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Restaurants in London, such as Murano and Hedone are listed below.

Murano

Murano, 20 Queen Street, London, London

20 Queen Street, London

Angela Harnett MBE opened Murano in Mayfair in August 2008 and reflecting her ancestry, there’s a strong Italian influence to the cuisine. The dining room is light and airy with a stylish, decor which boasts hand painted fresco panels, traditional... more

Hedone

Hedone, 301/303 Chiswick High Road, London, London

301/303 Chiswick High Road, London

Swedish émigré Mikael Jonsson's elemental approach to cooking that lives and dies by the quality of the ingredients on the plate has won him raves from bloggers and critics alike. Not bad for a self-taught chef who only a few years ago still made his... more

Kitchen Table

Kitchen Table, 70 Charlotte Street, London, London

70 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London

Hidden away behind a curtain at the back of Bubbledogs hot dog and champagne bar is top chef James Knappet's intimate fine dining experience. As the name suggests, there's just one 'table' or counter with nineteen stools arranged around an open... more

Chapters All Day Dining

Chapters All Day Dining, 43/45 Montpelier Vale, London, London

43/45 Montpelier Vale, Blackheath Village, London

Chapters brings a dose of West End glamour to upmarket Blackheath village with a chic interior that features green olive banquets, dark wood furniture, natural stone floor, exposed brickwork and a zinc bar. But the accent is firmly on casual dining... more

Club Gascon

Club Gascon, 57 West Smithfield, London, London

57 West Smithfield, London

Club Gascon brings the flavours and wines of South West France to Smithfield. Occupying a former Lyons Tea House the innovative restaurant has held a Michelin star for over ten years. Chef Pascal Aussignac encourages the diner to dismiss the... more

The Delaunay

The Delaunay, 55 Aldwych, London, London

55 Aldwych, London

Restaurateurs Corbin and King have been the names behind some of London's most iconic names including The Wolseley and now they've added another to the list. Designed by the renowned David Collins, The Delaunay conjures up a grand European cafe with... more

Zuma

Zuma, 5 Raphael Street, London, London

5 Raphael Street, Kinghtsbridge, London

Zuma in Knightsbridge is an achingly cool fusion Japanese restaurant offering a sophisticated twist on traditional izakaya informal dining. To make the most of it, order a bunch of dishes to share and let the kitchen decide what’s the best order to... more

The Modern Pantry

The Modern Pantry, 47/48 St John's Square, London, London

47/48 St John's Square, Clerkenwell, London

The Modern pantry’s ground floor cafe is a casual affair with white washed brick walls and striking copper pendant lights. Service begins here with breakfast perhaps with poached eggs, grilled chorizo and caramelised plantain fritters. Light... more

Koffmann's at The Berkeley

Koffmann's at The Berkeley, The Berkeley, London, London

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London

The rustic flowers add a note of informality to this otherwise sophisticatedly attired restaurant located in London’s swish Berkeley hotel. You can watch the production of your dinner unfold in the open kitchen from one of the leather banquettes.... more

St John Bread and Wine

St John Bread and Wine, 94/96 Commercial Street, London, London

94/96 Commercial Street, London

Bread and Wine shares the same stripped back architectural approach to interior design as sister restaurant St John, all bear wooden tables, painted white walls and exposed pipe work. The menu language is as austere as the surroundings with... more

Green Man & French Horn

Green Man & French Horn, 54 St Martins Lane, London, London

54 St Martins Lane, London

Part of the excellent Terriors group of wine bar/restaurants, this converted pub may be the only place outside of France to sample the particular pleasures of the Loire Valley including a comprehensive natural and biodynamic wine list and a selection... more

Jamie's Italian, Covent Garden

Jamie's Italian, Covent Garden, Unit 33, London, London

Unit 33, 10/12 Upper St Martin's Lane, London

Jamie’s Italian in the modern St Martin’s Courtyard development in Covent Garden is the flagship central London site of this mid-priced, charming chain. The modus operandi is the same, simple, rustic Italian food and decor served up in bustling,... more

