When it comes to recommended London Fashion Week restaurants our top picks range from cafes serving sugar free cupcakes to restaurants offering delicious three course menus. One of the key events in the capital, London Fashion Week is an unmissable bi-annual showcase of the latest British designs. Our list of recommended London Fashion Week restaurants will provide you with the glamorous city hot spots (and the smaller little-known haunts) where models, designers and celebrities break off from back to back shows to stop for a bite to eat.
This lovely Mayfair restaurant is getting in on the London Fashion Week act too, with a special menu featuring dishes such crab meat salad with avocado and hazelnuts, and tuna carpaccio with wild asparagus and aubergine puree. It should keep the A-listers that frequent this place pretty satisfied.
39 Albemarle Street,
The Fifth Floor Restaurant is always a good shout for London Fashion Week, and this year it's no different. There'll be a selection of delicious cocktails on offer, all paying homage to famous designers. Glamour by Victoria or The World According to Karl? You decide.
This flexible Soho Italian is offering an express three course meal with a glass of wine for what's a very reasonable £25. It's all very healthy, and you can even enjoy it on their cute little terrace.
15 Kingly Street,
The famous Covent Garden venue is offering the ultimate fashionista's meal of half a dozen oysters and a glass of Pol Roger Pure for £19.75. This is your passport to a little bit of glamour at one of the best oyster houses in the capital.
33-34 St Martins Court,
This mighty fine restaurant and bar in the heart of town (and not far from LFW) is serving up a delectable selection of bespoke cocktails devised in collaboration with top London Fashion Week designers. Expect delights such as the The Huishan Zhang, The Richard Nicoll, The Zoe Jordan, The Galini and The Atropa Bella Donna.
1 Leicester Street,
Head chef Bruno Elias will be giving the Ping pizzas a twist or two, just for London Fashion Week. His 'Skinny Bitches' pizzas will be low calorie but tasty enough to keep their namesakes (Giselle, Kate and Naomi) very happy indeed.
180-184 Earls Court Road,
Even models can't live on Champagne alone. A charming alternative to celebrating London Fashion Week at formal restaurants in the capital, sugar mobile phones, handbags and sunglasses have been used to decorate regular vanilla and chocolate cupcakes (£1.95). A delightfully stylish way to get your sugar fix during London Fashion Week.
42 Tavistock Street,
The Rockwell Restaurant is celebrating the September's London Fashion Week with a special Taste the Trends menu, including an Autumn Winter Assiette of desserts. Fashion fans can indulge in a trio of chocoalte, hazelnut and coconut puddings with mix luxurious flavours and on trend tastes for just £7.50. And for those watching their waistlines (who isn't?) it's the perfect size for sharing, so you can tuck in and feel guilt free.
The Trafalgar Hotel,
2 Spring Gardens,
The impressive steakhouse will be opening its doors earlier on the Saturday and Sunday of LFW, offering the fash pack a very fine STK'OVER lunch menu. The menu will include dishes such as scallop ceviche, feather steak and STK salad.
The Great Portland Street spot has created a cracking menu just for London Fashion Week, to be enjoyed throughout September. It's all nice and healthy, with dishes such as tomato and green bean tartare with avocado salsa, and grilled salmon on a bed of pea puree, roasted diced beetroot and horseradish very tasty proof.
170 Great Portland Street,