If you’ve ever felt that a restaurant didn’t quite fit into your life, take a look at Devonshire Terrace, a London concept restaurant with a truly flexible approach to drinking and dining. Designed around the Bauhaus theory of ‘utilisation of all space’, Devonshire Terrace provides a wide range of areas for use in just the way that suits you – so you might enjoy dinner in the simple, attractive dining room with its numerous booths and tables, or you might prefer to enjoy the luxury of a private dining room, complete with its own terrace. Speaking of al fresco, Devonshire Terrace also boasts a rather glorious non-smoking terrace and, of course, a balcony for smokers. But its not just the restaurant itself that’s flexible, Devonshire Terrace’s menu is based on the similar idea that only you know what you really want from your meal. The modern European selection therefore provides a great deal of choice, giving you the opportunity to create the perfect dish for yourself from a selection of tapas, starters, steaks, mains and sides. Affordable and delicious breakfasts and lunches are also available as well as high quality cocktails and a sublime list of wines and champagnes.