There's no better seating choice than bar stools when dining solo, and Lina Stores has 12 of them, allowing you to face the action and chat to the bar staff. Head there for authentic Italian produce, fresh handmade pasta and great wine. The Lina Stores restaurant has all the delicious produce that they have in their deli, offering their legendary pasta in half portions, meaning you can try all your favourite dishes in one sitting. Plus no one to judge the amount of pasta you ordered!
51 Greek Street, W1D 4EH
Booking weeks in advance for fancy meals out are a thing from the past. Dining solo at BAO is your knight in shining armour with their no reservation policy. BAO specialises in ‘xiao chi’ small snacks and ‘bao’ steamed milk buns, meaning over ordering is a thing of the past.
53 Lexington Street, W1F 9AS
XU offers a unique journey into Taiwanese culture and cuisine, from its food, cocktails and tea offering through to its interiors. XU is welcoming solo diners with their tables made for one person. A quick pit stop transporting you back to the mountainous regions of the island through to the busy streets of Taiwan’s capital city – Taipei.
30 Rupert Street, W1D 6DL
Queuing for delicious food can be tiring, but at Kiln , solo diners have the upper hand. A little birdy told us that staff always try to keep a seat free at the bar for one, meaning you can skip to the front and tuck into the good stuff. Inspired by the rural simplicity of the Thai borderlands, where dishes combine Burmese and Yunanese spicing and flavours are cooked over open fire, Kiln serves prime-quality British meat specifically bred for the restaurant.
58 Brewer Street, W1F 9TL
Bar seating is a solo diners dream. Watching the action and getting your senses stuck into the delcious food. Serving the food of modern-day Jerusalem, a cuisine influenced by the rich cultures of Southern Spain and Italy, North Africa and the Levant.
34 Rupert Street, W1D6DN
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