10 hidden Restaurants and Bars in London that are a must this summer

Discover 10 hidden restaurants and bars in London
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Petersham Nurseries

From the 4th of July the general situation in England will start to slowly come back to normality.

There's nothing more excitating than the idea of going out again and we bet you have already planned all the restaurants and bars to visit with your friends; but if you want to step up your game and spend some time in crazy places you probably never been to, here a list of 10 secrets bars and restaurant that you should undoubtedly try.


This Cocktail bar 1940s-themed is located in Soho, London. Set inside an abandoned train station (Kingly Court Station) and made up of three spaces (The Underground, Ticket Hall and Control Room), this bar allows you to step back in time and enjoy a night out in perfect 40s’ style.

With their balanced drinks (the menu is printed on a classic Berlin-style newspaper), swing music and an impeccable service, this little time travel will leave you with an eustatic memory.

Petersham Nurseries

Petersham Nurseries is a greenhouse turned into a bar and a tea room, located in Richmond Upon Tames. Opened only during the day so that light reflecting in the rooms creates a surrealistic beautiful atmosphere that makes you feel like you’re in the countryside; a sweet escape from the chaos of the city

It has reacently opened a new spot in Coven Garden

Saint Aymes café

If you ever dreamed of living in a world that is made off pink, roses and magic, this is the place for you!

This gorgeous little spot in London is covered in roses and it’s crazy to think that it used to be a dry cleaners. Give yourself some rest, tasting their delicious cakes and cupcakes and why not, take colorful photos for your Instagram


Attendant is certainly something you don’t see every day.

Located 5 minute’s walk from Oxford Street, this coffee and bruch caffes used to be a Victorian toilet, but don’t worry, the original Doulton & Co porcelain urinals have now become an inspired line with green seating to match the original Victorian floor tiles.

Patty & Bun Burgers

This has to be the best burger in London.

 A small red spot in Godge Street (but there are more around the city) that will directly take you to Food-Heaven. If photos of the burgers dripping with sause don’t convince you (but HOW?) just take a look at the merchandise: their hoodies and T-shirts are the perfect combo for your off duty outfits

Pergola Paddington

As their slogan says “Feet on the ground, Head on the clouds”

This beautiful location in 5 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central, is for those who want to enjoy London’s rooftop in a setting of good food, good music, good company and flowers.

Is there anywhere else you would like to be to see the sun set on your favorite city?

Bar Elba and the rooftop Cinema

Too many things were missed during this lockdown and certainly going to the cinema is one of them.

See your favorite movies on the big screen is always a good way to relax. But what if while you’re watching the movie, you’re also sipping a juicy drink? Have you already make the decision to book a table at Bar Elba? Their first-ever rooftop cinema, bringing open air movie nights to the heart of Waterloo, seems the right answer to all your problems

Brasserie Zedel

Now this is a serious insider tip for gourmets and advocates of eating good food without ending broke.  A few steps from Piccadilly Circus (generally snubbed by Londoners cause a bit too touristy) there’s this brasserie that will delight your palate with traditional French’s food (you can also show off your skills by directly order in French!)

Live music and a fancy bar will accompanied the evening.

Did we mention that is one of the cheapest restaurant in the area?

Fulham bakery Jack & Beyond

A warm thank you during this quarantine goes to the parks that help us take long walks, breathe fresh air and enjoy some outside time. Fulham bakery Jack & Beyond is taking this park-obsession to the next level. How? With their new boozy picnic pack.

Enjoy the delicious cakes, a main dish and a bottle of prosecco (or wine) while sunbathing in Hyde Park , or St. James’s Park or your garden; it doesn’t matter where you are when you have this picnic pack.


Are you missing the mountains? This summer is all about remaning in the city? Don’t worry, we’re here to save you.

Alpes is the après sky you dream about during you working week. Forget about your problems, wrapped in the cozy blankets outside the restaurant dive into the skis’ world.

There’s just one rule: try the astonishing fondue savoyarde

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