Got a big client meeting in the diary and hope to seal the deal with some top-notch wining and dining? We’ve got you covered with this list of our favourite places to treat clients near some of our favourite locations for office space in North London.
A business lunch in King’s Cross
Conveniently located on the doorstep of King’s Cross station, German Gymnasium is an ideal spot for a memorable meal with clients in beautiful historic surroundings. The impressive Grand Café offers classic German dishes including sausages, schnitzels and of course plenty of sauerkraut. Be sure to check out the swanky Meister Bar and treat your clients to some of their signature cocktails, all of which are inspired by different times of the day. Ideal for businesses located at WeWork’s King’s Place flexible office and co-working space.
Entertaining clients in Highbury
You’re bound to get on your clients’ good sides with a trip to neighbourhood favourite Trullo, which is known far and wide for serving some of the best pasta dishes in London. Feast on flawless antipasti, followed by a mound of handmade fettucine or tagliarini, then really push the boat out by sharing Trullo’s signature T-bone. Top it all off with a classic affogato. Bellissimo!
A client lunch in St. John’s Wood
Brought to you by the team behind renowned Mayfair eatery The Wolseley, Soutine will transport you and your clients to the chic boulevard cafés of Paris. The all-day menu of French bistro classics is guaranteed to hit the spot. Indulge in a hearty bowl of Boeuf Bourguignon or keep it light with an elegant Salade Niçoise. Whatever you choose, be sure to wash down your plat principal with a tipple from Soutine’s excellent cocktail list, which as you’d expect includes all the timeless classics. A great choice for businesses working from Work.Life’s Camden office and other office space in the local area.
Treating clients in Islington
If you’re planning a business lunch in Islington, make 12:51 your first port of call. Launched by talented young chef James Cochran, who earned his culinary stripes working in the two Michelin starred The Ledbury, 12:51 is sure to delight clients with its menu of innovative dishes that effortlessly combine flavours from Cochran’s Caribbean and Scottish heritage.
A working lunch in King’s Cross
King’s Cross has become somewhat of a foodie haven in recent years. Businesses based at The Office Group’s private office and coworking space on York Way will find countless spots for a tasty client lunch. But for a truly impressive dining experience, we highly recommend paying a visit to Coal Office. Tuck into a feast of unique Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes while admiring the restaurant’s stunning interior, which was designed by the renowned Tom Dixon Studio.