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Restaurants in London, such as Galvin Demoiselle and Colbert are listed below.

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

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

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, 68 Royal Hospital Road, London, London

68 Royal Hospital Road, London

Gordon Ramsay’s eponymous restaurant combines contemporary elegance, an intimate ambience and unparalleled service, and has all the hallmarks of true excellence. Beautifully presented, each dish not only uses the best ingredients and sublime flavour… 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

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

St John Bar & Retaurant

St John Bar & Retaurant, 26 St John Street, London, London

26 St John Street, London

The austere surroundings of this converted smokehouse are matched by the stripped back food on the plate. Chef Fergus Henderson’s signature roast marrow bones served with grilled sourdough bread and parsley, shallot and caper salad typifies his “nose… 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

Polpo

Polpo, 41 Beak Street, London, London

41 Beak Street, London

Restaurateur Russell Norman used to work for the Caprice group and 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… more

Sketch

Sketch, 9 Conduit Street, London, London

9 Conduit Street, London

Algerian restaurateur, Mourad Mozouz of Momo fame let his imagination run free in the creation of the surreal, sumptuous Sketch, set over two floors of an 18th Century building. It houses a restaurant, cafe, tea room and bar and enjoys quirky… 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

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

Cafe Murano

Cafe Murano, 33 St James's Street, London, London

33 St James's Street, London

This isn't really a cafe, but a smart Italian restaurant from Angela Hartnett who worked for Gordon Ramsay at this very address in the late 1990s when it was trading as Petrus. They’ve made good use of the narrow space with a long white marble-topped… 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

CUT

CUT, 45 Park Lane, London, London

45 Park Lane, Mayfair, London

Legendary is an overused word but perfectly fitting when mentioning the name Wolfgang Puck. He's the man behind Spago in LA, one of the most famous restaurants in the world, and now he's brought his updated version of a classic American steak house… more

Harrison's

Harrison's, 15/19 Bedford Hill, London, London

15/19 Bedford Hill, London

There's a top team behind this neighbourhood favourite. Sam Harrison has teamed up with former boss celebrity chef Rick Stein and experienced restaurateur Rebecca Mascarenhas of Sonny's and Kitchen W8 fame to create this smart casual 90 seat all day… 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

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

Brasserie Blanc

Brasserie Blanc, 119 Chancery Lane, London, London

119 Chancery Lane, 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. Rich wooden floors and oak panelling on both dining floors give a… 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

Enoteca Turi

Enoteca Turi, 28 Putney High Street, London, London

28 Putney High Street, London

Given that an 'Enoteca' is traditionally an Italian wine shop, its no surprise to find an emphasis on all things vinous at this Putney stalwart. Owner Giuseppe Turi trained as a sommelier at the Connaught Hotel and has assembled a list of Italian… more

Bella Vista Cucina Italiana Restaurant

Bella Vista Cucina Italiana Restaurant, 3/5 Montpelier Vale, London, London

3/5 Montpelier Vale, Blackheath, London

This smart affordable neighbourhood Italian, located in the well-healed London suburb of Blackheath punches well above its weight. Exposed brick, comfortable banquet seating and colourful displays of Italian produce make for relaxed yet stylish … more

Corrigan's Mayfair

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

28 Upper Grosvenor Street, 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

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

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

Rules

Rules, 35 Maiden Lane, London, London

35 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London

Oddly, British restaurants are thin in the ground in London, so thank goodness for Rules. Established in 1798, they claim to be the oldest restaurant in the capital and the place oozes old world charm with an opulent interior that boasts ox blood… 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

The Real Greek - Spitalfields

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

6 Horner Square, Old Spitalfields Market, 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

Roti Chai

Roti Chai, 3 Portman Mews South, London, London

3 Portman Mews South, London

There's two sides to Roti Chai. Upstairs, the casual room with its simple wooden tables and chairs and exposed, painted steel girders is the perfect setting for a delicious lunch of Indian street-food-inspired bites. Feast on chicken lollipops: half… more

Racine

Racine, 239 Brompton Road, London, London

239 Brompton Road, London

Racine is home to Henry Harris, one of London's finest chefs who aims to recreate the classic French neighbourhood restaurant in London’s Mayfair. Tables are simply attired in white tablecloths while dark brown leather banquettes and walnut chairs… more

Malmaison Brasserie

Malmaison Brasserie, Charterhouse Square, London, London

Charterhouse Square, London

Part of a nationwide group of glamorous, eccentrically designed boutique hotels, Malmaison brasserie offers reasonably priced, modern European food right in the city centre. Start with half a dozen Maldon oysters or a classic fillet steak tartar,… 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

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

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

Chavot

Chavot, 41 Conduit Street, London, London

41 Conduit Street, Mayfair, 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 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

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

W1 Restaurant

W1 Restaurant, The Cumberland Hotel, London, London

The Cumberland Hotel, Great Cumberland Place, 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

Bar Boulud

Bar Boulud, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, London

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London

A contemporary wine cellar is the inspiration for the decor at Bar Boulud which combines vaulted ceilings and vintage oak, not unlike that used for wine barrels, for the flooring. The food is top New York chef Daniel Boulud’s interpretation of simple… 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

Kai

Kai, 65 South Audley Street, London, London

65 South Audley Street, London

It’s not just the decor that sets this restaurant apart from other Chinese restaurants with its plush gold hued seating and gentle lighting. The a la carte menu covers some 17 pages and demonstrates the diversity of Chinese cuisine. Curiously it… more

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, London

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, 66 Knightsbridge, London

For his London debut, Heston Blumenthal has laid off the scientific approach that made him and his Fat Duck restaurant famous. Instead, he's looked to Britain's culinary past for the inspiration for the menu at this sleek hotel dining room. In the… more

The Gilbert Scott

The Gilbert Scott, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London, London

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Euston Road, London

It used to be that you'd have to go to Paris to enjoy the romance of great food in a railway station, with the promise of new and exciting destinations to add savour to your meal. But that's all changed with the magnificent restoration of St Pancras… 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

Tamarind

Tamarind, 20 Queen Street, London, London

20 Queen Street, Mayfair, London

Executive Chef Alfred Prasad sets himself the challenge of changing your perception of Indian food. This award-winning Indian restaurant in Mayfair offers a fine dining experience which successfully mixes modern and seasonal dishes alongside… more

HIX at The Albemarle

HIX at The Albemarle, 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

Hereford Road

Hereford Road, 3 Hereford Road, London, London

3 Hereford Road, Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, 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

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

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

Roka

Roka, 1st Floor, London, London

1st Floor, 40 Canada Square, 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

The Clove Club

The Clove Club, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, London

Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London

In the grand surroundings of the former Shoreditch Town Hall, Young Turk chef Issac McHale is causing a stir with his progressive, natural cooking. In the lively bar there's a list of sharing plates of some of McHale's 'greatest hits' such as… more

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