Epicurean Restaurant Guide

Discover our selection of some of the finest restaurants in London...

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

Three Michelin stars and an unforgettable ‘wow’ factor. Shimmering design and passionate care deliver exquisitely prepared masterpieces to remember forever.

The Dorchester, Park Lane, London W1

T: 44 (0)20 7629 8888


Amaranto Restaurant at the Four Seasons

A light and airy space offering modern comfort food created by Executive Chef Henry Brosi, with a private dining room and sun-filled semi-private Captain’s Table for an intimate dining experience. On The Terrace, their tranquil open-air space, provides the ideal setting for relaxed al fresco dining and leisurely seasonal drinks.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, London W1

T: +44 (0) 20 7499 0888


Amazonico London

Super smart and trendy rainforest-themed restaurant for Latin American flavours & sushi, with a glass-fronted kitchen.

10 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1

T: 020 7404 5000


aqua kyoto

Set in a dramatic space on the top floor of the former Dickins & Jones department store in the heart of London’s West End, aqua kyoto epitomises the contemporary Japanese cuisine of Tokyo’s Ginza district.

aqua kyoto offers an experience that encompasses unique styles of sushi and sashimi together with a selection of innovative dishes from the spectacular robata grill.

5th Floor, 240 Regent Street, London W1


aqua nueva

Located above London’s bustling Regent Street, aqua nueva serves contemporary Spanish food which is deeply rooted in a respect for traditional Spanish techniques, whilst adopting a subtle innovative flair.

5th Floor, 240 Regent Street, London W1


aqua shard

This modern British restaurant is situated on the 31st floor of The Shard and offers unrivalled 360 degree views of London. It's the perfect setting to celebrate special occasions or simply enjoy a delicious meal championing British culinary culture.

Level 31 The Shard 31 St. Thomas Street London SE1 9RY



Aquavit, the critically acclaimed and 2 Michelin starred New York restaurant’s London extension. Aquavit London is a fresh, new concept that combines Nordic all-day dining.

1 St James's Market, Carlton St, St. James's, London SW1

T: 020 7024 9848



An elegant brasserie serving up modern European food in the heart of St James’ offering lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Diners can expect a menu filled with contemporary dishes in a relaxed environment.

7-9 St James's Street, London, SW1

T: 020 7321 2111


A Wong

Truly elegant Chinese restaurant in the heart of Pimlico. Offering an a la carte, dim sum and very special 10-course ‘Taste of China’ menu showcasing regional cuisine for which they suggest you allow three hours – enjoy!.

70 Wilton Road, Pimlico, London SW1

T: 020 7828 8931


Bala Baya

Inspired by the sights and sounds of Tel Aviv, Bala Baya is a restaurant and bakery in Old Union Street Arches, Southwark. This is the first stand-alone project from Chef Eran Tibi. Eran's vibrantly progressive cuisine is routed in his mother's Middle Eastern home cooking and generations of baking expertise.

Arch 25, Old Union Yard Arches, 229 Union Street, London, SE



Artisan breads and patisseries all made in-house, with sandwiches and coffee for eat-in or takeaway.

4-6 Russell St, Covent Garden, London WC2

T: 020 3301 1155


Bar Boulud

As the only London restaurant of Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud, Bar Boulud offers a truly special dining experience. A stylish bistro and wine bar specialising in seasonal, rustic French cooking, Bar Boulud’s relaxed ambience and fabulous cuisine has won plaudits from critics and diners alike. Incorporating two large connecting rooms, the restaurant features unique design points such as an impressive zinc topped bar and a sleek open kitchen. As well as the main restaurant, guests have the option of dining at the charcuterie counter where they can watch the chefs at work.

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1

T: +44 (0)20 7235 2000



Barrafina is an authentic Spanish tapas bar with four locations in London; the original site is on Soho’s Dean Street, there are two in Covent Garden, Adelaide Street and Drury Lane, and a fourth in Coal Drops Yard, King’s Cross. Each restaurant has an open kitchen, a beautiful marble-topped bar where guests can sit and watch the chefs at work and stylish red leather stools. The a la carte menus comprise authentic regional dishes from around Spain and there is also a daily changing specials menu unique to each restaurant. The succinct wine list features the finest Spanish sherries, Cavas and wines.

