Whilst exploring and eating at various places last week, which were probably some of the most Instagram worthy places to eat in London last week. I thought to myself I should write-up a blog post to share full of beautiful spots in my home city. The capital of UK is rather dynamic and offers lots of Instagram worthy cafes and restaurants.
As well as having a good food presentation and taste. The food industry in London keeps up with the current trends by creating more photogenic and mouth-watering food and lattes. Cafes and restaurant have decided to up their game by adding flowery decorations and interior from magazines
Here are the most stunning looking cafes/restaurants in London, which deserves a spot on your feed. The likes of Sketch, Farm Girl, Dalloway Terrance and Elan Cafe to name a few. I’ve listed below with the most picturesque places in London.
Dalloway Terrance – 16-22 Great Russell St, Fitzrovia, London, WC1B 3NN
One of the most Instagrammed venues in London. Their brunch menu and afternoon tea are usually their most popular items, but as you enter you will notice one of the fanciest decorations filled with flowers and towering plants. As you can see for yourself below I captured.
Sketch London – 9 Conduit St, Mayfair, London, W1S 2XG
The pink interior at Sketch itself will draw your attention to visit. An afternoon tea in the Gallery is a must and even their toilet is worthy of an image.
Peggy Porschen – 116 Ebury St, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9QQ
Probably every London Instagrammers favourite spot, a picture in front of their entrance is a must when visiting this cute little cafe. Every season they change the looks of their store, which looks incredible each time.
Elan Cafe – 48 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1PR
Having just opened a second branch in Kensington, near Harrods. This place is literally Instagram heaven as everything seems instagramable from their flower bouquets, walls and swings.
Palm Vaults – 411 Mare St, London, E8 1HY
One of London’s most Instagramable cafe with a super-cute, uber-quirky interior, but includes beautiful cakes and extremely colourful coffee shots. You’ll love to gather for a cup of coffee here. Baby pink, golden details, fabulously vintage cakes, pastel lattes and, of course, palm trees, it has to be East London’s most Instagramable cafe. Always filled on weekends, so best to pre-book if you plan on going here.
Coppa Club – 3, Three Quays Walk, Lower Thames Street, London, EC3R 6AH
Igloo settings at the Coppa club is perfect for that shot you want to share on Instagram having brunch, especially when you have a viewing of the beautiful scenery of the Shard and Tower Bridge.
Chicama – 383 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London, SW10 0LP
During RHS Chelsea Flower season, Chicama brings their flower game to another level by changing their entrance to a popular place to have brunch. Don’t take my word for it, as I’ve seen plenty of celebrities visit here just to take a shot with their flower displays.
Farm Girl Cafe – 59A Portobello Rd, London W11 3DB
This cafe is popular for those flat lay shots, literally, people queue up for hours just to get that perfect flat lay shot on a pink table at the Notting Hill branch.
Aubaine Selfridges – 2nd Floor, 400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB
Quirky looking filled with purple flowers surroundings, you certainly will not be leaving here without taking a snap for your gram or in your gallery. Serving brunch and lunch you’ll enjoy a scenery with nice food after roaming around shopping for a couple of hours.
The Ivy Chelsea Garden – 195 -197 King’s Rd, Chelsea, London, SW3 5EQ
Known for their stunning colourful flower wall displays, which makes an appearance every spring and summer time here in London. That is the first thing you notice at Ivy Chelsea Garden, you definitely won’t be disappointed by the interior here too.
I hope you like the list of cafes/restaurant, which gathered together, these places are truly picturesque for your grams. Let me know your thoughts or do you have your very own favourite spot, which you believe are a must-go-to.
Leave your comments below, I would love to hear your thoughts.