Coya

Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, London

118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London

This sultry basement Peruvian restaurant comes the same stable as Zuma, Roka and Le Petit Maison among others, so no surprise it's an upmarket take on the trendiest food in London. All the key elements of the cuisine are present and correct;... more

Terroirs

Terroirs, 5 William IV Street, London, London

5 William IV Street, Covent Garden, London

Set over two floors, this unassuming wine bar and restaurant seconds from Charing Cross champions natural, organic and biodynamic wines on a 40 page wine list containing over 200 bins. The outstanding food follows the philosophy as well, with all of... more

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 35 The Market, London, London

35 The Market, Covent Garden, London

Raymond Blanc brings the sort of French elan that makes his Oxfordshire hotel and restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons’ so magical to his group of affordable city centre brasseries. Opposite the Royal Opera House, the airy and spacious restaurant... more

Brula

Brula, 43 Crown Road, London, London

43 Crown Road, St Margarets, London

Brula is a buzzy neighbourhood bistro that has been offering an ever-changing menu of consistently good French and modern European dishes to keep locals coming back for more for over a decade. Expect to find a classics like chicken liver parfait and... more

The Bull and Last

The Bull and Last, 168 Highgate Road, London, London

168 Highgate Road, London

This is a real gastropub that welcomes drinkers with its range of locally brewed beers served in the main bar with its stuffed bulls heads, scuffed bar stools and period tongue and groove wall panelling. Service is warmly inviting and portions of the... more

Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill

Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill, 11/15 Swallow Street, London, London

11/15 Swallow Street, London

Tucked away in a beautiful Victorian building on a side street between Piccadilly and Regents Street, they've been serving top quality seafood here since 1916. A former head chef in the 90's, Richard Corrigan reinvigorated the landmark restaurant... more

Bistrot Bruno Loubet

Bistrot Bruno Loubet, The Zetter, London, London

The Zetter, St John's Square, 86/88 Clerkenwell Road, London

Chef Bruno Loubet is back in town with Bistrot Bruno and back impressing the critics after his self-imposed exile in Australia. The menu is refreshingly simple but mouth-wateringly good and includes a concise selection of authentic French dishes... more

Nobu

Nobu, 19 Old Park Lane, London, London

19 Old Park Lane, London

There are no excessive frills to distract from the food at Nobu, just clean lines, comfortable black leather banquettes and blond wood tables. The restaurant continues to produce the same Japanese style food with South American influences it has done... more

Benares

Benares, 12a Berkeley Square House, London, London

12a Berkeley Square House, London

There may be alchemy afoot as chef Atul Kochhar’s Mayfair turns basic ingredients into delicately spiced nuggets brimming with authentic Indian flavours. The overall feel is contemporary although there are nods towards Indian culture in the... more

Marcus at the Berkeley

Marcus at the Berkeley, The Berkeley, London, London

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London

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 relaunch of... more

The Ritz London

The Ritz London, 150 Piccadilly, London, London

150 Piccadilly, London

If you're in the mood to seriously spoil someone special, then a meal at the Ritz is a grand gastronomic treat. The large dining room is one of the most opulent in the whole of London with swagged curtains, pink chairs and gilded statuettes and very... more

Merchants Tavern

Merchants Tavern, 36 Charlotte Road, London, London

36 Charlotte Road, London

This former warehouse space has been given a cracking makeover with lots of exposed brick, chairs in contrasting claret, bright red and grey fabrics and green leather banquettes. In the roomy and comfortable bar you can eat and drink extremely well... more

Hix Oyster & Chop House

Hix Oyster & Chop House, 36/37 Greenhill Rents, London, London

36/37 Greenhill Rents, Cowcross Street, London

It doesn't get much more local than the De Beauvoir smoked salmon 'Hix cure' on the menu at this lively bistro, close to Smithfield market. Chef and owner Mark Hix cures and smokes the fish in his own back garden in the nearby De Beauvoir area of... more

