London’s diverse and dynamic dining scene has ensured that the city has a global reputation as a culinary destination.
On Regent Street, hidden in the surrounding streets, and tucked across St James’s, there are a wealth of delights for visitors to explore.
Our central London destinations are home to some of the best known dining and entertainment in the city.
A pedestrianised side street, home to al fresco bars and cafes, and some of the city's most exciting new dining experiences. Sabor and Magpie are just two of the delicious attractions on offer.
St James's Market
Our newest retail, dining and office development has already gained a reputation as the new foodie destination, with Michelin-starred Aquavit, West African Ikoyi and the renowned Duck & Waffle.
Dan Doherty, chef director, Duck & Waffle Local says “To me, St James’s is changing quite a lot, and St James’s Market has certainly propelled this. The variety of incredible restuarants just goes to show how the area is evolving.”
Jermyn Street. One of London's most historic streets, it is also home to some of its most famous restaurants. Wiltons, located on the street since 1742, and Franco’s, which has been serving the community of St James’s for over 60 years, sit alongside exciting new restaurants such as Angela Harnett's Cafe Murano.