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HIX Selfridges, Champagne & Caviar Bar

400 Oxford Street (Duke St entrance), London

HIX Selfridges, Champagne & Caviar Bar, 400 Oxford Street (Duke St entrance), London, London

This must be one of the most sophisticated places to eat, drink and otherwise indulge in a shop in the UK. Located on the Mezzanine floor of Selfridges overlooking the famous department store's accessory hall, it’s a great spot for people watching,... more

The Square

6/10 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London

The Square, 6/10 Bruton Street, London, 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

The Milestone Hotel

1 Kensington Court, London

The Milestone Hotel, 1 Kensington Court, London, London

Deriving its name from an early spelling of Kensington, Cheneston's is an intimate, ornate space with a traditional feel; all leaded windows, mahogany furniture and beautiful open fire place. Chef Kim Sjobakk balances creativity with traditional... more

The Greenhouse

27a Hay's Mews, Mayfair, London

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

One Leicester Street

1 Leicester Street, London

One Leicester Street, 1 Leicester Street, London, London

There's a stripped back, almost austere feel to this intimate hotel dining room. Anyone familiar with St John in Smithfields will instantly recognise it as the work of the London restaurant scene’s oddest couple, chef Fergus Henderson and business... more

Mishkins

25 Catherine Street, London

Mishkins, 25 Catherine Street, London, London

Russell Norman has taken the modern London restaurant scene by storm with his Polpo group of Venetian-inspired wine bars, and has now added this 'kind of Jewish deli with cocktails' joint to his ever expanding portfolio. The signature grungy house... more

MEAT Market

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

MEAT Market, The Deck, London, 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

The Real Greek - Spitalfields

6 Horner Square, Old Spitalfields Market, London

The Real Greek - Spitalfields, 6 Horner Square, London, London

Founded in 1999 by acclaimed chef Theodore Kyriakou, this handsome, contemporary restaurant was hailed for doing exactly what it says on the tin: bringing a taste of real Greek food to the capital. Kyriakou is no longer involved but the brand has... more

Punchbowl

41 Farm Street, Mayfair, London

Punchbowl, 41 Farm Street, London, London

Every stage of Mayfair’s hallowed history has been one of luxury, wealth and fine living. From bohemian playground, to wartime stronghold and thriving financial mecca, the history of London’s most coveted district is a hallowed scroll of glitzy... more

The Cinnamon Club

The Old Westminster Library, 30/32 Great Smith Street, London

The Cinnamon Club, The Old Westminster Library, London, London

The converted Grade II listed former Westminster Library makes for a truly stunning setting for acclaimed chef Vivek Singh's beautifully presented, modern Indian food. Its an impressive space with parquet floors, brown-leather wall panelling and a... more

Hakkasan

8 Hanway Place, London

Hakkasan, 8 Hanway Place, London, London

Chinese cuisine has never tasted so good as at Hakkasan where the vibe is sultry and sexy. Locate the discrete entrance just off Oxford Street, descend the incense infused steps into a basement bar so dimly lit you feel it could be the VIP area of a... more

Brasserie Blanc

9 Belvedere Road, Southbank, London

Brasserie Blanc, 9 Belvedere Road, London, 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

Hereford Road

3 Hereford Road, Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London

Hereford Road, 3 Hereford Road, London, London

Hereford Road is Notting Hill’s answer to legendary ‘nose to tail’ London restaurant St John; head chef Tom Pemberton used to run the kitchen at St John’s Bread & Wine in Spitalfields. Transformed from an old Butcher’s Shop to a modern chic eatery,... more

Nobu

15 Berkeley Street, London

Nobu, 15 Berkeley Street, London, London

Nobu encourages superlatives a plenty. According to some it serves the ‘best black cod on the planet’, Vogue describes it as ‘the world’s hippest restaurant chain’, while Kate Winslet suggests Nobu’s sushi is ‘heaven on earth, and sex on a plate’. It... more

Kitchen Table

70 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London

Kitchen Table, 70 Charlotte Street, London, 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

Les Deux Salons

40/42 William IV Street, London

Les Deux Salons, 40/42 William IV Street, London, London

Chef Anthony Demetre and business partner and maitre'd Will Smith have used dark green leather banquettes, mosaic marbled flooring, aged mirrors and globe lights to create their own little corner of Paris in Covent Garden for their third venture... more

Koffmann's at The Berkeley

The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London

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

Terroirs

5 William IV Street, Covent Garden, London

Terroirs, 5 William IV Street, London, 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

60 Threadneedle Street, London

Brasserie Blanc, 60 Threadneedle Street, London, 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

The Clos Maggiore

33 King Street, Coven Garden, London

The Clos Maggiore, 33 King Street, London, London

It seems everyone agrees, Clos Maggiore is one of the most romantic restaurants in London if the numerous awards its received for that attribute are anything to go by. Blossoming trees overhang the tables and a crackling fire warms the restaurant... more

Rubens at the Palace

39 Buckingham Palace Road, London

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

W1 Restaurant

The Cumberland Hotel, Great Cumberland Place, London

W1 Restaurant, The Cumberland Hotel, London, London

The glamorous interior of this plush hotel dining room is designed by Kelly Hoppen so expect sumptuous fabrics, shimmering diamante drapes, ceiling high wine racks, antique French mirrors and chairs and a stunning Spina chandelier. But technically... more

Green's Restaurant & Oyster Bar

36 Duke Street, St James's, London

Green's Restaurant & Oyster Bar, 36 Duke Street, London, London

Greens is a modern London institution. Now in its third decade of serving familiar, comforting dishes like Cumberland bangers and mash with onion sauce and beer battered fish and chips with minted mushy peas, the restaurant will appeal to those who... more

