There are literally hundreds and hundreds of restaurants in London to choose from for all tastes and all budgets and surrounding the Rathbone, you’ll find a great selection of restaurants within easy walking distance.
In Parma is a world away from the standard pizza-pasta Italian restaurant. Located on Charlotte Place just off Charlotte Street, the restaurant is the definition of Italian authenticity.
Famous the world over for Parma ham and Parmesan cheese, In Parma serves high quality authentic Italian food only from small, local producers as well as knowledgeable staff educating diners on the traditional ways to consume them – including their famous sparkling wine in a bowl!Show me on a map
From the backstreets of Bologna, Da Paolo is an authentic and intimate neighbourhood Italian restaurant on Charlotte Place. You will find a great selection of traditional antipasti and pasta dishes, including bruschetta, calamari, classic lasagne and risottos as well as fish, meat and salads.
For those with a sweet tooth there is great a selection of indulgent desserts like tiramisu, homemade ice-cream and an outrageous chocolate fudge-covered chocolate cake!Show me on a map
Obicà on Poland Street (translated as ‘here it is’) is a mozzarella bar using classic Italian ingredients sourced from the best farmers and producers of Mozzarellas di Bufala Campana in Italy but that’s not all that’s on the menu!
There is a great choice of classic Italian dishes including small plates, tasting boards, pasta, meat and fish which are all prepared with the finest Italian-sourced ingredients for a rich eating experience.Show me on a map
Gaucho is an Argentinean steak restaurant on Charlotte Street. Specialising in some of the best cuts of Argentinean beef in an authentic setting, the philosophy of Gaucho is that every guest should experience a little bit of Argentine life.
The beef comes from Argentinian, premium Black-Angus cattle bred at hand selected farms. Grazing on seventeen different types of grass from the Pampas provinces – with everything they eat being 100% natural – the cows enjoy a lush, free-range lifestyle in an area famed for its fertile soil and you can enjoy the classic cuts as well as some uniquely Argentinean cuts you won’t have heard of but will have you coming back for more!Show me on a map
ROKA serves contemporary Japanese ‘robatayaki’ cuisine (literally ‘fireside cooking’) in a striking yet informal dining room in Charlotte Street. Dominated by the central ‘robata’ grill, fish, poultry, meat and vegetables are prepared in full view of diners at the surrounding counter and tables.
In warm weather the glass walls open onto the street outside creating a semi-alfresco ambiance throughout. In the summer, outside tables are available for dining.Show me on a map
Salt Yard is an award-winning bar and restaurant serving modern tapas inspired by the flavours & produce of Spain & Italy. The tapas are complemented by charcuterie and cheese boards and they have a wide selection of excellent wines and sherries.
You can enjoy a full spread of tapas, or drop by for a glass of red wine and a plate of cheese, a coffee and a delicious pudding, or even just a perfect martini and a handful of Marcona almonds.Show me on a map
Blanchette is a French bistro serving simple, classic and inventive French food in a rustic, bare brick Soho space. The concept is based on the idea of sharing small French family dishes with charcuterie plates, homemade terrines, oysters, cheese, whole roasted chickens and apple tarts.
A fine selection of drinks, French wines and organic cider is also available. Blanchette is also famous for its ‘trompe l’oeil’ murals and is the brainchild of brothers Maxime, Malik and Yannis Alary.Show me on a map