The Anchor & Hope

The Anchor & Hope, 36 The Cut, London, London

36 The Cut, South Bank, London

This critically acclaimed meat-fest of a Gastro pub is in Waterloo close to the Old Vic theatre. If you appreciate good, gutsy, seasonal British food with a strong meaty bias then this is the place for you. There’s no bookings apart from Sunday... more

Maze

Maze, 10/13 Grosvenor Square, London, London

10/13 Grosvenor Square, London

Perched on a high stool at the glamorous polished bar you may be persuaded to drop your regular tipple in favour of one of Maze’s adventurous cocktails – perhaps a beetroot and chocolate martini. Your culinary voyage continues in the equally stylish... more

Yauatcha

Yauatcha, 15/17 Broadwick Street, London, London

15/17 Broadwick Street, Soho, London

Yauatcha is a trendy dim sum restaurant in Soho designed by Christian Liaigre as a modern reinterpretation of an old Chinese teahouse with an open plan layout and kitchen. It offers a large range of Chinese and Indian teas and an all day grazing... more

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 1 Watling Street, London, London

1 Watling Street, London

Raymond Blanc brings the sort of French elan that makes his Oxfordshire hotel and restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons’ so magical to his group of affordable city centre brasseries. Indulge in a pre-dinner drink in the smart bar then grab a... more

The Ledbury

The Ledbury, 127 Ledbury Road, London, London

127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, London

The Ledbury is a classy affair. Attentive, knowledgeable staff serve up haute French-inspired cuisine. Hugely talented Australian-born chef Brett Graham is a culinary superstar in the making, creating bold, complex dishes. A seven course tasting menu... more

Market

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43 Parkway, Camden Town, London

Market in Camden is a world away from the MSG-laden international cuisine found on the local Camden market stalls and so it is little wonder why it has been so well received by customers and critics since it burst on the scene. A beautifully... more

MEAT Market

MEAT Market, The Deck, London, London

The Deck, Jubilee Market Hall, Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, London

This might be more grunge eating than grand dining, but you can't argue with the effort owner Yianni Papoutsis put into researching what many say is the best burger in London. This branch of the wildly hip and successful Meat Liquor overlooks the... more

City Social

City Social, Tower 42, London, London

Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London

All good things come to those that wait, yes it may take a month to get a table at City Social and then what seems like an age to clear security in Tower 42 but the views and culinary experience is most definitely worth it. City Social is located on... more

Lima

Lima, 31 Rathbone Place, London, London

31 Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, London

Peruvian cuisine has thousands of years of history behind it yet its only just begun to make its mark internationally. In Lima, London can now boast one of the best restaurants outside of Peru itself to sample the food that's as delicious as it is... more

Brawn

Brawn, 49 Columbia Road, London, London

49 Columbia Road, Bethnal Green, London

Ed Wilson just might be the best chef you've never heard of. Having trained with the likes of the Galvin brothers, Wilson opened Terriors in Covent Garden back in 2009 and now heads up a group of four wine bar/restaurants including this simple... more

Alain Ducasse

Alain Ducasse, The Dorchester, London, London

The Dorchester, 53 Park Lane, London

Alain Ducasse is one of the best chefs on the planet and his London outpost exudes glamour and style. The refined dining room is a quiet riot of beige with the private ‘Table Lumiere’ providing a stunning centre piece with its luminescent fibre optic... more

Zucca

Zucca, 184 Bermondsey Street, London, London

184 Bermondsey Street, London

Zucca is the ideal modern urban Italian trattoria There’s a warm, smiley greeting, almost absurdly low prices and a short menu of simple, ingredient-led dishes that’s the antithesis of cheffy indulgence. The look is River Café-lite (chef Sam Harris... more

Marco

Marco, Stamford Bridge, London, London

Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London

Culinary legend Marco Pierre White's flagship restaurant might be located in the Chelsea Football Club Complex at Stamford Bridge, but it shouldn't be left just to the match day crowd. Although Marco hung up his kitchen whites well over a decade... more

