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Established in 1998 and holder of three Michelin stars, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is unrivaled when it comes to fine dining in London. Chef Patron Clare Smyth MBE leads her dynamic team in providing elegant and unsurpassed modern French cuisine.
This intimate restaurant seats 45 guests surrounded by the stylish interiors designed by Fabled Studio, combining contemporary elegance and unparalleled service, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay has the hallmark of true excellence.
Address: 68 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London SW3 4HP
Reservation: 020 7352 4441
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
Alain Ducasse is one of the world’s most decorated chefs. Known not only for his incomparable French cuisine, Alain Ducasse has created innovative dining concepts reflecting international influences, and consequently has earned a reputation for phenomenal cuisine.
Address: The Dorchester, Mayfair, Park Lane, London W1K 1QA
Reservation: 020 7629 8866
Seasonal Modern French haute cuisine in a sophisticated yet quietly casual, art-filled dining room. Philip Howard has been chef and co-owner of The Square since its opening in 1991. Whilst the style of his cooking has evolved and progressed, receiving many awards and accolades along the way, the fundamental backbone of his dishes remains unchanged. Impeccable seasonal ingredients are accurately cooked and brought together on the plate in a harmonious, elegant, yet satisfying manner.
Address: 6 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London W1J 6PY
Reservation: 020 7495 7100
Pied à Terre
Pied a Terre won its second Michelin star in the 1990s. Head chef Tom Aikens departed soon after, taking his extravagantly weird cooking with him, but they have managed to remain one of London’s half-dozen two-starred restaurants in spite of the fire that flambéed the dining room in 2004. That, at least, gave them the chance to redecorate, and the dining room is now younger and hipper than its previous staid incarnation, with smooth curves and big mirrors that reflect the gleaming cutlery.
The menu is contemporary French, from the ‘little-piles-of delicious things’ school, where thin slivers of delicious things are stacked between scoops of foams and purees. Chef Shane Osborn has a delicate touch and offering dishes far less tough on the arteries than many restaurants of this quality – something he achieves without sacrificing a morsel of flavour.
Address: 34 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2NH
Reservation: 020 7636 1178
After an extensive refurbishment the former Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley has reopened as Marcus. The new interiors masterfully reflect and complement the modern, fresh approach that Marcus Wareing has taken across the board with the re-launch of his eponymous two Michelin starred restaurant. The new ‘look’ exudes cool sophistication; a carefully considered blend of timeless elegance, clean, classical lines and a refined color palette provides a fresh, inviting and relaxing backdrop for Marcus and his team to thrill and enchant their guests.
Marcus remains at the helm, working closely with Head Chef Mark Froydenlund. The essence of the food has been retained but has been updated. The menus deliver modern European food with a British influence characterized by the finest produce, exacting execution and creative flair. Tasting plates are an innovative new offering, as is the option of ordering just one course at lunch.
Relaxed formality is the order of the day and is no more apparent than in the service, led by Restaurant Manager Daniel Greenock who strikes the perfect balance between engaging, knowledgeable, passionate, attentive and unassuming.
Address: The Berkeley, Belgravia, Wilton Place, London SW1X 7RL
Reservation: 020 7235 1200
Le Gavroche was the first UK restaurant to be awarded one, two and three Michelin stars. The chef de cuisine is Michel Roux Jr, who took over the reins from his father, Albert in 1991. Michel Roux Jr presents classical French haute cuisine in a modest dining room with famous artworks.
The fact that Le Gavroche continues to maintain the highest of reputations amongst both diners and critics is testament to the excellence of the food being prepared by Michel.
Address: 43 Upper Brook Street, London W1K 7QR
Reservation: 020 7408 0881