The Royal Family Loves to Wine and Dine at These Posh Locations


We’ve been fascinated with the British royal family for centuries. We’ve observed and criticized their relationships, tried to emulate their fashion choices, and we’ve certainly clung on to any scandalous royal news, devouring all of the rumors and bits of information at a ravenous pace. Though the royal family is all about privacy, discretion, and just being better than all of us, the advent of the internet and social media have made it much easier for us to keep up with their daily activities.

With large staffs that include chefs and butlers, the royal family typically dine in the privacy of their own estates. However, even the queen likes to let loose and try something new once in a while. Here are all the posh places the royal family loves to wine and dine at.

The Goring

 The Royal Family Loves to Wine and Dine at These Posh Locations

Queen Elizabeth II doesn’t typically dine out; she usually reserves that for events and special occasions. However, when the legendary monarch does eat outside of the palace, she tends to do so at luxury London hotspots.

The Goring is a 9-minute walk from Buckingham Palace. The hotel also boasts luxury British cuisine and an award-winning afternoon tea.

Claridge’s

 The Royal Family Loves to Wine and Dine at These Posh Locations

Claridge’s | Cate Gillon/Getty Images

Though the queen loves her luxury, she also enjoys it with a twist of modernity. Another one of her favorite spots is Claridge’s. Like The Gorging, Claridge’s is a hotel that offers lovely afternoon tea, but it also has Fera at Claridge’s, which is British cuisine done by the seasons. T

here is also The Fumoir, which is a stunning 1930’s- inspired nook where you can grab drinks and coffee. We doubt the queen dined there though.

NextSometimes even the reigning royals want a little seafood.

Quaglino’s

 The Royal Family Loves to Wine and Dine at These Posh Locations

Quaglino’s | Quaglino’s via Twitter

When the queen visits Quaglino’s, she will be in perfect company with the rest of the well-dressed clientele. The famous restaurant has live music and delicious seafood, including caviar, oysters, and an array of fish.

NextQueen Elizabeth II’s favorite restaurant. 


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