For those seeking a breather from living life in the fast lane of urban London, there are many eateries and pubs spread across the hinterland of London that offers a refreshing escape. These are ideal getaways that provide the much-needed space and environment that helps to relax and unwind. At the same time, you enjoy the culinary delights of an assortment of foods and drinks to your liking. The laid-back eateries are must go places for enjoying a carefree life that liberates you from the humdrum of jet-set lifestyle. To pick the place of your choice without spending time, just go through the article that provides a few names of Greater London restaurants for casual dining.
If you are looking for the perfect place to meet, drink and dine then look no further beyond Burdock, which is the ideal place for you. The restaurant is located in Finsbury Square on the ground floor of the Montcalm Royal London House and offers a menu that changes with seasons. The industrial-like decor of the interiors blends well with modern furniture that gives the place a trendy and sophisticated look that creates a comfortable space for dining, chatting and drinking. There is an extensive offering of food from breakfast to lunch that stretches to cocktails. You can even have meetings, and creative work in spaces allotted for all day and also spend time after work to enjoy drinks post work.
Located in Wandsworth, South London, L’Affaire offers a nicely balanced menu of delicious food with drinks and has become a sought-after venue for foodies in search of comfort and relaxation. The homely food from cuts of meat and seasonal ingredients is just too attractive and the cocktails and wines together with their home brewed lager Bohemia makes the treat most heartening. In a bid to allow more freedom to guests, there is the pleasant beer garden for revellers to soak in nature while spending time in the way they want with food and drinks.
Eating in restaurants is also about mixing with people and socialising, for which The Exhibit is the perfect venue. The restaurant at Balham, which is an all day eating and drinking hub offers ample scope of eating and drinking together with opportunities for socialising. The restaurant houses a cosy space for cinema for those interested to check out the gala offering Dinner and a movies night just at £20 per person that includes a large plate from the menu. The place is ideal for casual dining that brings much refreshment for the mind too as the events keep changing and flexible spaces are available for hire.
Located in the picturesque village of Highgate, The Gatehouse is a Spanish restaurant that reopened in 2016. With a focus on quality and fresh food sourced from the best suppliers and producers head chef Chris Payne ensures that the Spanish taste manifests in the menu. The range of local and continental craft beer and wine has something to offer for everyone.
Author bio: Mike Campbell is a chef who also loves to discover new restaurants. He keeps exploring restaurants across the length and breadth of London. Experimenting with new recipes is what Mike loves most.