Located on the 24th floor of Tower 42, this Michelin-star restaurant offers not only delicious food, but also spectacular views of the capital.
The menu, created by chef Gary Rhodes, includes a number of classic British favourites with a gourmet twist that will leave your taste buds tingling. Just some of the options include cottage pie and pan-fried skate, as well as traditional desserts like jam roly-poly and bread and butter pudding.
An award-winning restaurant offering a menu from top chefs Chris and Jeff Galvin, this is one of the premier places to eat in the City of London.
The expertly prepared food includes a variety of dishes, while the tasting menu is the perfect option for those who just can't decide between the roast duck and the mushroom risotto.
If you fancy a fresh take on French cuisine, then Club Gascon could be the perfect choice.
Located in a lovely building in Smithfield, this Michelin-star restaurant takes great pride in offering authentic foods prepared with fresh ingredients of the highest quality.
In addition, the food is beautifully presented and the excellent service is friendly, informative and attentive.
Often called one of the City's best restaurants, this eatery is situated in the old Sandeman Port cellars, which were used to bottle fortified wines for more than 200 years.
Today, the restaurant is known for its delicious French cuisine and warm, inviting atmosphere, not to mention its fabulous wine list.
Situated next to Mansion House - the official residence of the Lord Mayor - and across the street from the Bank of England, this restaurant and brasserie may have one of the most prestigious locations in the Square Mile.
The inside of this converted bank is a fresh and sophisticated dining space, with plenty of natural light coming through a glass dome over the main seating area.
An elegant restaurant that puts a contemporary twist on European cuisine, Bonds is a stylish yet comfortable restaurant that's popular with the high rollers that work and live in the City.
Menu items range from slow-cooked pork belly or fillet of sea bream, through to cheesecake and creme brulee.