Restaurant booking platform Bookatable has gathered a list of the top restaurants nearby the new London fashion week SS16 show space on Brewer Street, and I had to share some of their picks with you. There is no reason not to dine stylishly after a crazy day of running from show to show, because as we know there are no cobbles to hang around on anymore.


Heddon Street Kitchen

An edgy hideaway found just off Regent Street, Heddon Street Kitchen is around a 6 minute walk away, and a member of the acclaimed Gordon Ramsay Group. This 2-floor British dining emporium features a heated al fresco terrace, theatrical open kitchen and chic wine counter.




Mele e Pere  a minute away from the fashion week hub is the blend of Italian gastronomy and modern setting. Retro Anglepoise wall lamps and an apothecary-style bar lend an old-school vibe, and the dining room features quirky retro design throughout.



Veeraswamy an Indian restaurant weaves an exotic spell of timeless glamour (just like your favourite fashion icons) with a luxurious venue fit for the Maharaja and regional classic or contemporary Indian dishes. Opened in 1926, Veeraswamy London is the UK’s oldest surviving Indian restaurant.



I love Aubaine, combining classic French cuisine with rustic, continental style, Aubaine Heddon Street is a haven of calm from nearby Regent Street. On-site bakers craft a delicious range of fresh bread and pastries, while the bar serves champagne cocktails and a predominantly French selection of wines.


No.20 restaurant Sanctum Soho Hotel

Named Hotel of the Year in the London Lifestyle Awards in 2010, 2011 & 2012, No.20 Restaurant @ Sanctum Soho Hotel showcases high-end British cuisine. A glossy lacquered bar, swathes of bronze leather and glass-clad pillars offer timeless vintage glamour.

When I am not at the Apartment or show, I know where I will be going.