Here are some of our favourite restaurants in London.
- 1880 Restaurant - (hotel & restaurant) - Two
words will describe it: Expensive and breathtaking.
- Adam Street- (club restaurant) - The à la carte menu is modern British club food; simple but fabulous. There is also the weekly changing Club Menu at £16.50 with two choices for starter and main. You have to be a restaurant member else you will have a £10 cover charge added to your bill when not accompanied by a member.
- Boisdale Restaurant - (restaurant) - Boisdale of Belgravia is situated in an elegant Regency town house, just north of Buckingham Palace Road and a short stroll
from Victoria. Its bars, restaurants and private dining room are open on weekdays
and Saturday evenings and offer a selection of menus to suit every budget.
- Brian Turner Mayfair - (restaurant) - Typical Dishes
- Le Boudin Blanc Restaurant - (restaurant) - The a la carte offers traditional French cooking along the lines of Escargots or Onion soup and Coq au Vin or Jarret de
Porc et lentilles. Features an extensive wine list with a patriotic feel.
- Butlers Restaurant Chesterfield Mayfair - (hotel
& restaurant) - Discreetly tucked away off Berkeley Square, the four star
deluxe Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel with its Butler Restaurant offers elegant dining
matched by first class British cuisine with a few international influences.
- Café des Amis Restaurant -
(restaurant) - The a la carte menu created by Koenrad Inghelram ex Albert Roux
is seasonal and typically French and again boasts quality, price and flair and
offers such dishes as lemon sole Nicoise, roasted duck, petit pois a la francais
and chocolate soup for dessert.
- The Capital Restaurant - (hotel & restaurant)
- Located in Basil Street, in the heart of Knightsbridge, it is currently the
only London restaurant situated within a hotel to hold two coveted Michelin stars.
- Chez Gérard Restaurant - (restaurant) - Soak
up the 1930's Parisian brasserie style atmosphere in the original Chez Gerard.
- China Tang at The Dorchester - (restaurant) - Indulge
in the finest Dim Sum and authentic Chinese cuisine or simply pop in for fabulous
cocktails and soak in the buzzing atmosphere.
- The Cinnamon Club Restaurant - (restaurant) - In
pursuit of excellence their team of 18 chefs were all recruited from five star
hotels and palaces across India, spanning the breadth and depth of this great
country and her cuisine.
- Durrants Restaurant - (hotel & restaurant) - The antiques throughout the hotel are a reminder of the 18th century origins and create the unique Durrants atmosphere. Durrants restaurant and bar are key features of the hotel, open to both residents and non-residents and form very much part of the hotel activity.
- L'Escargot Restaurant - (restaurant) - The ground
floor restaurant buzzes with life and excitement, while upstairs the Picasso Room
provides a more intimate and discreet ambience for fine dining.
- L'Etranger Restaurant - (restaurant) - Designed
by Andy Martin, the sophisticated minimalist décor of grey, oak flooring
and subtle lilacs provides the perfect stage for Jerome Tauvrons fragrant
- Guinea Grill Restaurant (The) - (pub/restaurant)
- The grill room was established in 1952 and has gained a reputation as one of
the finest purveyors of high quality steaks in Britain.
- Imperial China Restaurant - (restaurant) - You enter
via a little wooden bridge over a carp pond into a lovely, dark-wood clad space.
Cantonese cuisine at its best.
- Kai Mayfair Restaurant - (restaurant) - A menu, filled with
exciting recipes from every corner of China depicting their diverse styles of
cooking. Recipes from the light seasonings of Peking food to the hot, spicy and
stronger flavours of the Szechuan kitchen are but a taste of the repertoire.
- Mon Plaisir Restaurant - (restaurant) - Mon Plaisir
is London's oldest French Restaurant, serving the traditional French cuisine and
- Patisserie Valerie at Sagne - (restaurant) - Founded
in 1921 by Monsieur Sagne from Verlay, Switzerland
- Petrus Restaurant - (restaurant) - Pétrus
has won many accolades including a Michelin star. The name of the restaurant comes
from the famous Château in the Bordeaux wine region, which is renowned for
producing some of the world's finest wines.
- Porters English Restaurant - (restaurant) - Private
restaurant that was opened 1979.
- Le Relais de Venise Restaurant - (restaurant) -
Le Relais de Venise LEntrecôte centres around one very
simple menu a starter of a green salad with walnuts, followed by trimmed
sirloin steak and chips with a secret sauce and to finish, a selection
of desserts. The most famous aspect of Le Relais de Venise LEntrecôtes
reputation is the secret sauce a recipe that has been in the family for
- Richard Corrigan Restaurant - (hotel & restaurant)
- Award winning chef Richard Corrigan heads this quirky Soho success story. The
modern British cooking recalls his Irish roots and fits perfectly into the vibrant
West End business and social dining scene.
- Roussillon restaurant - (restaurant) - Specialising
in Classical French cooking and the wines of south-west France, but with a emphasis
on using the best available British produce, Roussillon was the first restaurant
in Britain to introduce - alongside its a la carte - seasonal Garden Menus, which
offer diners an experience where vegetables are the focus of the meal.
- Rules Restaurant - (restaurant) - Rules was established by Thomas Rule in 1798 making it the oldest restaurant in London. It serves traditional
British food, specialising in classic game cookery, oysters, pies and puddings.
- Shepherd's Restaurant - (restaurant) - Shepherd's
offers a two or three course set-price menu of an enticing blend of traditional
and modern British cooking at its very best.
- Shikara Restaurant - (restaurant) - Offers
full flavoured, full-bodied dishes from the northern region of India.
- Strand Palace hotel - (hotel & restaurant)
- The Strand Palace is one of London's best hotels for business and leisure guests.
Their guests now experience the latest standards of comfort together with everything
they need right on the premises from shops, restaurants and bars to a sophisticated
conference and banqueting centre.
- Tartine Restaurant - (restaurant) - The tartine
concept is based on the traditional French dish known as a tartine.
A tartine is similar in style to the Italian bruschetta and they are ideal as
a main course or shared tapas style.
- Tate Britain Restaurant - (restaurant) - Rex Whistler's
mural decoration 'In Pursuit of Rare Meats' completed in 1927, still adorns restaurant
- The Terrace Restaurant - (restaurant) - The Terrace
Restaurant is one of the roomiest venues in London. With its vented natural sunlight
captured in the shadows of the stone pillars, it boasts a blend of old and new
world within its classical yet contemporary surroundings. With the bustling West
End below, the restaurant offers a relaxed and refined dining experience.
- Windows Restaurant - (restaurant) - Situated on
the 28th floor with superb views over London and outstanding service, Windows
prides itself with award winning chef Jacques Rolancy and the stately charm and
elegance of a modern international menu.
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