165 "Outdoor Seating" restaurants in London.
Tofu Vegan is a big and bustling Chinese vegan restaurant on Upper Street making excellent homemade tofu alongside mock meats, dim sum, and more.
Norman’s is new old school caff between Archway and Kentish Town. Come for the excellent fry ups and butties and stay for wine and small plates.
Sushinoen is a casual Japanese diner serving accessibly-priced good sushi, and a range of other Japanese dishes.
A warm, buzzing brasserie, the food at Balthazar can be hit or miss, but it’s perfect for a touch of old school charm in Covent Garden.
The Battersea location of this London seafood mini-chain has great riverside views as well as their fantastic oysters, lobster, and bubbles.
A Mediterranean small plates spot housed in a massive ex-Victorian power station, The Light Bar is perfect for date night and big group hangs.
Smokey Kudu is a low-lit and gold-detailed South African-influenced cocktail bar that’s part of the Kudu restaurant and bar mini Peckham empire.
Peckham Riviera might not have a coastline in sight, but this casual bar makes up for it in cocktails, live sports, and big group hang energy.
Tavolino has big booths, a massive terrace overlooking Tower Bridge, and a cacio e pepe you definitely want to eat. What more could you need?
The Walrus is a Brighton pub that has a classic downstairs boozer, a sophisticated dining room, and a huge roof garden all rolled into one.
Falafel Hut is a little falafel shop in Shepherd’s Bush Market making messy, delicious, aubergine-packed falafel pittas for under a fiver.
If you like cute back gardens, smoky cocktails, and a casual chef’s choice menu, you’ll like Brother Marcus in Balham.
Looking for great pizza and casual cocktails in Balham? Love Triangle has got you covered.
A Nepalese restaurant in Balham that’s loved by locals. Head here for tasty, aromatic meat and seafood dishes.
High Water is a straightforward, always-reliable back-pocket cocktail bar in Dalston that suits pretty much any occasion.