Girls' Weekend in London: Dining



- Accommodation
- Dining
- Shopping
- Culture
- Dancing and Drinking
- Relaxing

Dinner out. Photo Credit: 46137. C.C.License1 Blossom Street
1 Blossom Street
This modern Italian restaurant will be sure to charm you. With its relaxed ambiance, sophisticated selection of modern art and impressive wine selection, even the choosiest guests will leave happy. If you'd like, you can arrange a private dining room for you and your closest friends.

Bowler Bar and Grill
2a Pond Place
Come here when you need a break after a day of shopping or sightseeing. The menu at this British-inspired restaurant features haddock and chips, 6- to 12-ounce sirloin and more. Complete your meal with an apple strudel martini or a "bloody good Bloody Mary".

Eight Over Eight
392 Kings Road
One of Chelsea's most favoured dining spots, Eight Over Eight serves a pan-Asian menu in a minimalist, eastern-inspired setting. Try the duck, watermelon and cashew salad or the sweet potato and shiitake mushroom curry. You can also get multiple-course set menus from £34-54.

Occo
58 Crawford Street
This fashionable Moroccan bar and restaurant has a selection of a la carte choices, tapas made to share and a weekend brunch menu. After you dine on orange and chilli-marinated duck leg or couscous and chickpea salad, head downstairs for entertainment from belly dancers or a bit of shisha. You won't be able to resist the rose petal martini.

Sketch
9 Conduit Street
If it's healthier modern French fare you want, visit this restaurant to get big flavour sans a big waistline. You can choose from selections such as grilled scallops with udon noodles and fruit escabèche or a salad with green tomato chutney vineleaf and balsamic vinegar. Be sure to notice the woodland-inspired decor and Swarovski crystal-studded walls. The restaurant is open to the public for its lunch menu and reserved for private dining by evening.

- Jill Hilbrenner