Philadelphia-inspired Fitzrovia dive bar serving real-deal philly cheesesteaks, wings, and draft beers.
Cue Point is a British Afghan catering company who have popped up at The Chiswick Pavilion and are making some excellent smoked meats.
Yi-Ban is a big, round table, lazy susan kind of Cantonese restaurant serving solid dim sum with a delightful view of London City Airport.
Dory’s is a walk-in only seafood bar making superb small plates and with a great English-leaning wine list.
A sophisticated Italian spot in Fitzrovia, Cin Cin is perfect for aperitivos, al fresco dining, and epiphany-worthy al dente pasta.
Molly’s Café is an easy all-day spot in Hoxton serving comfort food in a comforting environment.
The sister restaurant of Padella, their Shoreditch spot serves the same excellent affordable pasta with the added benefit of bookings.
Tofu Vegan is a big and bustling Chinese vegan restaurant on Upper Street making excellent homemade tofu alongside mock meats, dim sum, and more.
Norman’s is new old school caff between Archway and Kentish Town. Come for the excellent fry ups and butties and stay for wine and small plates.
Sushinoen is a casual Japanese diner serving accessibly-priced good sushi, and a range of other Japanese dishes.
A warm, buzzing brasserie, the food at Balthazar can be hit or miss, but it’s perfect for a touch of old school charm in Covent Garden.
The Battersea location of this London seafood mini-chain has great riverside views as well as their fantastic oysters, lobster, and bubbles.
A Mediterranean small plates spot housed in a massive ex-Victorian power station, The Light Bar is perfect for date night and big group hangs.