The VIVA team love a good rooftop bar, whether it sipping a cold cocktail on a nice summers day or in winter having some mulled wine under a heater with the blanket on gazing the London skyline. We think London has a great selection of rooftop bars. Below find a small selection of the rooftop bars in London reviewed on VIVA. Additionally click this link and select rooftop bars to see a complete list of rooftop bars reviewed on VIVA. or click this link and select rooftop bars to see the top 10 rooftop bars in London.
Known for their amazing views Sushi Samba is located in one of the tallest buildings of London. Whether you are indoor or outdoor, you can book a table that is right on the edge (literally) of the city. Click here to see our review of Sushi Samba.
Overlooking the City of London, Coq D’Argent offers a magnificent view to go along with your drinks. The bar/restaurant is lively throughout the week. We would say that this is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and take in the beauty of London. Click here to see our review of Coq d’Argent
Perched on the 9th floor just a few minutes away from Old Street, The Aviary over-looks his next door neighbour: the City. The complement of their beautiful rooftop terrace and astonishing view is exactly what a city aviary would look like! Click here to see our review of Aviary.
Madison Rooftop Restaurant & Bar
Good food and also perfect place for some drinks. The outside terrace is outstanding with views over St Pauls. Ideal for spending long evenings with friends. Click here to see our review of Madison Rooftop Restaurant & Bar
Whether it’s sunny and warm or bitter and cold, you will be able to use the Boundary Rooftop’s terrace. Very busy in Summer, less so in Winter but it is just as cosy up there thanks to their warm blankets, gazebos and industrial looking chimneys. Each visit promises a new journey. Click here to see our review of Boundary Rooftop
They offer great cocktails and Japanese dishes with a contemporary spin in an ultra-glossy designer rooftop setting. Click here to see our review of Aqua Nueva
Queen of Hoxton
The Queen of Hoxton owns a big corner house and their venue spreads over 3 floors. The ground floor is usually quiet until Thursdays, whilst they’re Moroccan themed rooftop starts getting a crowd mid-week! Click here to see our review of Queen of Hoxton
Bar Elba, minutes away from Waterloo station is based on the theme of the Battle of Waterloo, just like its sister ‘Tonight Josephine’ located in the basement. Click here to see our review of Bar Elba