OpenTable, the world’s leading provider of online restaurant reservations, is partnering with London Restaurant Festival for a special Summer edition of the popular festival designed to celebrate the capital’s diverse dining scene with an expansive selection of citywide experiences and menus.
OpenTable’s State of the Industry insights, tracking seated diner numbers from online, phone and walk-in reservations, highlights just how popular dining out has been since its return this year with average seated diners increasing by 30% in the last week compared to the same period in 2019 (17th – 22nd June 2021). The partnership with London Restaurant Festival is a wonderful opportunity for Londoner’s to enjoy a special dining experience at a great price, whilst simultaneously supporting restaurants after what has been a difficult time for all.
This year’s Festival Menus, brought to diners by OpenTable, include new themes and luxury pairings for the summer season including London Legends, Cuisines of the world, Talk of the Town and Outside and Rooftop bars. Whether you’re looking for cutting edge cuisine or restaurants with breathtaking views and terraces, there will be a special menu created for everyone.
London Restaurant Festival: Summer Edition will run between 1st and 31st July 2021. To view all the experiences and menus available throughout July please visit the Festival Menu page at https://www.opentable.co.uk/london-restaurant-festival.
Bespoke offers to enjoy this summer
In a diverse and ever-changing dining scene, these restaurants have stood the test of time. Find out what keeps diners coming back again and again.
Three courses and a glass of wine
London Restaurant Festival 3-Course Meal
3-course set menu seasonal weekly changing menu, featuring dishes such as pea velouté, lamb navarin, and Champagne jelly.
Soak up the sunshine at some of London’s top al fresco dining destinations, from rooftop hot spots to chic terraces and secret gardens
3 course lunch from the Set Menu – includes a cocktail/mocktail
Enjoy two courses from our new lunch menu and receive a complimentary summer cocktail per guest.
Set Menu with a glass of Champagne 2 x courses for
Cuisines of the World
Take your taste buds on a culinary tour with Festival Menus offering everything from sushi and bao buns to tacos and ceviche.
Enjoy three Lucky Cat classic dishes
Enjoy 3 courses from our seasonal Dinner Set Menu
Enjoy 2 or 3 courses from our seasonal Lunch Set Menu
2 courses for £29.00 pp, 3 courses for £35.00pp
Atul Kochhar’s Tasting Menu
Wine pairings are an additional cost: £60pp for premium pairing wines and £85pp for deluxe pairing wines.
Talk of the Town
These restaurants should be on every food lover’s list this summer. A selection of the new openings, hottest restaurants and rising stars of London’s fast-paced food scene.
To celebrate London Restaurant festival this year we are offering 50% off total food bill from 1st to 31st July, lunch and dinner.
Enjoy the award-winning 6 course Wildflower tasting menu including snacks and petit fours.
Enjoy the acclaimed and occasionally fiery Northern Chinese cuisine of Hutong during July’s London Restaurant Festival with our Experience lunch menu.
Rosé Festival Menus
It wouldn’t be summer without a glass of crisp, chilled rosé. Catch up with friends this summer over fantastic food paired with wines from Maison Mirabeau.
Indulge in a three course menu with a glass of Mirabeau Azure Rosé this summer
3 course set menu with a glass of Mirabeau. Experience STK’s vibe dining this July with a menu featuring a range of signature steaks and dishes includes a glass of rose.
3-course Experience Menu with a glass of Mirabeau Azure Rosé
Champagne Festival Menus
After a year of missed celebrations, we all deserve a little bit of luxury. Enjoy exclusive Festival Menus paired with Moët & Chandon Champagne.
Tasting menu with Glass of Moet Brut Imperial Champagne on arrival
Vegetarian Tasting menu option available with Glass of champagne on arrival
3-course summer menu with a glass of Moet Brut Imperial
3-course lunch including a glass of Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut