Our Top 5 Restaurants to make the most of the summer

Aqua rooftop Aqua comes into its own in the summer as it has a terrace, which overlooks Regent Street and Carnaby Street. Although views are limited to the tops of buildings it is a stunning location and the architecture is not half bad. Enjoy a couple of exotic cocktails outside in the London sun before returning indoors for a Japanese feast. Sex Drugs and Bacon Rolls review of Aqua

Gordon’s Wine Bar

Gordon's terraceDespite Gordon’s Wine Bar  becoming more and more popular in recent years, it is a lovely place to soak up the sun in the courtyard with cheese, wine and friends – what more could you ask for? Tucked away by Embankment this little gem serves delicious food served buffet style. Sex Drugs and Bacon Rolls review of Gordon’s

Rooftop at the Boundary
boundary rooftopThe Rooftop is a heavenly space in the centre of busy East London. Although it includes a weatherproof pergola allowing the bar and dining area to remain open every day – whatever the weather this place really shines (literally) when the weather is warm and sunny.  Dishes are light, fragrant and colourful just what you want on long summer days.  There is a new garden design that includes a canopy of grape producing vines, together with a subtle garrigue and wild herb theme, plus a few other horticultural enhancements. (Review coming soon)

Stein’s – Bavarian Beer Garden

Lying on the edge of the Thames in Richmond Stein’s, a traditional beer garden, is the perfect spot to make the most of the limited sun we have in this country. Choose from a large range of German dishes and beers on long wooden benches. The atmosphere is friendly and casual. (Review coming soon)

The Summerhouse

the summerhouseThe Summerhouse is a small restaurant right at the heart of little Venice which has a balcony that leads onto the river. Once inside the restaurant, which just oozes summer and even on cold wintery weekends will give any diner an injection of that ‘feel good’ summer feeling, all your worries soon fly away. Sex Drugs and Bacon Rolls review of The Summerhouse

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