Where to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2022 in London

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New Year’s Eve in London comes with certain expectations. In fact, it is probably the night of the year where expectations are at their highest — which can be a recipe for a seriously disappointing night out. However, as this year marks the first in many where we can enjoy unrestricted freedoms, the capital is gearing up to make the 31 December one to remember.

Traditionalists may fancy a trip to Trafalgar Square to listen to live music before the countdown, or a stroll along the South Bank to watch fireworks light up the skies above the Thames at the London Eye. However, for those looking to push the boat out, how about a lavish, Champagne-filled party promising haute cuisine and an epic view to boot? Here’s how London is planning to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2022…

Tattu London, Soho

tattu london

The modern Chinese restaurant, renowned for its panoramic views over the West End, will be hosting an extravagant party to see in 2023 in style. Guests will be welcomed to the rooftop restaurant to the beat of a high-octane DJ set before sitting down for an Asian-inspired feast featuring yellowtail sashimi served with lotus root, kiwi and chilli salsa, and kung po king prawns, seasoned with chilli, garlic and onion. Rest assured there will be plenty of Laurent-Perrier Champagne flowing throughout the evening, too.

From £150 per person, tattulondon.com

Hide, Mayfair

Hide London

For a more relaxed affair than London’s late night parties, celebrate at Hide – the Michelin-star restaurant overlooking Green Park. Executive Chef Ollie Dabbous’ seasonal, seven-course tasting menu features favourites like roasted Orkney scallops with buckwheat, golden turnip and black truffle, and roast Yorkshire duck in lavender honey and late-season figs. Diners will also have the option of a classic wine pairing or a special wine flight chosen by the restaurant’s head sommelier from the vast cellars of nearby Hedonism Wines. To make your celebrations even more intimate, book the restaurant’s private dining rooms, aptly named HIDE + SEEK, for up to 20 guests.

From £160 per person, hide.co.uk

Madison Rooftop, St Paul’s

Madison Rooftop

Welcome in 2023 with electric performances from international DJs Dave Silcox and Megan Fernandez and party all night long against one of London’s most iconic backdrops. In partnership with Hublot, Madison Rooftop has also released a limited-edition cocktail menu for the countdown to midnight. Highlights include In Time for an Old Fashioned, a sophisticated combination of Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Del Maguey Vida Mezcal and agave, as well as The Big Bang – a fresh concoction of The Botanist Gin, Aperol, apricot liquor, elderflower tonic and lavender foam. Just make sure you get there before 10pm, as that’s when the party begins to get started…

From £149 per person, madisonlondon.net

Sushisamba, Liverpool Street


Take New Year’s Eve to the next level – the 38th floor of the Heron Tower to be exact. Sushisamba has a sturdy reputation for throwing some of the wildest parties in town and this year promises to be no exception. Dubbed Sambazonia, the restaurant will be transformed into an immersive experience channeling influences from the Amazon Rainforest, with themed cocktails, colourful performers, live entertainment and DJs. Choose from the Celebration Dining package, which includes a glass of Philipponnat Champagne and access to the evening event, or the late-night Casa de Samba party-only ticket.

From £100 per person, sushisamba.com

Aqua Shard, London Bridge

Aqua Shard London

Ascend to the rarefied height of the Shard’s 31st floor on 31 December, when Aqua Shard hosts its famous New Year’s Eve shindig in one of the city’s most famous skyscrapers. You can treat yourself to an elegant seven-course dinner in the restaurant, with highlights including native lobster with celeriac purée, Wagyu beef fillet, and Guanaja parfait.

From £345 per person, aquashard.co.uk

Ice Rink Canary Wharf

ice rink canary wharf

Whether it’s to get you in the festive spirit for the night ahead or to dust off the cobwebs the morning after, if you’re yet to squeeze in a skating session this winter, New Year’s Eve is the perfect opportunity. Ice Rink Canary Wharf is one of the largest in London and, thanks to its transparent canopy covered in twinkling fairy lights, you’ll feel like you’re skating beneath the stars without any chance of rain cancelling the party. The last skate session starts at 21.25.

From £19.95 per person, icerinkcanarywharf.co.uk

The Dorchester, Mayfair

Looking for the opportunity to dig out your best fancy dress? An evening at The Dorchester is just the ticket. This year, the luxury hotel will be welcoming revellers for a Masquerade Gala Dinner and After Party. The evening will begin with a Champagne and canape reception before moving into the stunning Dorchester Ballroom for a feast laid on by the hotel’s talented culinary team. If you can still move after the decadent three-course meal, dance the early hours of 2023 away until 2am. Remember, masquerade masks are essential.

From £595 per person, newyearsevelondon.co.uk

Decimo at The Standard, King’s Cross

Decimo The Standard London

Peter Sanchez-Iglesias’ restaurant Decimo, atop The Standard King’s Cross, is the place to see and be seen all year round. Offering views of pretty much every sight that London has to offer, the restaurant will transform into a new club space especially to welcome in 2023. BBC Radio 1’s Benji B — who has worked with the likes of Lauryn Hill, Kendrick Lamar and Tyler the Creator — will be on the decks all night, with a very special live guest joining, too.

From £74.70 per person, decimo.london

The Chelsea Pig

The Chelsea Pig

Ring in the new year by the roaring fire of Chelsea‘s favourite neighbourhood pub. Celebrated for its eccentric interiors by internationally-renowned brand Timothy Oulton Studio, The Chelsea Pig poses a unique and relaxed setting which will help you end 2022 on a high. Dig into a festive three-course set menu by Head Chef Fionnan Flood, featuring duck liver parfait with prune and stem ginger chutney, turkey ballotine with sausage and panettone stuffing and last, but not least, marmalade bread pudding with cinnamon ice cream. The pub will open for celebratory toasts until 2am, so make time to try its selection of winter-inspired serves, such as the Butter & Scotch which combines candy-infused whiskey, Drambuie and cream soda.

From £100 per person, thechelseapig.co.uk

Amazonico, Mayfair


With its rainforest-inspired interiors and a menu that straddles Europe, Asia and South America, celebrity-magnet Amazonico is one of Mayfair’s hottest tickets. The restaurant will be transforming into a tropical wonderland replete with mirror balls, lush foliage and guests encouraged to don their most outlandish sequins. Enjoy vibrant feasting menus and cocktails before partying alongside Grammy Award-winning Roger Sanchez, who will be playing iconic house mixes in The Lounge until the early hours.

From £135 per person, amazonicorestaurant.com

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