Thinking of renting an office space in Oxford Street? You’re in for a real treat (literally)…
Not only is Oxford Street super well-connected, with every shop you could dream of on your doorstep, but it is also home to hundreds of incredible foodie spots. Whether you’re looking for a place to impress your clients, or you need to book somewhere quick and easy for your half-hour meeting slot, look no further. We’ve handpicked some of the best Oxford Street bars and restaurants to take clients to.
Just in case you need them—here are nine more reasons why you should move your business to Oxford Street.
Best Oxford Street bars and restaurants…if you’re looking to impress
Where? 10 Berners St, Fitzrovia, W1T 3NP
Berners Tavern is a highly sought after spot, so you might struggle to get a reservation, but trust us… it’s worth booking in advance. The sophisticated interior and historical charm is guaranteed to wow your clients. And the contemporary menu has something for everyone, with a ride range of iconic British dishes from the heralded Sunday roast to the humble pork pie.
It hasn’t just got our vote, Berners Tavern was voted in the top 100 best restaurants in London by TimeOut and it won the notable wine list award 2018.
Bob Bob Ricard
Where? 1 Upper James St, Soho, W1F 9DF
Bob Bob Ricard is an iconic, glamorous restaurant in Soho with a “press for champagne” button at every table. It is famous for pouring more champagne than any other restaurant in the UK—now that’s something to be proud of.
Where? 1C Portland Place, W1B 1JA
Located at the top of Regent Street and just minutes away from Oxford Street tube station, Artesian is at the forefront of London’s bar scene. The award-winning mixologist conjures up wild and wacky cocktails that you won’t find anywhere else.
Best Oxford Street bars and restaurants…with smaller price tags
Tongue and Brisket
Where? 199 Wardour Street, W1F 8JP
City business lunches don’t have to be flashy, formal or time-consuming; try Tongue and Brisket for a more casual deli-style lunch. A regular-size sandwich is just £5.90, and it tastes so good you’ll be left wanting another one… we recommend their signature salt beef sandwich for a mouth-watering experience.
Where? 11 Dean Street, W1D 3RP
Not only does Pizza Pilgrims serve up some of the best pizza in London, but it does so at a super reasonable price. You can get an authentic taste of Italy for £10! Bella.
Where? 29 Maddox Street, Mayfair, W1S2PA
This vibrant Indian restaurant just off Oxford Street is full of life, colour, and spice. It’s not ‘cheap cheap’, but it’s a lot more affordable than any of the other Indian restaurants in Mayfair. Be sure to try the asala azure dish: Indian scrambled eggs served over a truffle naan—it’s bursting with flavour.
Best Oxford Street bars and restaurants…according to the HubbleHQ team
Mac and Wild
Where? 65 Great Titchfield St, Fitzrovia, W1W 7PS
Freddie, one of our office alchemists at HubblehQ, has a favourite restaurant just off of Oxford Street, in Fitzrovia—but you might as well be in the Scottish Highlands. This authentic restaurant serves all the signature Scottish dishes, from haggis mac and cheese to drippy scotch eggs.
If your client is a whisky lover, you’ll definitely get brownie points for taking them here, as there are over 200 Scottish whiskys to choose from.
Where? 9 D’Arblay Street, Soho, W1F 8DR
If you’re willing to verge off of Oxford Street and enter the ever-popular district that is Soho, you’ll find Hannah’s (HubbleHQ content magician) favourite restaurant in this area. Blanchette is a wonderful Parisian-style bistro serving all the French classics from Croque Monsieurs to crispy frogs legs.
The shabby chic decor, exposed brick walls and candlelit atmosphere will transport you straight to Paris. You might even forget you’re in a meeting…
Where? 55 Brewer St, London, W1F 9TL
Kiln is a fiery counter restaurant serving hot curries, grilled meats and fish. Their rich crab glass noodles is voted London’s best dish (…by Grace, another office alchemist).
Warning: it can get busy (as the best places in Soho do), so we recommend getting there early if you can, but take Grace’s word for it – the food is worth it.
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