After you invest in London apartments for rent, you will notice there is a wide array of restaurants displaying a range of delicious cuisines. Aside from the best places to be wined and dined in the evenings though, the city has some rather lavish places to start the day with a spot of breakfast too. Here are three favored restaurants that serve people living in London apartments for rent breakfast, dinner, lunch and snacks.

Dean Street Townhouse

Should you be venturing into the streets of Soho after getting an apartment for rent, you should step into the Dean Street Townhouse. Not only is the Dean Street Townhouse a place where food is served daily but it is also a hotel, so if you want to unwind with your partner after the stress of moving, consider a stay here. The lavish surroundings will make you feel high-class, while polite members of staff make you feel welcome and take your order. Tables can be booked before you visit and aside from their drink and evening food menu, breakfast is served here too. Indulge in croissants, crumpets, bakers basket or townhouse biscuits. Private dining is available at the Dean Street Townhouse too, which is ideal if you are having visitors when living in London apartments for rent.


In Upper St Martin’s Lane, you can visit Dishoom, which is perfect for morning dining when getting London apartments for rent. Dishoom is a Bombay café set in the city center and it attracts people from all parts of London. Opening hours are 8am – 11am weekdays and 10am – 1pm on weekends. Some of the fine breakfast dishes you can taste here include breakfast lassi, granola, bacon naan roll, brun maska, sausage naan roll and the Bombay breakfast bake. If you are a lover of Bombay food then there is no better place to go after getting London apartments for rent.


Covent Garden is crammed with places for residents apartments for rent to visit, and one of these places is Kopapa.  Kopapa is known for its delicious breakfasts and doors are open for breakfast from 8.30 am – 11.30 am. Exquisitely presented food in an upscale environment makes Kopapa a popular restaurant for dinner and lunch too. A range of coffees and juices can be tasted, accompanied by homemade scones or muffins. If you want a little more to eat for your breakfast, then have eggs on toast, ricotta fritters or hot-smoked salmon on toast. Fry ups are also available here when you move into apartments for rent.

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