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Restaurants in London, such as A.Wong and Rubens at the Palace are listed below.

A.Wong

A.Wong, 70 Wilton Road, London, London

70 Wilton Road, Victoria, London

There's lots of options at Andrew Wong's minimal Chinese diner close to Victoria station where regional specialties and street food items are given a modern twist. Grab a stool at the bar for their particular take on dim sum such as clear shrimp... more

Rubens at the Palace

Rubens at the Palace, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, London, London

39 Buckingham Palace Road, London

The Old Master’s Restaurant is a buffet style carvery also famous for its huge breakfast selection. The Library Restaurant offers an intimate atmosphere in which to enjoy award winning English and international cuisine accompanied by the finest... more

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 60 Threadneedle Street, London, London

60 Threadneedle Street, London

Raymond Blanc of Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons’ fame has brought his exquisite fine dining a little more down to earth for his City brasserie. The upmarket styling with brown leather seats and banquettes, pale yellow walls and bright modern artwork and... 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

The Square

The Square, 6/10 Bruton Street, London, London

6/10 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London

The Square is a very grown up restaurant. The pin striped lunch time crowd talk serious business over plates of lasagne of Devon crab with a cappuccino of shellfish and champagne foam. But the outstanding modern haute cuisine, biblical wine list and... more

Tramshed

Tramshed, 32 Rivington Street, London, London

32 Rivington Street, London

Chef to the stars Mark Hix is bang on the minimalist menu trend at this cavernous east London dining room, offering a choice of just steak or chicken for main course. But as this is Mark Hix, its not just any old steak or chicken. The 'Mighty... more

HIX Mayfair

HIX Mayfair, Brown's Hotel, London, London

Brown's Hotel, Albemarle Street, London

This is acclaimed chef Mark Hix's most upmarket outlet, celebrating British food and art in the swanky surroundings of Brown's Hotel. The handsome wood-panelling and smart, colourful banquettes are complimented by a collection of works by leading... more

The Bolingbroke

The Bolingbroke, 174 Northcote Road, London, London

174 Northcote Road, Battersea, London

They really go out of their way to accommodate families at this refined Battersea local with a children's menu with its 'messy spaghetti' and mini hotdogs, books and crayons and fairy cakes to decorate. Adults will appreciate the elegant surroundings... 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

One Twenty One Two Restaurant

One Twenty One Two Restaurant, The Royal Horseguards, London, London

The Royal Horseguards, 2 Whitehall Court, London

If you're after comfort and luxury, then look no further than this opulently appointed hotel restaurant. Sink into your scarlet button-backed banquette and watch as your waiter skilfully de-bones a whole South Coast Dover Sole (one of the best we've... more

Da Polpo

Da Polpo, 6 Maiden Lane, London, London

6 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London

Restaurateur Russell Norman has taken cool London by storm with his group of ultra casual eateries inspired by the back street bacari wine bars of Venice that serve tapas-like chicheti. You could describe the style here as fashionably distressed with... more

Colbert

Colbert, 50/52 Sloane Square, London, London

50/52 Sloane Square, Chelsea, London

Chris Corbin and Jeremy King of The Wolseley fame have opened yet another great restaurant, this time inspired by a Paris boulevard cafe. The buzzing bistro's menu features one plate, all day dining options including sandwiches, cakes and breakfast... more

MEAT Liquor

MEAT Liquor, 74 Welbeck Street, London, London

74 Welbeck Street, London

Hold on to your hats, this is no fine dining joint. Forget linen tablecloths and suited waiters and join the queue for what many consider to be the best burgers in London. The vibe here is more gloomy nightclub than restaurant with neon signs, domed... more

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 9 Belvedere Road, London, London

9 Belvedere Road, Southbank, 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 Festival Hall, this glamorous space with its... more

Theo Randall at The InterContinental

Theo Randall at The InterContinental, 1 Hamilton Place, London, London

1 Hamilton Place, Park Lane, London

Dark wood paneling, mint green leather chairs and etched glass screens provide a sleek contemporary counterpoint to the exquisitely rustic Italian cooking of ex-River Café head chef Theo Randall. A thick tranche of turbot with capers, parsley and... 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

