Looking for somewhere to dine in London? Here’s a few ideas from Love London Love Culture…

Shaka Zulu: based in Camden, this South African restaurant features a traditional South African menu, created by Executive Head Chef, Stephen Boucher. Why not indulge in a three course meal with a sparkling cocktail to liven up your evening?

H10 Waterloo Sky Bar: for those in the mood for something a bit more relaxed, pay a visit to the hotel H10 Waterloo’s Sky Bar to sample seven courses of tapas and cocktails for two while taking in views of London. The menu includes Toasted bread with Arbequina olive oil, fresh tomato, garlic & marinated olives, Warm salad with red peppers, artichokes and hazelnuts vinaigrette and Grilled Stone Bass with Barley and Shitake Mushroom Risotto.

The Waldorf Hilton: for those looking for something sophisticated, pay a visit to the Waldorf Hilton’s Homage retaurant, where you can enjoy a three course meal and glass of prosecco while enjoying the five star surroundings. The set menu includes poached supreme of chicken with buttered Swiss chard, carrot textures and tarragon emulsion,  hot smoked salmon terrine with preserved lemon, caper berries and horseradish cream and  slow-cooked belly of pork with hispi cabbage, apple puree, bacon jam and thyme jus.

Searcy’s Helix restaurant: head to the Gherkin for a four course Sunday brunch if you would prefer for a relaxed experience set in the heart of London. Enjoy the panormaic views while sampling a menu that includes  eggs Florentine and Benedict, as well as the likes of meat boards and smoked salmon, Eton Mess and Chocolate Ganache Tart. Alongside your food enjoy a glass of Searcys Champagne Selected Cuvee Brut.

Pétrus: based in Knightsbridge, enjoy a four course lunch in this Michelin star restaurant run by Gordon Ramsay.

Eaton Square Bar: indulge in a couple of cocktails and a sharing platter at this bar and restaurant based in the heart of Belgravia. Check here for the menu and platter selection.