Paramount: a Bar and Restaurant with a View at 385 feet

The private club launched in 2008 at the top of Centre Point has recently opened its restaurant and bar to the public, offering what is arguably the most glamorous view across London.

When it comes to enjoying a cocktail with a view (French Rock’n Roll with absinthe is a personal favourite), there are not many places that can beat Paramount, the private members club launched in 2008 by French entrepreneur Pierre Condou (owner of Century in Soho) which is now opened to the public.

Located on the 32nd floor of iconic Centre Point, the modernist building designed in 1966 by architect Richard Seifert, it offers 360-degree viewsacross London, and a stylish interior by Tom Dixon, including a very impressive grand copper bar. Pure panoramic glamour…

Paramount restaurant and bar: Centre Point, 101–103 New Oxford Street WC1 (Tottenham Court Road) 020 7420 2900. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday.