All over the world there is one restaurant that everyone has heard of; The Hard Rock Café. It is famous for its food, theme and lovely waiters and of course London has its very own restaurant as well. A little history that perhaps not everyone knows is that the very first Hard Rock Café opened its doors to the public in 1971 and it was actually here in London. Now, several years later, it has become a very popular restaurant and is now the world’s leading collector and exhibitors of rock ’n’ roll memorabilia.
If you want to visit Hard Rock Café here in London, it is actually very easy to get there. The address is 150 Old Park Lane and the closest tube stop is Hyde Park Corner on the Piccadilly Line. All you have to do then is walk up Old Park Lane and you will find the restaurant on your left side.
This is not the cheapest restaurant to have your dinner in, but again it is not the most expensive either. And the food and atmosphere is great and this is a place where the kids will have fun as well. My personal favourite here is the famous fajitas, the legendary burger and the Hard Rock Nachos. The nachos are actually a starter, but it is big enough for a meal unless you are several people sharing.
Because this is a popular restaurant it could be a good idea to book a table if you’re a big family/group so that you don’t have to wait a while to get a table. Or if you don’t eat late you could be lucky, as I believe it is after 6pm it starts to get busy.
Like many other Hard Rock Cafés, the London one also has a Rock Shop where you can buy your souvenir t-shirt or shot glass. I happen to really like this restaurant, and if you do too then you should definitely visit the one here in London.