Galvin Bistrot de Luxe

Galvin Bistrot de Luxe, 66 Baker Street, London, London

66 Baker Street, London

Some say British brothers, Chris and Jeff Galvin are beating the French at their own game by winning more awards and critical acclaim in the Bistro business in London than many of their French counterparts. There’s a chic, Parisian feel to the dining... more

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, 13/15 West Street, London, London

13/15 West Street, Soho, London

Covering three floors, the layout of legendary French chef Joel Robuchon's L’Atelier is a somewhat topsy-turvy affair. The top floor is occupied by the elegant bar and terrace where guests can sample an array of innovative cocktails. On the ground... 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

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

Jamie's Italian, Islington

Jamie's Italian, Islington, North Retail, London, London

North Retail, Angel Building, 403 St John Street, Islington, London

This ultra modern glass and steel trattoria is as fresh and funky as its creator, telly chef Jamie Oliver, all glazed brick, exposed girders and trendy metal chairs. Yes, its part of a chain but the quality of ingredients, high standard of cooking... 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

Clarke's

Clarke's, 122 & 124 Kensington Church Street, London, London

122 & 124 Kensington Church Street, London

Clarkes in something of an institution in the area, and is named after Sally Clarke who for 25 years has been extolling the virtues of seasonal, well sourced produce which has become so fashionable in recent years. Testament to the well sourced... 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

Picture Restaurant

Picture Restaurant, 110 Great Portland Street, London, London

110 Great Portland Street, London

You'll sit on school-style metal framed chairs at wooden tables within bare plastered walls at this sharing plates bar and restaurant close to Broadcasting House. There's a reliable pedigree here with the main players all coming from Anthony Demetre... more

The Brown Dog

The Brown Dog, 28 Cross Street, London, London

28 Cross Street, Barnes, London

The Brown Dog is one of those pubs you don’t stumble upon but have to seek out but once you do you’ll realise what a find it is. Hidden down a back streets its self proclaimed ‘dog and kid friendly’ style and location (a short walk from Richmond Park... more

Kitchen W8

Kitchen W8, 11/13 Abingdon Road, London, London

11/13 Abingdon Road, London

Large circular mirrors placed around the room reflect the elegance of this Kensington restaurant. Dove grey banquettes, muted walls and soft lighting provide a soothing ambience. With roots in French cuisine (executive chef is Phillip Howard of The... more

The River Cafe

The River Cafe, Thames Wharf, London, London

Thames Wharf, Rainville Road, London

On a sunny day, there is no better place to be in London than on the River Cafe's Thameside terrace. You could find yourself rubbing shoulders with film stars and assorted media folk, but a family enjoying lunch together are just as likely to be at... more

Assiette Anglais

Assiette Anglais, 489 Liverpool Road, London, London

489 Liverpool Road, Islington, London

There's impeccable cooking, charmingly attentive service and keen prices at this neighbourhood French restaurant. A large marble bar is the centrepiece of a modestly proportioned rectangular room that's simply decked out with wood flooring and white... more

Alain Ducasse

Alain Ducasse, The Dorchester, London, London

The Dorchester, 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

Sonny's Kitchen

Sonny's Kitchen, 94 Church Road, London, London

94 Church Road, London

This long established and well thought of neighbourhood restaurant in the chi chi area of Barnes has recently been revamed by Phil Howard of The Square in Mayfair and is now well worth making a journey for. Its a menu of two halves here, with smart... more

Galvin Demoiselle

Galvin Demoiselle, Fruit, Vegetable and Pantry Food Hall, London, London

Fruit, Vegetable and Pantry Food Hall, Harrods, 87/135 Brompton Road, London

Overlooking Harrods's ground floor fruit, vegetable and pantry food hall on the ground floor, this elegant 'petit bistro' gets the feminine touch from patron Sara Galvin, wife of chef Chris Galvin. The menu, created by Chris and brother Jeff, is just... more

