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London’s finest restaurants
Hélène Darroze at The Connaught (French)
The first lady of French fine dining launches her first London restaurant and it’s a winner. Gorgeous modern French fare inspired by her native Landes. Helene has been awarded with two Michelin stars, a testament to her incredible passion and talent.
The Connaught, Mayfair, W1K 2AL
Tues-Fri 12noon-2:15pm, Brunch Sat-Sun 11am-3pm, Tue-Sat 6:30pm-10:15pm
34 (International Cusine)
The sister restaurant of Scott’s chic & warm, the menu is very eclectic you may choose from custom-built burgers with dill relish to the finest slabs of USDA rib-eye, Australian Wagyu, dry-aged Scottish bone-in sirloin and more.
34 Grovesnor Square, London, W1K 2HD
Mon - Fri 12pm to 10.30pm Sat & Sun 11.30am to 10.30pm
Some say the best Indian in London and we must agree. Young, trendy and very vibrant, the food takes centre stage with a large open plan cooking section at the back of the restaurant. The vegetarian section is sublime.
Halkin Arcade, Motcomb Street, Belgravia, SW1X 8JT
Mon-Sat 12.30-2.15pm 5.30-10.45pm; Sun 12noon-2.30pm and 6-10.30pm
Bar Boulud (French Brasserie)
This New York super chef brings his magic across the pond in this wonderful bistro. The food may be unfussy, but the atmosphere is electric.
66 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7LA
Mon-Sat 6:30am-11pm; Sun 7am-10pm
Benares (Modern Indian)
A gastronomic Indian journey in a minimalist, elegant and serene setting. Indian fine dining at its best.
12 Berkeley Square, W1
Mon-Sun 12noon-2.30pm, Mon-Sat 5.30-10.45pm, Sun 6-10.30pm
Café Murano (Italian Cusine)
A handsome space, with a marble-topped bar, chocolate leather banquettes behind, wooden floors and golden, flattering lighting. The cooking follows suit with a northern Italian menu of generous-spirited classics.
33 St James’s Street, London SW1A 1HD
Mon - Sat: 12pm - 2.30pm, 6pm-10.30pm
Le Caprice (Modern British)
Power lunches, post theatre or just a romantic supper for two Le Caprice does it all with style and élan. 20 years old and as youthful as ever.
Arlington Street, SW1
Mon-Sat 12noon-3pm and 5.30pm-12M, Sun 12noon-11pm
Great spot to start your day before commencing the shopping extravaganza in Bond Street. Very buzzy and fun for people watching, with a glass of Prosecco.
5a Burlington Gardens, W1
Mon-Sun 7am-12M, Sat-Sun 8am-11pm
Part of the Cipriani dynasty. Bustling and exciting. C-Londonis not for the meek, but it is a wonderful Mayfair restaurant.
25 Davies Street, W1
Mon-Sun 12noon-2.45pm and 6-11.45pm (Sun -10.30pm)
Chutney Mary (Indian)
Contemporary regional gourmet Indian cuisine within sepia-etched surrounds – a new and exciting central London venue to meet friends, hang out or enjoy exceptional cuisine for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
73 St James's Street, SW1A 1PH
Mon-Fri 7.30-10am; 12 noon-2.15pm and 6-10.30pm, Sat 12.30-2.45pm and 6-10.30pm.
Bar (drinks and bar snacks): Mon-Sat 12 noon-11pm
Elystan Street (Modern British)
Stylish, contemporary takes on European dishes served in a sophisticated dining room. The menus have different lunch and dinner formats where Phil Howard, for many years at The Square, promises to deliver ingredient-led dishes, “full of natural vitality” to every eater.
43 Elystan Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 3NT
Monday to Saturday 12.30 pm - 2.45 pm; Sunday 12:30pm – 3:15pm / Monday to Thursday 6:30pm – 10:00pm; Friday & Saturday 6:30pm – 10:30pm; Sunday 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Fera at Claridge's (Contemporary British)
Inspired by the rhythm of the seasons, Michelin-starred Fera at Claridge's brings a creative and natural approach to contemporary British cuisine. At Fera – which means 'wild' in Latin – the finest seasonal ingredients are transformed with instinct and imagination to capture the essence of nature. Click Here to make a booking.
Claridge's, Mayfair, W1K 4HR
Open seven days a week. Lunch 12pm-2pm, Dinner 6:30-10pm
The menu at Frenchie Covent Garden echoes its Parisian counterpart with simple, generous yet precise dishes influenced by Greg's travels from London to New York via Spain and Hong Kong. It also hosts an ever-changing, carefully selected wine list and seasonal cocktails.
16 Henrietta Street, WC2E 8QH
Mon-Sun 12 noon-2.15pm and 6-10.30pm
Frescobaldi (Italian - Tuscany)
Marchesi de’Frescobaldi used to trade wine for works of art and has been one of Italy’s most celebrated wine dynasties for the past 700 years. Head Chef Roberto Reatini has created an array of delicious dishes that celebrate Tuscany’s rich gastronomic tradition, but with a contemporary twist.
