Pretty Pink Places to Eat at in London

Le pont de la Tour

Le Pont de la Tour is a luxurious riverside restaurant where guests can get snuggled up in the wonderful sheep furs while enjoying surreal views of Tower Bridge while accompanied by a winter warmer cocktail or two. The design invokes the traditional Parisian chic style of the 1930’s with excellent french cuisine.

A wonderfully romantic london gem!

 

Sketch

The wonderfully over the top Sketch is a magical playground for london scenesters and by far one of the most intriguing spaces in town!

Housing a tea room, lounge bar and two amazing restaurants, Sketch is a bright, bold collision of creative space where imagination has come alive.

The Bar is a playful area with white leather walls while the Parlour is a mix of colourful retro prints and red velvet. The Parlour is the perfect place for afternoon teas and decadent cakes. The amazing cocktails are beautifully executed and as intoxicating as the design.

If you haven’t already been it is a must – the crowd is just as glamorous as its surroundings!

 

Restaurant Ours

Restaurant Ours brings the outside in to create the unexpected, a whimsical world where fashion meets furniture hidden in the heart of Knightsbridge and Chelsea.

“Unpretentious, effortless and elegant with a nod to retro chic. A crafted modern European menu accompanied by seasonal cocktails. An iconic space in an iconic place.”

I strongly recommend a visit!

 

Peggy Porschen

Peggy Porschen Parlour in London’s Belgravia has been offering guests the chance to step through its beautiful fairytale pastel pink doors into a world of freshly baked delights for the past 7 years.

If you are looking for a bloggers paradise and a pretty perfect afternoon tea spot, Peggy, the award winning cake-designer and sugar craft artist creates edible works of art that will keep you coming back time and again for more!

 

German Gymnasium 

This pretty pink paradise in the heart if Kings’s Cross was the first purpose built gymnasium in London. The German Gymnasium is spread across two floors with vast roof terraces that are warmly heated in winterand serves Mittel-European inspired cuisine all day long.

The space is bizarre and extraordinary all at the same time!

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