Dating restaurants london

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On level 36, Darwin Brasserie offers seasonal British fare and of course, some of the best views in town.Sushi Samba Liverpool Street Offering a unique blend of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian cuisine, Sushi Samba have a passion for tri-cultural music and design, and its first international location is perched on the 38th and 39th floors of London’s Heron Tower.Here’s 5 spots for the pickiest of daters: Dans Le Noir, Farringdon The Instagram age has allowed us to let everyone see our fancy dinners, but what happens when we turn off the lights, put our phones away and are only left with our sense of smell and taste when we eat? It was featured in the film, About Time, which we just happen to share a name with.Head to Dans Le Noir; you’ll be served by blind waiters and eat in the dark. Gingerline, London Tubes The Gingerline combines food, themed art and just the right amount of spontaneity and wackiness to spice up any jaded Londoner’s life.Adopting a bistro-esque interior with leather booth seating and an open kitchen, the restaurant is flooded with natural light allowing for spectacular 40th-floor views over the City and beyond.

Set atop the iconic One New Change building, the venue is home to one of Europe’s largest open-air roof terraces.

Once you sign up on their website, it’s a waiting game to find out where you will be eating with all venues along the East London Overground (aka the gingerline).

Previous themes have been the navy, fairytales and the most recent, out of this world, Planet Gingerline.

Sample the tasting menu in the Lecture Room and Library for fantastical amuse bouche, artfully presented gourmet mains and a plethora of petit fours in the opulent surroundings of the lavishly decorated dining room, complete with a glass ceiling dome for a truly wonderful dining experience with a side of weird.

Food blogger, Masters student and aspiring journalist, Josie currently lives in Newcastle but is preparing for the big move to London come September.

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