Hotel Restaurants to Visit in 2019

These hotels have some of the best restaurants. And the best thing is that you don’t have to be a guest at the hotel to taste some of the delicious meals. However, if you have too much to drink, you can always book a room and stay at the hotel. Continue reading to discover the best hotel restaurants to visit in 2019 in London.

Hoxton Grill

This restaurant has a classic American diner vibe. So, if you choose to eat a meal at this restaurant, you will see the classic diner design nods, which include leather booths in red, jugs of filter coffee and each table has a French’s mustard and ketchup bottles. However, make no mistake, Hoxton Grill is an elegant high-end steak house. The menu is filled with healthy meals, which include protein bowls, matcha coffee and meals spiced with chia seed.

Bar Boulud at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park

This amazing restaurant is located in the elegant Mandarin Oriental hotel. The owner and main chef of the Bar Boulud is the Daniel Boulud, who has three Michelin stars. The signature dish at this restaurant is the signature burger topped with foie gras. The main chef also takes pride in his steaks, which are cooked to perfection.

Berners Tavern

The next restaurant on our list, Berners Tavern, is located in the London Edition Hotel. The menu has delicious meals inspired by simple meals including: truffle honey, burnt butter and ox cheek mac and cheese.

Chiltern Firehouse

Since its opening in 2013, the Chiltern Firehouse has been a go to place to some of the most popular celebrities. And if you are a regular person, you will need to make a table reservation, several months in advance. They do wonders with seafood and the bacon cornbread is to die for. So, don’t hesitate and make a reservation in this hotel, as soon as you are done reading this article.

Typing Room

The Town Hall Hotel is a home to this increasingly popular restaurant. Actually, many scenes from the Atonement were filmed in this restaurant. The Typing Room has a simplistic style, but their food is everything but simple. This restaurant offers a seven course tasting menu that costs £82 per person. However, their signature dishes are the radish and bread consommé and the smoked eel with chicken.

The Culpeper

The Culpeper is actually more of a restaurant than a hotel. The restaurant is built on the grounds of an old pub. However, the owner has given it a cosy and welcoming vibe. The Culpeper changes the menu on a regular basis. But, each time they add a classic, such as steaks and pies.

So, which of these hotel restaurants to visit in 2019 has made your list?