26-27 Dean Street, Soho, London W1

T: 0207 440 1486



Bellanger is a traditional French brasserie and grand café in the heart of Islington. A relaxed, informal dining space and bar pay homage to the golden era of the grand café with food inspired by classics from Alsace with both French and German influence. Live music plays every evening and there is an outdoor terrace overlooking the green.

9 Islington Green, The Angel, London N1

T: 020 7499 6776



Located in Berkeley Square, Benares is a destination for Indian-British fusion cuisine and features a glass-walled kitchen and chef's table.

12a Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1

T: 020 7629 8886


Bluebird Chelsea

A local neighbourhood restaurant on a grand scale. Comprising of a café, bar and restaurant serving a modern European menu.

350 King’s Road, Chelsea, London SW3

T: 020 7559 1000


Blueprint Café

Set a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge, Blueprint Café enjoys one of the most iconic views in London along with serving the best of seasonal British ingredients that have been carefully sourced from local farms and suppliers.

28 Shad Thames, Tower Bridge, London SE1

T: 020 7378 7031


Bombay Brasserie

Ever since 1982, when its doors first opened in fashionable Kensington, London SW7, Bombay Brasserie has been an iconic restaurant destination, famed for its authentic, eclectic Bombay and Indian cuisine. Now has a fabulous terrace for extra seating.

Courtfield Road, South Kensington, London SW7

T: +44 (0)20 7370 4040


Bombay Palace

High-end Indian restaurant with traditional cuisine, decorated with a contemporary flair, chandeliers and modern art in the dining room.

50 Connaught Street, London W2

T: +44 (0) 20 7723 8855


Bob Bob Cite

Quite simply one of the most fabulous restaurants in London! Bob Bob Cité serves French country-cooking in ultra-luxury all-booth dining. Boasting one of the best wine cellars in all of London at truly affordable prices!

Level 3, 122 Leadenhall St, Lime Street, London EC3

T: 020 3928 6600


Bob Bob Ricard

Quite simply one of the most fabulous restaurants in London! Bob Bob Ricard, the iconic Soho restaurant, serves a luxury British & Russian menu to an eclectic clientele in London's most glamorous all-booth dining room. Boasting one of the best wine cellars in all of London at truly affordable prices!

1 Upper James St, Soho, London W1

T: 020 3145 1000


Brasserie Zédel

A grand, bustling Parisian brasserie with an authentic Art Deco interior, Brasserie Zédel is open daily until midnight. Hidden away in the heart of Piccadilly, it serves traditional French food at remarkably good value. Along with the Brasserie, the building also plays host to the ZL Café - a relaxed pavement-level café open from morning 'til late, an authentic American Bar - Bar Américain, and The Crazy Coqs, a live music and cabaret venue.

20 Sherwood St, Soho, London W1

T: 020 7734 4888


Bread Street Kitchen

A bustling and breathtaking space composed of a restaurant and bar, Bread Street Kitchen offers sophisticated yet approachable all-day dining, inspired by the changing British seasons and global influences.

10 Bread Street, London EC4

T: 020 3030 4050


Butlers Wharf Chophouse

Nestled beside Tower Bridge, serving modern British dishes with an emphasis on prime cuts of meat and London ingredients.

Shad Thames, Tower Bridge, London SE1

T: 020 7403 3403


Cantina Del Ponte

A traditional Italian trattoria by the River Thames, with a warm welcome waiting, this is the perfect spot for a quick bit of lunch or relaxed dinner. Rustic and robust, Cantina del Ponte offers an authentic Italian menu.

Shad Thames, London SE1

T: 020 7403 5403


Celeste at The Lanesborough

A richly-decorated dining room, naturally-illuminated during the day by a domed glass roof while seductively aglow under softly lit chandeliers in the evening, Michelin-starred Céleste offers a truly memorable fine dining experience. Honouring British heritage and provenance with modern-European creativity, Céleste's aim is to take you on a culinary journey of great flavours and food with a real story.

