With restaurant visits in the UK restricted to outdoor spaces until 17 May, London’s terraces are proving to be extremely popular. Here are some of the best spots in the capital for al fresco dining from authentic beach huts and transparent pods to rooftop terraces.
Opso terrace in Marylebone has fire pits for warmth in the evenings
OPSO certainly lives up to its name, Greek for “a delectable morsel of food.” This popular restaurant in Marylebone has a sparkly, chic terrace with individual flame heaters behind glass beside each table for chilly evenings. The menu is Modern Greek at its finest, including delicious dishes like slow braised beef ragu, slow cooked lamb shank with truffled mushrooms and Pork Stifado, a tasty Iberico pluma steak with baby onions, girolles and mushrooms. OPSO’s version of Greek salad is exceptional, featuring olive oil rusks and creamy 18 month barrel aged feta. Another menu highlight is roasted cauliflower with herbed hazelnut crumble and garlic curry mayo.
45 Jermyn St., Fortnum & Mason’s destination restaurant at the corner of Duke and Jermyn streets, is a sheer delight, both for its smart decor and superb Modern British menu…