Best restaurants in London to propose

Pop the question at one of these gorgeous London restaurants…

Galvin at Windows 

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Perched atop the London Hilton on Park Lane, this Michelin-starred restaurant affords 360-degree views of never-ending cityscape.

The interior is evocative of 1930s glamour, while the seasonally-inspired menus are based around modern French haute cuisine.

Designed to impress even the fussiest of diners, couples can choose from a seven-course taster menu which can be paired with wines or a three-course menu. Will you propose while devouring the seared Scottish scallops or the spiced apple and milk chocolate souffle?

OXO Tower Restaurant 

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Ramp up the romance with a meal at the top of this cool London landmark.

The perfect spot to put a ring on the finger of your other half, this rooftop restaurant boasts fabulous views across the Thames to Charing Cross and the City of London.

Expect modern British fare with a twist as well as an extensive menu for vegetarians and vegans.

If you’ve got reason to celebrate, there are more than 800 wines to choose from. For pudding, plump for the signature chocolate plate if you want your partner to agree to marry you.

Clos Maggiore 

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Oft-hailed London’s most romantic restaurant, this Covent Garden eatery has drawn in a multitude of celebrity couples, namely Prince Harry and his former beau Chelsea.

Serving up traditional French fare, the best place to propose is in the blossom-covered conservatory which is softly lit by twinkling fairy lights and candles. The conservatory even has a retractable glass roof which is wonderful in the balmy summer months.

Foodie highlights include the duck foie gras for starter and the oven roasted sea bass for main. Book well in advance to secure a table at this popular restaurant.



Woo your beloved at this lofty restaurant and bar, which is situated high above the city on the 39th floor of the Heron Tower.

Whisk your loved-one to this stylish rooftop venue via a panoramic glass elevator, perfect for pre-dinner smooching. Featuring the highest outdoor dining terrace in Europe, this venue has wonderful views of the city.

If you tire of gazing into each other’s eyes, you can look in awe at the neighbouring Gherkin, as well as the River Thames and St Paul’s Cathedral. Blending Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine and music, this funky venue has a fabulous tree sculpture and is adorned with street art.



If it’s wow factor you’re after, get down on one knee at this arty dining destination.

Set within a grade II listed townhouse, the design of this cavernous venue is outrageously over-the-top. Choose whether to eat at the Michelin-starred Lecture Room or at the Gallery brasserie, which was given a recent facelift by Turner Prize-winning artist David Shringley. Walls are splashed with 239 of Shringley’s comical drawings and comfy chairs are a frothy pink.

The brainchild of French master chef Pierre Gagnaire and restauranteur Mazouz, the yummy food and quirky décor will guarantee that this is a night to remember.

Don’t leave without taking a trip to Sketch’s egg-shaped, space age-style toilet cubicles! 









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