Hyde Park Corner, London SW1

T: 020 7259 5599


Chiltern Firehouse

Chiltern Firehouse celebrates contemporary, ingredient-focused cooking, with an underlying American accent. Executive Chef Richard Foster in collaboration with renowned Chef Patron Nuno Mendes has created a fresh menu of reimagined classics and bold new flavours, placing emphasis on seasonality and healthy eating.

1 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, London W1

T: 020 7073 7676


China Tang at The Dorchester

Be transported back to the sumptuous, golden age of Art Deco splendour where a cocktail bar and traditional dim sum menu add extra spice to the mix.

The Dorchester, Park Lane, London W1

T: 44 (0)20 7629 8888


Chez Bruce

Opened since 1995, they have continually served the very best food and drink within a relaxed and informal yet thoroughly professionally orchestrated environment.  Having collected many accolades, prestigious awards and industry gongs over the years, the restaurant remains a firm favourite among the cognoscenti and does not rest on its laurels.

2 Bellevue Road, Wandsworth Common, London SW17

T: +44 (0)20 8672 0114


Chutney Mary

Chutney Mary has been one of London's best Indian restaurant since its creation in 1990 when it was located on the famous King’s Road in Chelsea. It has now been relocated in exclusive St James's and retains all the charm and refinement of old.

73 St James's St, St. James's, London SW1

T: 020 7629 6688


The Cinnamon Club

Innovative Indian dishes served in book-lined former Victorian library with downstairs cocktail bar.

The Old Westminster Library, Great Smith St, Westminster, London SW1

T: 020 7222 2555


Claude Bosi at Bibendum

Nestled within the iconic Michelin House building in Chelsea, Claude Bosi and his team warmly welcome guests into their “home”.

Michelin House, 81 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London SW3

T: 020 7581 5817



Inspired by the great boulevard cafés of Paris, Colbert is an informal neighbourhood rendezvous on Sloane Square. Proudly positioned in the heart of Chelsea, it offers a classic Parisian all-day café menu and is equally popular for a pre- or post-theatre drink. With pavement tables at which to watch the world to go by on warmer days, Colbert is open from breakfast until late, seven days a week.

Sloane Square, London SW1

T: 020 7730 2804


The Connaught Grill

The Connaught Grill, once one of London’s most celebrated restaurants, has returned to The Connaught giving a respectful nod to its distinguished heritage. Design of the restaurant is led by interior architect John Heah with a strong focus on art and craftsmanship complete with extraordinary signature wall panels, tables and chairs made by Mira Nakashima bespoke for the space.

The Connaught, Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1

T: +44 (0)20 7314 3403


Coq d’Argent

Coq d’Argent serves classic French food in its spectacular rooftop setting at No.1 Poultry in the City of London. In addition to the main restaurant, the grill offers a less formal menu at lunchtime.

No.1 Poultry, London EC2

T: 020 7395 5000


Core by Clare Smyth

Celebrating the finest British ingredients for an exceptional and relaxed dining experience in the heart of Notting Hill.

92 Kensington Park Rd, Notting Hill, London W11

T: 020 3937 5086



COYA was born from the spirit of adventure. On a mission to find the most exciting flavours in contemporary cuisine we fell for Peru, home to Incan heritage and a passionate food culture. Spanish, Japanese and Chinese influences mingle with ingredients found nowhere else in the world for a truly unique experience.

118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1

T: +44 (0)20 7042 7118


CUT at 45 Park Lane

A modern-American steak restaurant, mirroring the award-winning original CUT by Wolfgang Puck in Beverly Hills. Fabulous bar upstairs with great service. Worth a trip just to admire the Damien Hirst artwork adorning the walls.

45 Park Lane, London W1

T: +44 (0)20 7493 4545



Italian mainstay for a well-heeled clientele, known for people-watching and classic cuisine. One of Princess Diana’s favourite haunts.

112 Draycott Ave, Chelsea, London SW3

T: 020 7589 4257


Davies and Brook at Claridge’s

Stepping onto the London restaurant scene, Davies and Brook sees chef Daniel Humm come full circle. It was here, as a 15-year-old, that he first found his feet in Claridge’s kitchen. Now, more than 25 years later, Daniel returns with a single goal: to create the most delicious and gracious dining experience.

