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What to Wear to the UK’s Most Instagram Worthy Restaurants

Instagram has cast its influence upon the way we live, look, shop, travel and of course, eat. But it isn’t always the healthy images of post gym shakes and protein focused meals  that excite us. It is the fancy candle lit dinners and melting chocolate puddings that really get our thumbs tapping. From pictures at brunch with a minimal aesthetic to a pretty-in-pink afternoon tea, our world is obsessed in documenting mealtimes and the stylish places we can eat at. Cultured foods, tastes and experiences all come into play when dining out, and at Coggles we want to support your search for the best restaurants to feed your hunger and your Instagram following…

Sketch – London

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Tea for two? Sketch, London, is well renowned for its unconventional toilets,  pods and uniquely artistic take on restaurant dining. Offering a range of aesthetics, you can opt to dine in The Gallery, The Glade, The Parlour, The Lecture Room and Library or The East Bar and Pods. For a refined afternoon tea, head to the Parlour to be met with finger sandwiches, cakes, pastries, and your choice of tea, coffee or a cocktail. A combination of the setting, food and interior design make for an enticing picture, sure to make any follower envious.

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Refuge By Volta – Manchester

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The definition of ladies who lunch, in the current world, is changing. Not only to encompass working women, but the culture through which lunch is enjoyed. Although  ‘lunching’ has become more recognisable as a social activity, the quality of food and places they are eaten in has become increasingly important. The Refuge in Manchester offers a lunch option for everyone. Whether a full meal is intended in the Dining Room, or snacks suit best in the Public Bar or Winter Garden, every meal can be enjoyed with authentic scenery and ‘Instagrammable’ shots.

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Neighbourhood – Liverpool

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If you’re a nibbler, Neighbourhood Liverpool will not only excite your tastebuds, but your Instagram following too. From small plates to social dining platters, this menu becomes more Instagrammable by the course. Influencers and celebrities alike have been spotted here dancing the night away after a share plate or two.  And that is not all – Neighbourhood Liverpool is a one-stop night out with live entertainment, saxophone and bongo drum players and a live DJ every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Don’t forget your dancing shoes, oh, and your camera!

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Peggy Porschen – London

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In search of a sweet treat? Peggy Porschen is the ultimate Instagram must-visit. From every angle this bakery looks idyllic. If customers are not busy snapping the entrance and all its flowers, they’re consumed by the gorgeous array of perfectly placed and arranged treats indoors.  With a large variety of pastries, cakes, nibbles and drinks, not only will your stomach be full, your camera roll will be too.

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Tattu – Leeds

For some, an impromptu dinner out can cause all kinds of outfit stresses. What is the atmosphere going to be like? Is there a dress code? At Tattu Leeds, you don’t have to worry because not only is it a darker setting, the atmosphere is relaxed, yet stylish, and there is much more to think about than your outfit. Influenced by Chinese recipes, Tattu offers a unique experience of contemporary dining with plenty of photo opportunities and Instagram worthy dishes.

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Sky Garden – London

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Located 155 metres up, you’re sure to have great food with a view. London’s Sky Garden is a great place to watch the sunset over a cocktail or two, or enjoy the evening skyline over some tasty food. With a great botanical presence, London’s highest public garden is not an opportunity to miss, especially for Instagram. From the City Garden Rooftop  bar to the Sky Pod bar, terrace dining to brasserie restaurants, there is enough to take picture of for weeks – and still keep your followers engaged.

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The Florist – Bristol

In search of a sensory experience to beat the average brunch? The Florist in Bristol believes in charming all the senses with their floristry as well as serving up some tasty ways to start the day. Offering fragrant cocktails, varying menus and many non-gluten options, this restaurant is the ultimate catch-up hang out. Set with a background of pinks and pastel hues, The Florist has a filter all of their own.

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Words by Olivia Seed | Images courtesy of restaurant brands



Olivia Seed

Olivia Seed

Editor

A minimalist fashion fan with high interests in the odd print or check. Constantly trying to make my home look like a catalogue; you can find me shopping for cute bedding, candles and other Instagrammable interior accessories.


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