Where To Eat, What To Eat


From Shoreditch to Soho, Covent Garden, Islington, and Mayfair discover some of the best and exquisite restaurants in London with a plethora of options. Michelin’s star fine-dining experiences leave you speechless. The ever-growing list of restaurants in London is sure to impress with its authentic cuisine that takes you to the homeland. To avoid wading through countless reviews, we’ve curated a list of best 10 restaurants in London.


Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea

Known for his fiery temper and furrowed brow, Gordon Ramsay has quickly become one of the most famous culinary curators on television. The esculent is tailored with a mix of classic and modern techniques. This flagship restaurant is an ultimate solution for the delivery of elegant French cuisine boasting only the most exquisite seasonal ingredients. Top dishes to order include ravioli with lobster, langoustine, salmon and sorrel, Herdwick lamb with courgette, romesco, black olives and marjoram followed by a delicate raspberry soufflé with pistachio ice cream. Suckling pig, crispy belly, roasted loin, spiced shoulder sausage, chou farci and ham with crushed potatoes and spring onions are also a great option.


The Araki, Mayfair

This exquisite gem holds an intimate dining experience. The counter alone is a 200-year old piece of Cyprus wood, a natural material that absorbs just the right amount of moisture from the rice, a shoo-in for the perfect consistency. Experience the preparation of the world’s greatest sushi by the culinary curators in front of your eyes. The Araki is well worth the long list of reservations, because of its exquisite ever-changing menu.

Suckling pig, crispy belly, roasted loin, spiced shoulder sausage, chou farci and ham with crushed potatoes and spring onions. Source: Clara Alim on Flickr


Amaya, Belgravia

Think authentic, exquisite, sleek and stylish Indian cuisine, Amaya’s tapas-style dining is unconventional with dishes carefully designed for sharing, a memorable gourmet adventure of eclectic Indian flavors. From tandooris to tawa skillets, sigri grills, and dramatic interior design, they’ve got the goods to deliver the ultimate trendy experience. Satisfy your inquisitive palate with seasonal dishes like grilled duck breast with spiced toasted coconut, smoked chili lamb chops with slow-roasted royal cumin and garam masala and tandoori ocean wild prawns.


A Wong, Pimlico

Andrew Wong curates Chinese cuisine with bold flavors and daringly authentic ingredients. Taking inspiration from China’s 14 national borders, the menu is an ode to the country’s diverse culinary landscape. Must-try dishes include braised abalone, shiitake mushroom, sea cucumber, and abalone butter, Chengdu street tofu, soy chili, peanuts, and preserved vegetables and Yunnan seared beef with mint, chili, and lemongrass.


City Social, City of London

Created by Jason Atherton, this gorgeous space has become a go-to place to enjoy the delicious take on Modern British cuisine. Offering a range of dishes from the al la carte menu to bar snacks and private dining, City Social offers precision-tuned contemporary flavors. Lobster tortellini with fennel and yuzu bisque, South Coast halibut with baby gem, girolles and creamy dashi and Josper cooked rib-eye served with triple cooked chips, béarnaise and peppercorn sauce are the must-try on the menu.

Andrew Wong and his kitchen staff Source: Chris Pople on Flickr


Murano, Mayfair

Angela Hartnett’s flagship restaurant Murano is the most welcoming, comfortable and warm atmosphere to have the best dining experience. Celebrate seasonal flavors with dishes like crab risotto with grapefruit, basil, and pickled celery, beef carpaccio with pecan, caviar, and truffle and smoked pork belly with sauerkraut, romesco, and seasonal greens.


Core by Clare Smyth, Notting Hill

Created by Clare Smyth, Core offers experience with the finest seasonal ingredients and relaxed dining. The tailored menu focus from farm to fork dining. Far from pompous, this fine-dining exudes elegance and fun with playful gastronomical delights to boot. Top picks from the menu are Isle of Mull scallop tartare, potato with dulse beurre blanc, herring, and trout roe and duck with red grapes, thyme, honey, and Timut pepper.


Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Knightsbridge

Known for his fascination with molecular gastronomy, Heston Blumenthal takes things to a new level. Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Dinner is yet another trophy of innovation and a new favorite for many. Treat your taste buds with dishes like Earl Grey tea cured salmon, roast marrowbone with smoke anchovy, snails and radish and Iberico pork chop with pea’s pudding, blood pudding, pickled onion, and mint oil.

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal Source: Laissez Fare on Flickr


Locanda Locatelli, Marylebone

Created by Giorgio Locatelli, one of London’s most highly regarded Italian chefs, Locanda Locatelli is a real treat for all. From superbly crafted pasta to melt-in-your-mouth risotto and succulent tagliata, you can taste the love in every bite. The sumptuous meal will be incomplete without, prosseco and scallop risotto, pasta parcels filled with Ossobuco and chargrilled Scottish rib-eye steak with smoked aubergine, red onion, and rocket pesto.


Clove Club, Old Street

From the austere dining room to its intentionally curated avant-garde menu The Clove Club has it all. Priding itself in a relaxed atmosphere, the Clove Club is a masterpiece of contemporary dining, thoughtful and precise and of course oh-so-delicious.




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