43 "Outdoor/Patio Situation" restaurants in London.
Theo’s is Camberwell’s go-to for top quality pizza, as well as sandwiches, cocktails, and everything you need in a restaurant.
Peckham Bazaar is a laid back restaurant in Peckham serving Mediterranean small plates. You’ll want to spend a lot of time here.
Ciao Bella in Bloomsbury is an old school Italian restaurant where the spaghetti doesn’t matter as much as the story you’re listening to.
The Compton Arms is a little pub in Islington serving some tasty small plates and one of the best burgers in town.
Emilia is part grown-up restaurant, part wine bar, and serves a whole lot of excellent pasta.
The Coach is a beautifully renovated pub near Farringdon. It’s a great place for a drink, but the French bistro food is fairly average.
Parrillan is an outdoor King’s Cross grill-it-yourself restaurant that turns DIY into a big old FU.
Lost Boys in Camden is the kind of casual pizza joint that makes you think you can get on board with a vampire themed menu afterall.
Good Neighbour is a Camberwell wine bar that serves small plates, and has big date potential.
Odette’s is a slightly prim and proper restaurant next to Primrose Hill serving up refined takes on British and European classics.
Towpath Café is a seasonal café on the Regent’s Canal that has a strong case for being one of London’s most dopamine-inducing spots.
Newcomer Wines is an excellent wine shop and surprisingly spacious bar in Dalston, with a kind of secret back patio.
Phat Phuc is a casual and affordable pan-Asian noodle bar in Chelsea, doing everything from laksa to pho.