This award-winning Scottish resto's outside space evinces a (let's face it, pretty smart) northerly mistrust of Brit weather, what with its awning, heaters, and tartan blankets, but you can trust in by-request-only, caviar-butter-sauce'd fillets of Dover sole & Scot langoustine tails, uniting the finest swimmers from the two nations, somehow without deep-frying them!?
This is the original Mr Chow, which also opened on Valentine's Day in 1968. If that isn't enough of a reason for you to head there on a romantic quest with back pocket-knowledge to impress your date, then let their noodles be the culprit. They're deliciously filling, and must be washed down with a serious chow-tail.
Luna Rossa pizza is like diving head first into a delicious plate of fluffy, heavenly clouds (the clouds are made out of mozz, duh). Now that you have that image in your head, make your way over to their 'za slinging abode and get comfy with some delectable wines.
Just soft-opened, the second incarnation of the Borough market fresh fish house encompasses a ground floor open kitchen with casual high-table seating, plus a more traditional white linen, leather-seated affair upstairs. Coming direct from Cornish day boa
If you're not good with heights, you might want to request a table away from the windows. This classy establishment offers an incredible view of London, 40 stories above the ground in the Heron Tower. And regardless of when your hunger pangs pop up, Duck & Waffle has you covered 24/7.