Whether you’re a morning lark or a night owl, here are some of the best places to dine with friends and family at any time of day...
Destination: Caffè Nero
From shift workers to new mums, early risers in search of sustenance (and a strong hit of caffeine), need look no further than Caffè Nero.
Serving up premium Italian coffee, plus delicious sweet treats from the bakery and fruit salads if you’re feeling healthy, this little coffee shop is the perfect place to meet and swap sleep deprivation stories.
Destination: Ed’s Easy Diner
For those on the hunt for something more substantial, Ed’s Easy Diner offers a satisfying full English in a laid-back all-American setting.
Breakfast is served all day so there’s no need to rush, but order before 11.30am and your breakfast will be bottomless – that’s all the bacon and eggs you can eat – challenge accepted!
Destination: Yo! Sushi
For a brilliant lunch date Yo! Sushi is the place to share your favourite dishes and dare yourself to try something new too.
Simply pull up a stool by the kaiten sushi belt and start picking from the colourful plates filled with tasty treats such as Salmon Sashimi, Avocado Maki and Dragon Rolls. Don’t forget to order some yummy hot Japanese street food too.
Destination: Café Rouge
In need of a treat after shopping with the girls? Afternoon Tea filled with lots of decadent French delicacies at Café Rouge is just the thing.
Or, if you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, why not pay homage to the fromage with the new Cheese Afternoon Tea? Featuring a baked Brittany Camembert, an artisan cheeseboard and Croque Monsieur, plus two glasses of wine, all for £35 for two.
Tacos and margaritas were made for dinner with friends! Start your evening in the upstairs cocktail bar at Wahaca and up your margarita game with a twist of tamarind or hibiscus.
Then, choose from a range of nachos, tacos (the iconic pork pibil tacos are a must), quesadillas and platitos to order for the table. Good times guaranteed.
There comes a point in every evening, when only chicken will do. So whether you’ve just got out of a showing at Cineworld with some Uni friends or you’ve been enjoying a few cocktails elsewhere, Nando’s is the answer to those late night tummy rumbles.
The Sunset Burger combines two chicken thighs, melting cheddar cheese, smoky red pepper chutney and baby spinach in a bolo do caco – a soft, sweet roll. The messiest, but tastiest, evening snack.