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IRL: London’s Most Instagrammable Restaurants

November 4, 2016

We round up the city’s most photogenic eateries. Warning: lots of marble within.                                                

 

The Instagram holy truths are as follows: 1. Never, ever use the Nashville filter; 2. Do not like your own photos; 3. Instagram everything you eat – especially when it’s perfectly styled with a dreamy background (extra points for a pink table, exposed brick or marble). We’ve rounded up the best eateries in London worth a ‘gram.

 

1. The Gallery at Sketch

 

No filter needed; The Gallery’s pink velvet tub chairs, multi-coloured parquet floor and David Shrigley-filled walls are too beautiful not to share. Particularly social media-worthy is the dinnerware, featuring Shrigley’s witty sketches.

 

sketch.london; 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG

 

Image credit: @inmysundaybest 

 

2. Farm Girl Café

 

From the painted sign on the outside wall to the pastel-pink tables, Farm Girl Café is an Instagrammer’s dream. The Pitaya Bowl – filled with magenta-hued dragon fruit, amongst other tasties – is particularly post-worthy.

 

thefarmgirlcafe.co.uk; 59a Portobello Road, London W11 3DB

 

 

3. Bob Bob Ricard

 

The luxuriously furnished restaurant’s ‘press for champagne’ button is oft-Instagrammed, but its scarlet leather booths, marbled tables and gilded bar are equally photogenic. This is no ordinary diner.

 

bobbobricard.com; 1 Upper St James Street, London W1F 9DF

 

 

4. Dandelyan at Mondrian London

 

Pink banquettes, a green marble bar and gold furniture makes Dandelyan worth checking into – plus the drinks are delicious. The 1970s-inspired afternoon tea – complete with botanical cocktails – serves as the perfect focus.

 

morganshotelgroup.com; 20 Upper Ground, London SE1 9PD

 

 

5. Pharmacy

 

Housed within Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery, Pharmacy – its second iteration – is decorated with one of the artist’s iconic medicine cabinets, as well as pill-shaped bar stools. Check out the Jeff Koons exhibition in the gallery first – the giant sculptures are seriously shareable.

 

pharmacyrestaurant.com; Newport Street, London SE11 6AJ

 

 

Words by Natalie Hughes

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