Claridge's, Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1

T: +44 (0)20 7107 8886


The Delaunay

Inspired by the grand cafés of Mittel-Europe, The Delaunay is an all-day café-restaurant located near Covent Garden on the corner of Aldwych & Drury Lane. It offers a varied selection of classic European food for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner and is perfectly positioned for enjoying a meal before or after a nearby theatre performance. The Delaunay Counter - a traditional Viennese café, sits adjacent to the restaurant and offers a selection of food and drink to eat in or take away.

55 Aldwych, Holborn, London WC2

T: 020 7499 8558


The Delaunay Counter

A traditional Viennese café, adjacent to The Delaunay, offering a selection of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, soups and salads, to eat in or take away. The Delaunay Counter's relaxed atmosphere is reminiscent of typical Mittel-European cafés, serving simple but exceptional food, prepared daily by The Delaunay chefs. Open for hot drinks and Viennoiserie, breakfast and lunch, along with wine, aperitifs and light snacks well into the evening, no reservations are required.

55 Aldwych, Holborn, London WC2

T: 020 7499 8558


Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Dinner is one of the world’s most celebrated restaurants. First conceived in the late 1990s, the idea for Dinner sprung from Heston’s fascination with the savoury ice creams of the late 1800s, the theatre of the Tudor dining experience and the dishes featured in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Through his research, Heston realised that obsession with food is no modern day phenomena, he worked with food historians and the team at Hampton Court Palace, as well as reading cookbooks such as those by the royal chefs of King Richard II. The result is Dinner’s thrilling menu, which perfectly fuses the historic with the contemporary in a uniquely exciting manner.

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1

T: +44 (0)20 7235 2000


Dining Room at The Goring

Within the luxurious setting of a five-star London hotel, The Dining Room is beautifully elegant - a place where traditional and delicious British food triumphs. The holder of a Michelin star and three AA Rosettes, The Dining Room offers an impeccable yet fun dining experience. Under the direction of Executive Chef Richard Galli, they source fresh, high-quality ingredients from suppliers across the British Isles.

15 Beeston Place, Westminster, London SW1

T: 020 7769 4475


Duck and Waffle

Duck & Waffle London offers a playful take on traditional British cuisine with broad European influences emphasizing local, rustic, seasonal and sustainability. Served 24/7 in modern, 40th-floor space with floor-to-ceiling windows.

110 Bishopsgate, London EC2

T: 020 3640 7310


Elystan Street

Uber-chef Philip Howard, previously of The Square, has held two Michelin stars for 17 years, is at the helm of Elystan Street. He serves pure, seasonal, ingredient led, gimmick-free dishes which are full of vitality and flavour.

43 Elystan Street, Chelsea, London SW3

T: 020 7628 5005


Endo at The Rotunda

Endo at the Rotunda is located inThe Helios Building at Television Centre, White City. This Michelin starred venue is famous ofr its 18 course menu which is a journey of intimate personal connections – from preparation to presentation. Touch, taste, technical mastery – an immersive and personalised experience.

8th Floor, The Helios, Television Centre, 101 Wood Lane, London, W12



Neighbourhood favourite, Fischer's, is an informal restaurant and café warmly evocative of Vienna in the early 20th century. A classic Viennese café menu is offered throughout the day, including an extensive choice of salads, schnitzels, brötchen, strudels, biscuits and hot chocolate. Found at the top of Marylebone High Street, Fischer's buzzes from breakfast through to dinner, seven days a week.

50 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1

T: 020 7466 5501



With unrivalled views of the Thames and the iconic Battersea Power Station, Fiume is the perfect setting for tucking into rustic southern Italian recipes and aperitivos. Inspired by the traditional food of Chef Patron Francesco Mazzei’s homeland, the Mezzorgiono, the restaurant serves wholesome, hearty recipes made with fresh, vibrant ingredients from the Med.

Circus West, Battersea Power Station, SW8

T: +44 (0)20 3904 9010


The Five Fields

A native Londoner, Taylor Bonnyman's cooking encapsulates the spirit of the capital. With a foundation built on British produce and seasonality, the cooking incorporates influences from London's broad cultural complexion and outward-looking philosophy.

