Refuelling on Regent Street

Regent Street and the neighbouring side streets are home not only to some of the best global flagship stores and independent boutiques, but also to a host of tucked away eateries.

2018 Show visitors could indulge in food and drink from some of London’s most exciting restaurants and bars on Regent Street’s secluded enclave, Heddon Street. Some were transported to Andalucía with Spanish cuisine from renowned chef Nieves Barragan at Sabor. For something a little closer to home, contemporary British restaurant Magpie was not to be missed, serving beautifully crafted sharing plates and cocktails. For brisk brunches or a post shopping pit-stop, visitors popped into the stylish Heddon Street Kitchen from Gordon Ramsay, serving European dishes with flair.

Venturing further south on Regent Street to Swallow Street and Air Street, steak lovers were spoilt for choice with the stylish and innovative Gaucho and Hawksmoor serving up award winning food and cocktails to die for. On the East side of Air Street, visitors could pop into Hotel Café Royal to discover irresistible sushi and steak at Laurent, or enjoy a cocktail or two at the hotel’s Green Bar or Ziggy’s Cocktail Bar.

For those looking for something lighter, many of Regent Street’s flagship stores have something a little special about them, with tranquil cafés hidden in store. Discover these at Thomas’s at Burberry, L’OccitaneTommy Hilfiger and Arket to name just a few.

For more details on where to eat on Regent Street, please visit the Regent Street London website by clicking here. 

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