London Restaurant Festival set to celebrate the diversity of London’s exceptional restaurants

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OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations, partners with London Restaurant Festival to celebrate the diversity of London’s exceptional restaurants, with citywide experiences and exclusive Festival Menus across the capital.

From October 1st to the 31st 2019, the OpenTable Festival Menus will showcase a number of bespoke menu offers for diners to enjoy, which this year is championing unique new themes to highlight the standout elements of London’s diverse dining scene.

The six themes explore London’s long-standing establishments with ‘London Legends’, stunning aesthetics and décor with ‘Amazing Spaces’, and ‘Talk of the Town’, which showcases the hottest openings and rising stars of the capital’s ever-changing food scene.

The ‘Avant Garde’ theme highlights cutting-edge cuisine whilst ‘Flights and Pairings’ will upgrade food experiences with drinks pairings. Finally, ‘London with a View’ speaks for itself, allowing diners to savour restaurants with first class food and views. To view all London Restaurant Festival, Festival Menus visit www.opentable.co.uk/london-restaurant-festival/.

12 of The Best

Restaurant Offers to Enjoy in October

Amazing Spaces

The Cinnamon Club

St James’ finest Indian restaurant is like no other, the grade II listed building previously stood as Old Westminster Library and continues to maintain the glorious grandeur of its past. To celebrate London Restaurant Festival, indulge in four of their delicious courses for £65.

Kurobuta Chelsea

Inspired by izakayas, the pubs of Japan, tapas-style Asian cuisine is served in a fun casual setting, perfect for an after-office meal. Throughout October, enjoy a six-plate sharing menu for £29pp, including a complimentary glass of sake and BBQ pork belly bao buns.

Avant Garde

Club Gascon

Seeking quality, flavour and creativity in your cuisine? Head to Club Gascon to enjoy French food in the form of a five-course seasonal menu, plus five glasses of wine perfectly paired with each dish for £130.

Marcus

Marcus in Knightsbridge offers modern British cuisine with European influence. Try three courses from their set menu and a glass of fizz for just £50 in their contemporary dining room.

Flights and Pairing

Gaucho Piccadilly

Best known for their selection of the finest Argentinian steaks, Gaucho brings the flavours of Latin America to London Restaurant Festival with three courses and a glass of Domaine Chandon Brut for just £28.

Zafferano Restaurant

For wholesome Italian dining, Zafferano is the place to be. Offering classic Italian dishes in an elegant setting, visit soon to make the most of four courses for £72 or £109 for pairing wines with each dish.

London with a View

Helix at the Gherkin

An unmissable part of the capital’s skyline and one of London’s finest landmarks, Helix restaurant within the Gherkin is offering a selection of deals including three courses for £45, two lunch courses for £35 and three lunch courses for £42.

OXO Tower Restaurant

Home to both a buzzy brasserie and modern bar, the OXO Tower has become a hot spot for lunch, brunch and afternoon tea. Diners will be offered three courses and a glass of Champagne for £39.

London Legends

Hawksmoor Spitalfields

The award-winning group focusing on ethically reared British beef will be offering two courses and a choice of three cocktails for £30 to celebrate London Restaurant Week in October.

Roganic

Pop-up turned standalone restaurant, Marylebone’s Roganic with be offering their tasting menu, including the likes of sweetcorn tart and truffle pudding, alongside a glass of sparkling wine for £85.

Talk of the Town

Indian Accent

Awarded ‘India’s Best Restaurant’ by Time magazine, Indian Accent’s London outpost is a great spot to enjoy traditional Indian dishes with a progressive twist. Try their three courses for £55 or four courses for £65.

Palatino

Named after its Roman origins, Palatino will be offering diners two courses and a ‘Palatino spritz’ or glass of prosecco for £40.

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