8-9 Blacklands Terrace, Chelsea, London SW3

T: 020 7838 1082



FOLIE is a restaurant and bar on Golden Square, where Soho meets Mayfair. All day long, guests are invited to rediscover the dining culture of the Riviera, from Marseille to Portofino, through St Tropez and Nice in FOLIE’s opulent and elegant surroundings. Designed by Studio KO, the interiors resurrect the sensuality and glamour of the 1960s and 70s.

37 Golden Square, Soho, London, W1


Galvin at Windows

Dinner with a view at The London Hilton where Chef Patron Chris Galvin and his team have created innovative menus based around seasonal cuisine. All of which make this a sought-after dining experience and the place to go to impress, celebrate a special occasion or just have a great time with friends and family.

Galvin at Windows, The London Hilton, 22 Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1

T: +44 (0)20 7208 4021


German Gymnasium

Situated in the heart of King’s Cross, German Gymnasium offers a stunning Grand Café, a sophisticated first floor restaurant, two bars and an outdoor terrace. With a Mittel-European inspired menu for breakfast lunch or dinner, and late-night glamour at the chic Meister Bar.

King’s Blvd, Kings Cross, London N1

T: 020 7287 8000


Grand Trunk Road

Rajesh Suri and chef Chef Dayashankar Sharma bring you Grand Trunk Road – a popular restaurant in South Woodford that offers mouth-watering unique dishes prepared with high-quality ingredients. Built at the dawn of the 16th century, Grand Trunk Road was ancient India’s first route for traders, leading from Kabul to Kolkata in a long stretch of commerce and compelling recipes that survive to this day.  Grand Trunk Road restaurant captures the exciting flavours from this great stretch of road including the chargrilled barbecued temptations of Peshawar and Rawalpindi, the famous Amritsar fried fish of the Punjab to the sumptuous secrets of Royal Banquets of Delhi and Agra.

219 High Road, London E18

T: 020 8505 1965


The Grill at The Dorchester

Warm and welcoming, this strikingly glamorous, treasure-trove is London’s longstanding British restaurant. Following an exciting relaunch, young talent Tom Booton shares his creative flair and a modern interpretation of classic British cuisine.

The Dorchester, Park Lane, London W1

T: 44 (0)20 7629 8888



Gymkhana is inspired by the elite clubs of colonial-era India where members of high society socialised, ate, drank, and played sport. Gymkhana has held a Michelin star since 2014.

42 Albemarle St, Mayfair, London W1

T: 020 3011 5900



Award-winning Hakkasan offers modern Chinese cuisine, fine dining, world-class mixology, and dramatic design in 12 locations worldwide. With dishes inspired by ancient recipes, a unique wine philosophy, innovative cocktail creations, artistic patisserie, and iconic design, there are many stories that exist behind the scenes… only at Hakkasan.

17 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London W1

T: 020 7907 1888


Harwood Arms

Hidden away in the back streets of Fulham, the Harwood offers award-winning food and wine in a casual and relaxed setting. We champion the very best British produce with a focus on game and wild food. We are also currently the only Michelin-starred pub in London.

T: +44 (0)20 7386 1847


Heddon Street Kitchen

Located off Regent's Street in the heart of the West End, Heddon Street Kitchen is a stylish space set over two floors. Open 7 days a week for Gordon Ramsay classic dishes, delicious cocktails, weekend brunches and al fresco dining on the outdoor terrace.

3-9 Heddon Street, London W1

T: 020 7592 1212


Hélène Darroze at The Connaught

From personally tailored menus to the artfully designed dining room, the newly re-opened Hélène Darroze at The Connaught is an elegant expression of craft. The two Michelin-star restaurant ensures each dish is grounded in seasonal produce sourced from the farmers, makers and growers carefully chosen by Hélène. Every menu is a reflection of your personal tastes, as their chefs transform your selected ingredients into original works of culinary art.

The Connaught, Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1

T: +44 (0)20 7314 3403


Hide Above

Ollie Dabbous’ Hide Above offers diners tranquil views over Green Park and a light-filled dining room. The food is light, elegant and pure. Enjoy a beautifully prepared a la carte or tasting menu, with matching wine flights. It is layers of attention to detail, skill and care that elevates the good into great and the great into the sublime.

