Floral themed eateries to visit in summer 2019

If you’re after that perfect Insta-feed – or you just really love the look of floral decor – you’ll definitely want to visit one of these pretty eateries!

Think Wisteria draped from ceiling beams, Cherry Trees in the middle of the room and Ivy EVERYWHERE. These restaurants and cafes have really amped up the plant factor!

1. Villa de Geggiano, Chiswick

 

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For Tuscan cuisine, head to Villa di Geggiano in Chiswick. It sources much of its food from surrounding UK farms, and takes inspiration from its namesake villa in the heart of Tuscany, Italy. Plus, that floral archway is gorgeous.

2. Pavilion, Colchester

 

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For pan-Pacific cuisine in Colchester, head to Pavilion. The restaruant, bar and terrace’s decor is inspired by its cuisine too, with plenty of cherry blossoms, living walls and natural wood textures.

3. The Florist, Liverpool

 

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Whether you’re heading here for brunch or a Sunday roast, The Florist’s Liverpool branch totally delivers in terms of decor. You’ll be taking photos before you even sit down.

4. Brewhemia, Edinburgh

 

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Edinburgh’s largest restaurant, Brewhemia has lovely little spots like these – perfect for a quick snap. After you’ve taken in the views, enjoy some delicious Scottish produce and hand-crafted cocktails.

5. The Ivy Clifton Brasserie, Bristol

 

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If you’re a fan of modern British cuisine, head to The Ivy in Bristol. You can get a selfie on their famous floral bench, or enjoy some delicious fare (which often includes flowers, too!).

What are your favourite floral or plant-themed restaurants and cafes? Let me know in the comments section.

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