Late Night Dining in London

 
 

Perfect for post theatre dining or after a night out exploring London, these London restaurants offer delicious late night dining.

 

Ideal for a post-theatre meal, guests at The Milestone Hotel & Residences will be spoilt for choice with the late-night dining options in London. The city is well-known for its vibrant nightlife and, as a result, there are plenty of restaurants that stay open late to cater for revellers. What’s more, The Milestone Hotel also offers its own special Midnight Feast service, meaning guests can dine in style around the clock.

Late Night Dining London

Midnight Feast at The Milestone Hotel

The perfect option for those who’ve been watching an evening show at the Royal Albert Hall, The Milestone Hotel offers its guests a very special Midnight Feast. Simply place your order in advance and this utterly delicious assortment will arrive at your room at whatever time of the night you wish. The extravagant spread is delivered in a chic wicker hamper and includes pâtés, breads, salad, cheeses, chutneys and crackers as well as Mrs Tollman’s sesame chicken and a selection of charcuterie, including smoked salmon. There’s cheesecake and fruit for dessert and also a bottle of Champagne. Moreover, the hamper can be tailored to suit a guest’s preferences.

Park Chinois

Spend an evening in 1930s Shanghai courtesy of Mayfair’s Park Chinois restaurant. For late-night dining and entertainment, head to the restaurant’s Club Chinois where a dazzlingly opulent setting is combined with an authentic Chinese menu, wickedly good cocktails and fabulous live music and theatre. Feast on delectable Dim Sum alongside braised Chilean Wagyu beef short ribs with black bean sauce and Park Chinois’ signature roasted-to-order Duck de Chine. 

Sketch

Combining glitz and glamour with a late-night opening from Monday to Saturday, Sketch is an ideal destination for ravenous night owls. Positioned in the heart of London’s West End, the restaurant is open until 2am, six nights a week. London’s late-night diners can tuck into elegant continental cuisine such as veal Milanese, sole meunière and whole-smoked Challans duck while admiring the famous blush pink interior, decorated with works by renowned British artist David Shrigley. 

Late Night Dining London

 Duck and Waffle

Hailed as the capital’s highest restaurant, the much loved Duck and Waffle on the 40th floor of 110 Bishopsgate, aka Heron Tower, also happens to be open for 24 hours, seven days a week. The London stalwart offers late-night dining, served daily from 11.30pm-5am, along with jaw-dropping views across the city’s skyline. Feast on the signature Duck and Waffle which combines crisp duck leg topped with a fried duck egg and mustard maple syrup. For something meatier, try the very satisfying salt beef grilled cheese sandwich, or the wickedly delicious spiced duck doughnut, served with charred pineapple jam and paprika sugar.

Late Night Dining London

Experience the decadent Midnight Feast for yourself when you stay at The Milestone Hotel.

Image Credits: Lead image and Milestone Midnight Feast © Red Carnation Hotels. Park Chinois interior © Park Chinois. Duck & Waffle signature dish © Duck & Waffle.


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