St James’ Restaurants
St James’ is a fashionable, central area of London jam packed full of cafes, restaurants and bars for you to enjoy or to wine and dine prospective clients.
Forming part of London’s West End, and containing many of London’s most famous residences, as well as plenty of trendy fashion houses, it’s no wonder so many people choose to base their business from a serviced office.
So whether you’re looking to do business over a posh coffee, or you’re taking your staff out on a much needed night out, you’re guaranteed to find an eatery to suit you in St James’.
If you need to take a client somewhere that’s available to visit right now, and doesn’t cost the earth, you’re going to want to rely on some of the great restaurant chains in St James’.
Zizzi is always a good choice if you want tasty pizza or pasta in a friendly, informal setting. The place always smells delicious and the service is super quick, so no need to worry about waiting around if you’re on a short lunch break, or your client needs to shoot off to catch a flight. If you’re in need of a quick caffeine fix and a toasted panini to replenish your energy before the next big presentation, head to reliable cafe chain Starbucks and enjoy a bit of people watching while you indulge in a frothy latte – there’s nothing better than watching other people being really busy while you’re not. If you like a vibrant atmosphere and a real American spirit, go to Rileys Sports Bars – ideal for after works staff drinks.
When you want to eat somewhere up and coming, trendy and vibrant, or your client simply expects you to take them somewhere different, you’re going to need to take a look at our ‘out of the box’ eatery ideas.
Inamo is a pretty fun place to eat, especially if you like big bold flavours and only the most cutting edge technology. This bright restaurant serves oriental fusion – in that it combines flavours from pretty much all the oriental countries in the world. It also has the world’s first interactive food ordering system which will make you feel a little bit like you’re dining in 2050 – especially when you select your very own virtual tablecloth! A very special, futuristic place that will impress fans of innovative tech or perfect for an office party. If afternoon tea is the order of the day, you’ll be very welcome at St Ermins Hotel where brightly coloured macarons will tickle your tastebuds and tea is served in a rather beautiful lounge / mezzanine area and is served from rather charming kitsch teapots and teacups. For concept food, and organic produce (and a rather exceptional salad) go to Keen and boost your energy levels ahead of that important presentation.
When you need to celebrate with more than a beer and a pizza, you’re going to be spoilt for choice in St James’ Ă˘â‚¬â€ś It is home to some of the most upmarket eateries in London.
A great place to consider if you like a restaurant with a buzz about it, is Seven Park Place by William Drabble. The French restaurant gained one Michelin star and no less than four AA rosettes after just one year of opening and serves food at the height of sophistication. For sumptuous Indian food, book in at the Michelin starred Quilon and enjoy tasty dishes such as; chicken cubes marinated in roasted ground lentil, chilli, coriander and cumin and prawn char-grilled with ground pink peppercorn and byadgi chilli. Matsuri, Greens Restaurant And Oyster Bar and The Cinnamon Club are also excellent choices.