Apsleys

Apsleys, The Lanesborough, London, London

The Lanesborough, Hyde Park Corner, London

This is one of London's most opulently over the top and luxurious hotel restaurants. There's acres of plush upholstery in the Venetian-style dining room that can also boast a glass roof, impressive feature chandeliers and huge fresco. The... more

Pizarro

Pizarro, 194 Bermondsey Street, London, London

194 Bermondsey Street, London

Genial Spanish chef Jose Pizzaro serves gloriously, deliciously rustic dishes at this seriously buzzy casual restaurant. It's a restaurant-of-the-moment (complete with the fashionable yet annoying no-bookings at dinner policy) that will have foodies... more

Del Mercato

Del Mercato, Park Street, London, London

Park Street, London

An espresso bar, pizzeria, bakery and restaurant, this is a little slice of Italy from Legendary London restaurateur Claudio Pulze in a series of vaulted railway buildings a stone's throw from Borough Market in south London. The uncluttered interior... more

Social Eating House

Social Eating House, 58 Poland Street, London, London

58 Poland Street, London

Following on from Pollen Street Social and Little Social, acclaimed chef Jason Atherton continues to bring the sort of top quality cooking and ingredients you'd normally associate with formal fine dining to a more relaxed setting. The first floor bar... more

Brasserie Zedel

Brasserie Zedel, 20 Sherwood Street, London, London

20 Sherwood Street, London

Restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King of The Wolseley and The Delauny fame have turned the Frenchness up to 11 at their faux grand Parisienne brasserie yet somehow steered clear of cliché and created something genuinely thrilling. The sheer... more

The Greenhouse

The Greenhouse, 27a Hay's Mews, London, London

27a Hay's Mews, Mayfair, London

Tucked away in a charming Mayfair mews, The Greenhouse is one of the most delightful places in London to dine. The elegant, recently refurbished dining room features displays of tree branches enclosed behind plate glass, echoing the restaurant's... more

The Malt House

The Malt House, 17 Vanston Place, London, London

17 Vanston Place, Fulham, London

French chef Claude Bosi of Hibiscus fame has installed the talented Marcus McGuinness to run the kitchen of this smartly renovated Fulham pub with rooms. There's a tasteful decor of olive green walls, cream tongue and groove, British Racing Green... more

KOYA

KOYA, 49 Frith Street, London, London

49 Frith Street, London

This simple good value Japanese noodle restaurant is all about purity and quality. Decor is stripped back, just a traditional cloth 'noren' curtain at the door and bare walls and tiled floors within. The menu is simple too - its all about Udon Sanuki... more

Grain Store

Grain Store, Granary Square, London, London

Granary Square, 1/3 Stable Street, King's Cross, London

French chef Bruno Loubet is best know for meaty creations like the snails and meatballs he serves at Bistro Bruno at Clerkenwell, but his latest venture is a much more vegetable-led affair. Occupying a large corner site in the regenerated Kings Cross... more

Spuntino

Spuntino, 61 Rupert Street, London, London

61 Rupert Street, Soho, London

According to its twitter account, Spuntino is '27 stools and a popcorn machine'. If you really want to find out what its all about, you'll have to make your way to Soho and probably join the queue for what it perhaps the hippest of Russell Norman's... more

Dinings

Dinings, 22 Harcourt Street, London, London

22 Harcourt Street, London

This contemporary Japanese Tapas and Sushi restaurant was opened a few years ago by two ex-Nobu chefs to rave reviews. It commands a strong foodie following for its stripped back yet comfortable surrounding, friendly atmosphere and it's original take... more

Pollen Street Social

Pollen Street Social, 8/10 Pollen Street, London, London

8/10 Pollen Street, London

'Casual fine dining' sounds like marketing nonsense, but chef Jason Atherton, formerly of Gordon Ramsay's Maze restaurant has made it a magnificent reality. Dishes such as escabeche of quail, chicken liver cream, nuts and seeds are as modern and... more

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