Upstairs at The Ten Bells

84 Commercial Street, London

Upstairs at The Ten Bells, 84 Commercial Street, London, London

Time was when the best case scenario for a room above a London pub was a Thai restaurant. But these days, you're more likely to find some of the capital's most cutting edge young chefs plying their trade, and that's certainly true of the Ten Bells.... more

Little Social

5 Pollen Street, Mayfair, London

Little Social, 5 Pollen Street, London, London

Following on from Pollen Street 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. Begin at the handsome wooden bar with... more

Indian Zest

21 Thames Street, Sunbury-on-Thames

Indian Zest, 21 Thames Street, Sunbury-on-Thames, London

Chef proprietor, Manoj Vasalkar, has created an impressive venue in which to enjoy modern, regional Indian cuisine. The interior is light and airy with polished wood floors, wicker chairs and white napery. The dark wood bar, together with the Indian... more

Brasserie Blanc

1 Watling Street, London

Brasserie Blanc, 1 Watling Street, London, 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

Zaika of Kensington

No.1 Kensington High Street, London

Zaika of Kensington, No.1 Kensington High Street, London, London

This former bank with its expansive wood-panelled dining room is one of the grandest settings in London to enjoy modern Indian food. OK, so there's biryani and some tandoor cooked items on the menu and lentils, bread and rice are all present and... more

Roka

1st Floor, 40 Canada Square, London

Roka, 1st Floor, London, London

The robata grill is the central feature of this restaurant. Surrounded by a counter fashioned from rough hewn tree trunks diners can watch the theatre of their meal unfold as seafood, meat and vegetables are skilfully prepared. In the summer an al... more

Locanda Locatelli

8 Seymour Street, London

Locanda Locatelli, 8 Seymour Street, London, London

Locanda Locatelli takes Italian cuisine to a new level. Opened by celebrity chef Giorgio Locatelli (revered by many as one of the finest Italian Chefs in the UK) over ten years ago, it has won numerous awards. It’s a stylish, sophisticated venue with... more

Colbert

50/52 Sloane Square, Chelsea, London

Colbert, 50/52 Sloane Square, London, 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

Corrigan's Mayfair

28 Upper Grosvenor Street, London

Corrigan's Mayfair, 28 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, London

There's a hint of the gentlemen's club about Corrigan's. The masculine space features artic-blue leather chairs and banquettes and a discreet hunting lodge theme picked out in details like silver wine coolers with antler handles. But celebrity chef... more

Tom's Kitchen

27 Cale Street, Chelsea, London

Tom's Kitchen, 27 Cale Street, London, London

Top chef Tom Aikens has applied his matchless culinary skills and knowledge to this casual and buzzing bistro and created an all day fun bolthole from big city stresses. Housed in a former pub, the dining room features an open kitchen, lots of white... more

L'Autre Pied

5/7 Blandford Street, London

L'Autre Pied, 5/7 Blandford Street, London, London

The little sister of the acclaimed Pied à Terre, L’Autre Pied is a bijou fine dining restaurant located just off Marylebone High Street. The ambience is informal and relaxed; backlit flower-patterned glass panels, silk wallpaper, bare rose wood... more

Coya

118 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London

Coya, 118 Piccadilly, London, 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

Pollen Street Social

8/10 Pollen Street, London

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

The 3 Crowns

8 East Road, Old Street, London

The 3 Crowns, 8 East Road, London, London

This is a fine example of a modern gastropub run by a truly talented trio: former manager of the Eagle in Farringdon Luca Mathiszig-Lee, head chef Lee Urch of Quo Vaids fame and Rohit Paktar who used to manage Sir Terence Conran's Boundry restaurant.... more

Chavot

41 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London

Chavot, 41 Conduit Street, London, London

This might just be the most glamorous dining room in London. Crystal chandeliers, mosaic tiled floor, caramel banquet seats and polished black wood chairs add make a stunning setting for Frenchman Eric Chavot's polished, modern brasserie cooking.... more

The Bull and Last

168 Highgate Road, London

The Bull and Last, 168 Highgate Road, London, 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

St John Bread and Wine

94/96 Commercial Street, London

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

190 Queens Gate Gore Hotel

190 Queen's Gate, London

190 Queens Gate Gore Hotel, 190 Queen's Gate, London, London

190 Queens Gate has a well-earned reputation throughout London for fine food in an informal, lively, all-day restaurant. 190 Queens Gate has been home to many a celebrated chef and today is no different. This is where our guests come to enjoy... more

The Wolseley

160 Piccadilly, London

The Wolseley, 160 Piccadilly, London, London

Packed from morning till night, The Wolseley is one of London's most popular and successful restaurants. But you'd expect nothing less from owners Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, the men who helped put the Ivy and Caprice on the modern dining map and... more

Amaya

15 Halkin Arcade, Motcomb Street, Knightsbridge, London

Amaya, 15 Halkin Arcade, London, 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

Galvin Demoiselle

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

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

Kitchen W8

11/13 Abingdon Road, London

Kitchen W8, 11/13 Abingdon Road, London, 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

Goodman Canary Wharf

3 South Quay, Discovery Dock East, South Quay, Canary Wharf, London

Goodman Canary Wharf, 3 South Quay, London, London

Right now, London is awash with great steak restaurants, but Goodmans might just be the best of the bunch. Make no mistake, you'll have to pay for this sort of quality, but you meat lovers will not be disappointed. With its dark wood panelling and... more

Pizarro

194 Bermondsey Street, London

Pizarro, 194 Bermondsey Street, London, 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

Park Street, London

Del Mercato, Park Street, London, 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

Dabbous

39 Whitfield Street, London

Dabbous, 39 Whitfield Street, London, 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

J Sheekey

28/35 St Martin's Court, London

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

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