85 Piccadilly, London, W1

T: 020 3146 8666


Holborn Dining Room and Delicatessen

Previously the East Banking Hall of Pearl Assurance, Holborn Dining Room and Delicatessen have been designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and reflect the cuisine’s traditional British style, whilst complimenting the historic features of the building. With impressive chandeliers, reclaimed oak furnishings, antique mirrors and opulent red leather upholstery with tweed fabric detailing, the 160 cover restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere, coupled with sophistication and glamour.

No. 252 High Holborn, London WC1



Located on Level 33 of The Shard, the 130-cover restaurant, created by David Yeo, founder of Aqua Restaurant Group serves contemporary Northern Chinese cuisine. Hutong takes its inspiration from the dishes served in the imperial palaces of what was then Peking. Based on the ‘Lu school’ cuisine of Shandong Province, renowned for its seafood and vinegars and with influences from Sichuan Province, famous for its fiery spices and peppers, the menu at Hutong artfully captures the subtlety and surprises of Northern Chinese cooking. The restaurant is named after Beijing’s ancient hutongs – the now fast-disappearing narrow lanes which criss-crossed the city revealing its old family houses, their grand courtyards and life within.

Level 33 The Shard, 31 St. Thomas Street, London SE1



Ikoyi is located in St James's and was founded by friends Iré Hassan-Odukale and Chef Jeremy Chan. The restaurant's chic decor reflects its cuisine: a modern twist on authentic West African flavours.

1 St James's Market, St. James's, London SW1

T: 020 3583 4660


The Ivy

Long-standing celebrity haunt in art deco surrounds for Modern British food and a pre-theatre menu.

1-5 West St, West End, London WC2

T: 020 7836 4751


J Sheekey

Fish and seafood restaurant with horseshoe-shaped bar, an open kitchen and banquette seating.

28-32 St Martin's Ct, Covent Garden, London WC2

T: 020 7240 2565


Jean-Georges at The Connaught

Jean-Georges at The Connaught - infused with style, energy and charm, it’s ideal for relaxed, everyday dining - from divine breakfasts to late night dinners - with the terrace offering the perfect alfresco spot.

The Connaught, Carlos Place, Mayfair, London W1

T: +44 (0)20 7314 3403


KAI Mayfair

The multi-award winning KAI serves a cooking style named 'Liberated Nanyang Cooking'. 'Nanyang' refers to their culinary Heritage which originates from the 'Southern Seas' of China, a region blessed with a tropical climate rich with an incredible diversity of spices, cooking techniques and produce. This diversity forms the basis of the flavours. The ‘Liberated’ approach is all about feeling the freedom to innovate and evolve Chinese cooking without feeling the need to stick to ‘the way it’s always been done’.

65 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1

T: 020 7493 8988


Kaspar's at The Savoy

Provenance takes prominence within Kaspar’s at The Savoy with menus that showcase contemporary seasonal dishes from land and sea that capture the vibrancy of the natural landscape. The restaurant’s dining experience evolves throughout the day, with informal lunches moving into elegant dinners, and a sense of theatre running through the service style that perfectly emulates the vibrant art deco inspired setting. Champagne and seafood are served at a striking centrepiece bar with chefs stepping out of the kitchen for an interactive dining experience.

The Savoy, The Strand, WC2

T: + 44 (0)20 7836 4343


Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at The Corinthia

For his first London restaurant, renowned Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge has created a menu which harks back to classics, and plays on his reputation for serving his own take on the UK’s most celebrated dishes.

The Corinthia Hotel, Whitehall Place, London SW1

T: +44 20 7321 3244


Kitchen W8

Kitchen W8 is that rare thing – a genuinely relaxed and friendly Michelin star neighbourhood restaurant. Their chef since launch has been Mark Kempson whose exceptional cooking along with his team won them their first Michelin star in 2011, an accolade which they have retained each year since then.

11-13 Abingdon Road, London W8

T: 020 7937 0120



Koji is a fun, fine dining Japanese experience, celebrating the vibrant zests & precise methodologies of Japan & their delicate infusion with fresh European ingredients. A very smart restaurant on the trendy New King’s Road that attracts a loyal local following. Hip decor spotlighting artful Japanese small plates, sushi and inventive cocktails.

