5 stylish restaurants to know if you’re spending NYE in London

With the arrival of the proverbial chill that comes along with winter, and the increasing frequency of classic Christmas tunes on the radio; Londoners prepare for the most joyful, and stressful, time of year — the holiday season.

 We all know the very specific anxiety that comes with the weighty responsibility of booking a restaurant for your NYE dinner. Regardless if you are booking a restaurant for your friends, family members, or even your old high school mates you haven’t seen in over a decade; one cannot escape the pressure to get it right. After all, it’s not every year you get to ring in a new decade. So, if you are the one tasked with the weighty responsibility of booking the venue for dinner, then we’ve got you covered. We’ve rounded up some of London’s most best NYE parties, so you don’t have to.

Cora Pearl

There’s champagne a plenty at Cora Pearl’s five course Parisian cum British New Year’s Eve Party. This lovely gem in Covent Garden was inspired by a Parisian courtesan and offers a fantastic whisky-cured salmon, and Cow curd agnolotti to ring in the new year.



Norma is a little Slice of Sicily right in Charlotte Street. Here you can enjoy its incredible seafood menu. We recommend the truffle-stuffed whole pumpkin and the pork chops in marsala sauce.



A truffle feast, fireworks, and a magic show – what more do you need for the perfect NYE dinner? Not to mention – some pretty epic views of the Thames.


The Goring

This classic Belgravia spot – is perfect for a more private NYE affair. The specially crafted 6 course NYE menu is perfect if you and your significant other are pushing the boat out to welcome the new decade.



Margot’s one-night-only NYE menu includes Scallop Carpaccio, Lobster-stuffed ravioli, and some roast beef. Need we say more?


Hannah Lynn Tan

Hannah has been working in the fashion industry for over five years. A mainstay at London Fashion Week, Hannah not only has heaps of insider fashion knowledge, but a genuine understanding of the essentials of style

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