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Tasty and hopefully tantalising, a dinner date in London is a good old fashioned way to get to know someone new.It might be fine dining or a bite to eat at your local café – whatever you fancy – a dishy date can be the order of the day.

Having a roommate will defray the costs—and could lead to romance if that roommate can introduce you to available friends and co-workers. Get Outside English gardens are famous for a reason.

On a clear day, take advantage of the Royal Parks and get to know each other away from the hubbub of the city.

At the Regent’s Park, hire a boat and work up a sweat together as you row across the Boating Lake.

If gin's your thing, try Graphic Bar on Golden Square - their martini selection is second to none and their 'Paint Tin Punches' will get your night off with a bang. Slightly off the beaten track on Rupert Street is the hottest new table in town The Palomar, where interesting, delicious food from Jerusalem is served by energetic, friendly staff who create a brilliant atmosphere – perfect for a first date you want to be fun and memorable (with no space for awkward silences). If you can't can't get a table there, you're still spoiled for choice when it comes to established restaurants of the highest quality.

Copita (D'Arblay Street) is a chilled out tapas bar with great wine, Quo Vadis is a Soho institution serving British cooking at its best and Jackson Rye, Richard Caring's brilliant latest venture on Old Compton Street, brings the best of New York dining to London.

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