Where to have a drink in London ?

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 The Silverstone Grand Prix is one of the most iconic Grand Prix of them all.  To celebrate this event, put on your best rock 'n roll playlist as we take you for a Food & Drink tour in London. 

- Gaucho:

London is an eclectic city. That’s why we’ve chosen Gaucho as our first stop. Meat eaters, these Argentinian restaurants (with several locations in the city) will tickle your taste buds. The name refers to the South-American “cowboys” living in La Pampa. It's no surprise that the menu and the decor mix European influence and hearty Argentinian fare. An absolute must! 

- Le Pont de la Tour:

Don’t even get us started on the terrace. "Le Pont de la Tour" is French for “The Tower Bridge”, and trust us, this is not misleading advertising. Pull out your phone, we guarantee that a photo of the view will get 100 likes on Instagram. This restaurant is clearly the best place for a romantic dinner, with its amazing setting and refined French food. 

- Blue Bird:

We completely fell in love with the Art Deco - Garage ambiance, so typically “Made In Chelsea”. If France and England love transforming their ancient rivalry, they are on to something with this menu, where the two cultures get along beautifully. Whether for brunch, afternoon tea, cocktails or dinner, Blue Bird is always a good idea. 

- Quaglino’s

Back in the late 20’s, Quaglino’s was a fancy, must-do restaurant and party spot for Londoners. Sir Terence Conran restored its status during the 90’s: classy and elegant, never tacky, it is a wonderful place for special occasions! We love the revamped look and the menu's European influence. Cast an eye over the seasonal suggestions and be sure to peruse the extensive wine list. We’ve heard it said that the Queen dined here in the old days, and if it’s good enough for the Queen… 

- Almeida

A perfect place to enjoy good food before or after a show at the Almeida Theatre. Even those who are not rushing off to a play will be well - rewarded by taking time to enjoy the delicate menu. Modernity, elegance, and discrete luxury, not to mention the open kitchen are why we love this place so much. Almeida is the perfect break from the craziness of city life. 

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