58 New King's Rd, Fulham, London SW6

T: 020 7731 2520


La Trompette

La Trompette opened in 2001 and has been showered with accolades since the outset; a reflection of the care, dedication and energy invested in the restaurant by the whole team. It serves some of the best food in London but without the formality or prices associated with the capital’s top end establishments.

T: +44 (0)20 8747 1836


Launceston Place

A hidden gem in Kensington, the elegant Launceston Place serves a flamboyant and seasonally-inspired British menu.

1a Launceston Place, London W8

T: 020 7937 6912


Le Comptoir Robuchon

Honouring Robuchon’s world-class inventive French cuisine, both Le Comptoir Robuchon and Head chef Dario Avenca’s cooking embraces dining in a vibrant, buzzy and convivial environment.

Le Comptoir Robuchon is a tribute to Joel Robuchon’s legacy, simplicity, consistency and attention to detail. The restaurant has been gently adapted to ensure the safety and comfort of its guests and team.

6 Clarges Street, Mayfair, London W1


Le Dame de Pic at the Four Seasons

A stunning Michelin-starred French restaurant in the City of London, La Dame de Pic serves signature cuisine from renowned French chef Anne-Sophie Pic.

Four Seasons Hotel at Ten, 10 Trinity Square, London EC3

T: 020 3297 3799


The Ledbury

Chef Brett Graham's innovative cooking, paired with fine wines in a smart, modern setting.

Notting Hill, London W8

Tel: +44 (0)20 7792 9090


Le Deli Robuchon

Le Deli Robuchon, honouring Joël Robuchon’s vision for excellence, simplicity and consistency, Le Deli is the ideal all day dining solution, serving breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks with eat-in or take-away options and offer the very best in French products to purchase, many of which Joël Robuchon chose and championed himself.

82 Piccadilly, London W1


Le Gavroche

The legendary Le Gavroche was opened in 1967 by Albert and Michel Roux Snr. At the time it was the only French restaurant of its kind in London - offering the very best of classical French food with the highest standards of cooking and service. Run by Albert’s son, Michel Roux Jr, since 1991 Le Gavroche continues to maintain the excellence for which it has always been famous.

43 Upper Brook St, Mayfair, London W1

T: 020 7408 0881


Le Pont de la Tour

A D&D London restaurant overlooking the river Thames. The focus is on traditional yet innovative, French cuisine. Situated by Tower Bridge, Le Pont de la Tour is more than just a restaurant – with a bar, food store, wine merchant and bakery – it is the original Gastrodome.

36D Shad Thames, London SE1

T: 020 7403 8403


Locanda Locatelli

Locanda Locatelli is one of the finest Michelin-starred restaurants in London, noted as much for its conviviality as the quality of its food. Imaginative take on classic Italian, with extensive wine list and notable breads.

Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill

8 Seymour St, Marylebone, London W1

T: 020 7935 9088


Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay is an Asian inspired restaurant and bar, with three private dining rooms and two chef's tables. The perfect venue for large exclusive hires, or more intimate gatherings.

10 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London W1

T: 020 7107 0000



Madera at Treehouse London sits at the intersection of elevated Mexican cuisine and experiential dining. As the little sister to Los Angeles based Toca Madera, this ingredient-forward concept is built for the bustling London diner. Active throughout the day and primed to hit another gear at night, Madera offers unique interpretations of Mexican food and cocktails served across breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. As the sun sets so do the lights, but everything else rises - energy, music, expectations. The experience is completely chameleonic - shape-shifting for each meal period while highlighting authentic Mexican flavour complemented by London's best view. The food is complemented by Beverage Director Charity Johnston’s “farm-to-glass” mixolo- gy program, with an intentional focus on a versatile collection of tequilas and mezcals, as well as a rotating list of international beers and wines.

14-15 Langham Place, Marylebone, London W1



Combining style, comfort food, killer cocktails and one of London’s best terraces, with an impressive view overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral.

One New Change, St Paul’s, London EC4

T: 020 3693 5160


Marcus at The Berkeley

Marcus Wareing, working with his chef patrons Mark and Shauna Froydenlund, creates inventive, Michelin-starred modern British dishes. Everything – from the menu and ingredients to the ambience – is designed to give you the best possible experience.

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London SW1

T: +44 (0)20 7235 1200