London's most Instagrammable restaurants

 I hope you’re having a magical holiday season so far! As the first snowflakes touch the ground and Christmas decorations light up - it becomes certain: the festive season is officially here. And the task for the next blog post is simple: the most magical London places to visit. Winter London is magical indeed!

So here I am - exploring the city and putting it all in a blog for you to read.

We all know the ultimate musts: Winter Wonderland, the Christmas lights on Oxford Circus, Covent Garden, and the beautiful christmas trees and ice rinks at Somerset House and Natural History Museum, to name just a few. A wise LONDONER knows that no matter how many years you have spent walking around this city, there is something new you can find every day. WhiteChateaux guides you through stylish pop-up restaurants, coffee shops and festive sights you cannot miss. So here they are - a few hidden gems you may wish to explore this winter season.

Dalloway Terrace

Hidden in the busy area of Fitzrovia, on a Great Russel Street this restaurant is an ultimate Winter Dream. From the decadent decor by Wild At Heart to cosy blankets and delicious A La Carte - this place scores five stars across all categories. This place will work just perfect for a business meeting, romantic date or a girls' brunch. I loved the delicious truffle fries, lobster pasta and freshly brewed tea.

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Coppa Club, Tower Bridge

On the opposite side of the town, somewhere between St Pauls and Tower Bridge you will find these magical bubbles - Iglos of Coppa Club Restaurant. This place offers an undisturbed view to Tower Bridge, the Tower and the Shard, yet is warm and cosy. There is only one way to make your experience even better with a glass of bubbly, brunch and desserts. This place wins the most romantic setting under the London Sky.

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