Dabbous

Dabbous, 39 Whitfield Street, London, London

39 Whitfield Street, London

This modernist space with its concrete floor, metal mesh screens and exposed pipe work is home to one of the most exciting and lauded young chefs currently working in the UK - Ollie Dabbous really does walk on water, in a culinary sense at least. ... more

Jamie's Italian, Threadneedle Street

Jamie's Italian, Threadneedle Street, Ground Floor, London, London

Ground Floor, 38 Threadneedle Street, London

In the heart of the City, Britain's best known telly chef Jamie Oliver has created a rather special branch of his nationwide chain of modern tratorrias. The converted Bank of Scotland building makes for a magnificent venue with its high ornate... more

Outlaw's at The Capital

Outlaw's at The Capital, The Capital Hotel, London, London

The Capital Hotel, 22 Basil Street, Knightsbridge, London

The Capital Hotel has been a fine-dining destination for more than 40 years. Now Cornwall based seafood chef Nathan Outlaw joins the illustrious roll-call of chefs to have worked in its famous kitchens that also includes Brian Turner and Gary... more

Smokehouse

Smokehouse, 63/69 Canonbury Road, London, London

63/69 Canonbury Road, Islington, London

The Smokehouse is a handsome red-brick gastropub (formerly known as The House) with a small terrace illuminated by twinkling fairy lights outside and a tastefully minimalist makeover inside. There are tables for drinkers on one side of the large... more

Jamie's Italian, Canary Wharf

Jamie's Italian, Canary Wharf, Unit 17, London, London

Unit 17, 2 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London

Jamie’s Italian in Canary Wharf is possibly the only in the Jamie’s Italian chain to relent and take bookings for parties of any size Monday to Friday lunchtimes, the neighbourhood drop by whenever you can philosophy clearly doesn’t work in Canary... more

Tsunami Clapham

Tsunami Clapham, 5/7 Voltaire Road, London, London

5/7 Voltaire Road, Clapham, London

Fashionably decked out with an interior design of grey, black and gold, this well established modern Japanese restaurant continues to deliver a menu of fresh grazing and sharing dishes with big flavours that are presented beautifully. Start with an... more

108 Marylebone Lane

108 Marylebone Lane, London, London

London

108 Marylebone Lane is a relaxed bar and brasserie that represents local dining at its best in one of London's most neighbourly and charming areas. '108' prides itself on its uncomplicated food philosophy offering simple dishes inspired by... 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

Amaya

Amaya, 15 Halkin Arcade, London, London

15 Halkin Arcade, Motcomb Street, Knightsbridge, London

The kitchen is quite literally at the heart of Amaya, a modern Indian fine dining experience with a theatre style kitchen proudly on show in the dining room. Amaya serves more sophisticated grills than curries and has an array of grilling options to... more

Restaurant Story

Restaurant Story, 201 Tooley Street, London, London

201 Tooley Street, London

Chef Tom Sellers first restaurant occupies one of the most unusual locations in London - a traffic island close to Tower Bridge. The elegant glass and wood structure is an oasis of calm looking out over busy Tooley Street and the Shard beyond with... more

J Sheekey

J Sheekey, 28/35 St Martin's Court, London, London

28/35 St Martin's Court, London

Part of the acclaimed Caprice group that also includes The Ivy and Scotts, J Sheekey is a genuine London theatreland institution that's been around since the dawn of the 20th century. If that makes it sound old fashioned, then a glance a the menu... more

Galvin at Windows

Galvin at Windows, 22 Park Lane, London, London

22 Park Lane, London

Who needs the London Eye when you've got Michelin-starred Galvin at Windows? Twenty eight floors above the capital, you can see into the Queen's back garden from your comfortable window-side seat while enjoying some superb modern French cuisine.... 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

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

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

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

Mayfields

Mayfields, 52 Wilton Way, London, London

52 Wilton Way, Nr London Fields, Hackney, London

This exciting new addition to the London scene (a joint venture between former Shackleton Nights supper club supremo Claire Robertson and Borough Wines) puts east London firmly on the culinary map. A simple cafe-like interior has been enlivened by a... 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

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