Restaurants for dining alone in London
Stop in for a quick spicy bite at Bad Sports, where a counter runs along the length of the window, great for gazing and grazing whenever you're out east and flying solo.
The French are famously too cool to care, so dine in Casse-Croûte alone like you don't give Jean-Claude Van Damme.
Slurp down some solo noodles without a drop of shame at this hot ramen spot.
Venue says If you’re looking for authentic tonkotsu ramen, look no further than Kanada-Ya in Holborn.
Delicious dishes in Brixton, and if you really don't feel much like company select a seat facing the wall.
Find more peace and quiet in London
Do you like having to yell at your friends when you go out drinking together? Fine, it’s your shout. We like to cater for everybody, so we’ve put together a list of ten places where talking is easier – ideal for those quiet catch-ups or maybe even date night. Of course, any bar can get a bit noisy if there’s a large and rowdy crowd in. But these places are all top bets if you don’t want to run in a hoarse-race.
The inspiration for this Shepherd’s Bush ice-cream parlour comes from Iceland, with that Nordic nation’s vibes teamed with seasonal English...
Venue says At Bears, chef and owner Philip Harrison works to develop a special ice cream experience for every age.