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We recommend the The Wheatsheaf around the corner, which does everything a traditional English pub should, including great beer.
Or if tucking into a perfect steak is more you and your partner's idea of good dining, pop over the road to unpretentious Argentinian eatery Gaucho. Technically in Mayfair but a mere hop, skip and a jump away from Soho is Blades at Hush, a small, 60's inspired dining room that aims to be a 'private member's club without the membership'.3 | Southbank Nearest tubes: Waterloo / Southwark Perfect for: Culture Skylon, Royal Festival Hall On the surface of things, the Southbank is a terrible choice for a first date: full of tourists and over-priced chain restaurants.But with a little insider knowledge you can make use of the world-class cultural options and the romance of the river without looking like you're a teenager on his first visit to London.Situated down some metal steps, it's one of those places that serve drinks in jam jars but don't let that put you off – it's comfortable, fun and the drinks are great.After two 'fancy' locations you made want to head for one of the areas many solid boozers.
If gin's your thing, try Graphic Bar on Golden Square - their martini selection is second to none and their 'Paint Tin Punches' will get your night off with a bang. Slightly off the beaten track on Rupert Street is the hottest new table in town The Palomar, where interesting, delicious food from Jerusalem is served by energetic, friendly staff who create a brilliant atmosphere – perfect for a first date you want to be fun and memorable (with no space for awkward silences). If you can't can't get a table there, you're still spoiled for choice when it comes to established restaurants of the highest quality.