London Fashion Week, Foodie Hotspots

London Fashion Week starts today (Friday 16th September 2016) showcasing the best in fashion from new designers to top high street brands such as TopShop how has a live hub throughout.

So with all the glitz and glamour of London Fashion Week in full swing, you need to find yourself the best places to eat at Fashion Week too, right?

Right! So here’s our round up of the Best places to eat at Fashion Week

Pollen Street Social offers limited edition Fruits of the British Sea sharing dish

To celebrate London Fashion Week, the bar at Jason Atherton’s flagship restaurant, Pollen Street Social, will be offering guests a limited edition Fruits of the British Sea sharing dish. Designed for two to share and served over ice on a tiered stand, the dish features oyster ice cream, potted Eyemouth crab & Beluga caviar, Orkney sea scallop, pickled radish & jalapeno and a langoustine cocktail. To complement and enhance the flavour profile of each element, guests will be served a glass of Coates & Seely Rosé NV sparkling wine each. Available from 16th – 23rd September for £55, Fruits of the British Sea is both a celebration of the bounty of the seas surrounding the British Isles and the perfect way to unwind with healthy seafood after a long day at the shows.

Shotgun BBQ All-que-can-eat weekend menu

‘Open Kitchen’ concept invites guests to meet the chefs and learn a little something about good ol’ fashion Southern BBQ. £25pp for all-que-can-eat BBQ banquet, featuring slow smoked USDA Point-End Brisket, Iberico Baby Back Ribs and Middle White Suckling Pig, served with classic Southern sides and finished with soft serve ice cream. Blue Ribbon beer (£2 a can) and Prosecco (£2 a glass)

Saturdays and Sundays from 10th September, 12pm – 5pm. Shotgun BBQ, on Soho’s Kingly Street, has a long sweeping marble-topped bar with bar-side dining, leather banquettes with wood panelling and low lighting – as well as a lower floor with open kitchen, wood store for the wood burning smokers and a semi-private dining room.

Hotel Café Royal launches brand new collection of botanical cocktails in collaboration with Parfums Givenchy

Hotel Café Royal has launched ten new cocktails in collaboration with Parfums Givenchy, celebrating L’Atelier de Givenchy fine fragrances and, in particular the latest perfume in the collection, Iris Harmonique. All ten L’Atelier de Givenchy creations are exclusive to Harrods, and the hotel’s exclusive cocktail collection is available in the hotel’s vibrant Green Bar, debuting from 22 August to 30 September 2016, priced at £15 per cocktail. Inspired by the Café Royal Cocktail Book compiled in 1937, the Green Bar at Hotel Café Royal offers a luxurious and vibrant environment for contemporary Londoners and hotel guests alike to experience a unique range of outstanding drinks, expertly fashioned with a botanical twist.

Celebrate London Fashion Week at Señor Ceviche 

Located just a stone’s throw from all  the action of London Fashion Week, Señor Ceviche in Kingly Court will be offering a special Catwalk Comida menu from 16-20 September to mark the Capital’s annual celebration of all things fashion. The Catwalk Comida menu, priced at just £25pp, begins with a Guava Beliini perfectly paired with Señor’s signature Quinoa and cheddar croquettas with aji ricotto and pineapple salsa. The menu also includes a delicious Sea bass ceviche with buttermilk tiger’s milk and crispy Jerusalem artichoke; Polla a la brasa with coriander yoghurt; and Coliflor quemada with aji limo, piquillo pepper, soured cream and black sesame. Guests will also be able to sample sides including Quinoa Soltera and Nikkei Greens, and for dessert, Peruvian Mess with strawberries, raspberries, pisco, meringue, yoghurt sorbet and chia. Buen Provecho!

Experience The Filipino Burger and amazing steaks at Hawksmoor.

The Filipino Burger is available at Hawksmoor Seven Dials and Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar from the 12th September – 13th October 2016. Perfect for those at the Topshop Fashion Hub.

The Filipino Burger (£13) – A grilled pork patty, topped with Richard’s own take on traditional pork Adobo, Buffalo Mozzarella and Banana Ketchup.

Delicious tapas and creative cocktails at Ember Yard, Soho

Situated in the heart of Soho, a mere five minute walk from the centre of London Fashion Week, Ember Yard will provide the go-to post-show spot for delicious tapas and creative cocktails (those with LFW wristbands will receive a complimentary welcome cocktail on arrival). The fourth restaurant from Salt Yard Group and takes inspiration from Spanish and Italian methods of cooking over charcoal. It is located at number 60 Berwick Street (in the heart of Soho) and is a lovely two storey restaurant and bar, with an open plan kitchen on the ground floor and a cool and cosy bar on the lower ground floor.

Celebrate LFW with Savile Row’s Sartoria, Mayfair

Located directly on the world famous Savile Row in the heart of Central London, the Italian bar and restaurant Sartoria is set to be the go to venue this London Fashion Week. Combining a dash of old Mayfair charm with a measure of Italian style, The Libare bar offers seasonal twists on Italian classics like Bellinis, Negronis and Spritzes, alongside some original creations, served from a bar bursting with vermouths, amaros and even some liqueurs created by chef Francesco Mazzei himself, including his home-grown bergamot.

Escape the hustle and bustle at Tokimeite

If the hectic schedule of fashion shows is getting too much, guests can head over to Mayfair for a little calm at new Japanese restaurant,Tokimeite. Serving an authentic Japanese menu alongside extensive drinks list, including a wide choice of wine, whiskey, sake and creative cocktails, Tokimeite is the perfect place to while away an evening. To book a table, please visit: