Gen Z Date Night Restaurants In London
Got a big date night coming up? If you really want to woo your partner then you should probably consider taking them out for dinner. Yes, mini golf and the cinema might be fun but if you’re looking to up the game then there really is no better way to turn on the romance than by wining and dining your loved one. Restaurants are popular date-night locations for a reason. So here’s our top Gen Z Date Night Restaurants In London!
Gen Z Date Location 1: Sachi At Pantechnicon
Sachi has only recently opened but is a hit when celebrating Japanese food, culture and craft. The food is inspired by regional Japanese cooking and is cooked with local ingredients from across London. The shellfish is prepared by chefs at the sushi counter, British meat cooked over coals and the organic Japanese greens grown in Sussex. The restaurant itself has romantic vibes with dimmed lighting and candles, making it ideal for a romantic evening. It also has sharing plates for couples. The price is at the higher end, but totally worth it.
Gen Z Date Location 2: The Parlour
The Parlour is an all new intimate jazz and cabaret bar promising gorgeous cocktails, fantastic food and top-tier live entertainment over dinner. It is one of the most stylish rooms in the city. It has a super-sultry atmosphere and has multiple live music acts. Your date will be blown away by just how much you’ve pulled out all the stops, especially if you can squeeze in the very impressive baked Alaska at the end. Overall it’s good for an evening of entertainment as well as first class treatment and isn’t as expensive as competitors.
Gen Z Date Location 3: Brasserie Of Light
Interestingly this date location is inside of department store Selfridges, however this is a million miles away from your usual department store restaurant and has become a destination in its own right since opening a couple of years ago. It’s owned by the same people as The Ivy and Sexy Fish.
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