15 New Burlington Place, London, W1S 2HX
Open seven days a week. 12pm-1am
Le Gavroche (French)
A London Institution, you can always be sure to be pampered with stunning French food and an incredible wine list.
43 Upper Brook Street, W1
Mon-Fri 12noon-2pm, Mon-Sat 6.30-11pm
Aficionados particularly appreciate the generous choice on offer – USDA Prime, Irish Black Angus & Australian Wagyu alongside frequent special guests. The in-house ageing room that milks maximum flavour potential from each breed. Very popular.
26 Maddox Street, London W1S 1QH
Gordon Ramsay (French)
10 years old and still phenomenal. The service is note perfect, the wine list is extraordinary but the food is still the main event. One of the best in London. Book ahead.
68-69 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, SW3 4HP
Mon-Fri 12noon-2.30pm 6-11pm
The Greenhouse (Modern Eclectic)
Up there with the best. Creativity, flair and a beautiful wine list make this a perennial favourite. One of the best wine lists in London.
27a Hay's Mews, W1
Mon-Fri 12noon-2.30pm, Mon-Sat 6.45-11pm
The Grenadier (English)
Wonderfully atmospheric pub tucked away down a quaint little Belgravia mews. Top quality, fresh pub classics and a nice selection of ales. The Duke of Wellington visited this house and so did his officers.
18 Wilton Row, Belgravia, SW1X 7NR
Mon-Fri 12noon-3pm and 5.30-9.30pm, Sat-Sun 12noon-9.30pm
The Guinea (English)
A beautifully warm old Mayfair pub with a delightful Grill restaurant at the back of the bar. Great for meaty British classics with a lovely ale or hearty red.
30 Bruton Place, W1
Mon-Fri 12.30-2.30pm, Mon-Sat 6-10.30pm
An opulent, low-lit destination inspired by colonial India’s Days of the Raj sports clubs. Ceiling fans, wood panelling, rattan-trimmed booths. The menu include highlights such potato chaat with chickpeas, tamarind and sev, vibrant tiger prawn kebabs with red pepper chutney, sophisticated partridge pepper fry and soothing, buttery crab curry. It’s all very pukka, but decidedly old school, generous and effortlessly enjoyable.
42 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4JH
Mon-Sat 12N-12.30pm, 5.30-10.30pm
Hakkasan Mayfair (Chinese)
This Mayfair sibling of the original Hakkasan sticks to the same formula, nothing but fantastic Chinese food, lip smacking cocktails and a gorgeous dining room. Some may say it is slicker than the original. Only 4 minutes walk from the Connaught. Over two floors and with a semi private dining area, Hakkasan Mayfair stands out as one of London’s best Chinese restaurants.
17 Bruton St, Mayfair W1J 6AL
Mon-Fri 12noon-3:15pm, Sat-Sun and 12noon-4:15pm, Mon-Sun 6pm-10pm
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal (British)
Heston Blumenthal, the mad scientist behind the legendary Fat Duck in Bray has come to London. In this first venture in the capital the super chef is going back to basics…no smoke and mirrors, just wonderful hearty British food with his own personal twist. The dining room is light and spacious with unique views over Hyde Park.
66 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7LA
Mon-Sat 6:30am-11pm; Sun 7am-10pm
Kai of Mayfair (Chinese)
Sophisticated and chic local restaurant offering the best Cantonese dishes with warm and precise service. The Chilean Seabass is a must. Michelin star rated.
65 South Audley Street, W1
Mon-Sun 12noon-2.30pm and 6.30-10.45pm
La Bodega Negra (Mexican)
This subterranean Mexican might impersonate a sex shop at street level. You’ll find a dining room convincingly decorated as an atmospheric wine cellar. Will Ricker (Zuma) is the man behind the uniquely reworked & inviting street food menu.
9 Old Compton Street, London W1D 5JF
The Ledbury (French)
Sister restaurant of The Square. More and more Connaught guests are singing the praise of this stylish and comfortable restaurant in Notting Hill. Beautifully prepared dishes, precise and unobtrusive service. First class wine list and incredible value for money.
127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, W11 2AQ
Mon-Sat 12noon-2.30pm and 6.30-10.30pm, Sun 12noon-3pm and 7-10pm
Locanda Locatelli (Italian)
Authentic recipes from Lombardy are the main attraction in this super chic Italian venue. Beautiful people in a stylish setting.
8 Seymour Street, Marylebone, W1H 7JZ
Mon-Sun 12N- 3.00pm; Mon-Sun 7pm - 11pm
One of the best restaurants in London. The best food, wine, service and setting in the capital. This is the real deal…An exquisite culinary experience. Book early.
The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, SW1X 7RL
Mon-Fri 12noon-2.30pm; Mon-Sat 6-10.45pm
A touch of Casablanca in the West End. This exotic dining room is fun and lively. For fans of North African cuisine there are plenty of flavours to enjoy.
25 Heddon Street, Mayfair, W1B 4BH
Mon-Sat 12noon-2.30pm; Mon-Sun 6.30pm-11.30pm
MNKY HSE (Latin American)
Spanning two floors, the downstairs will house the main restaurant & bar, accompanied-by a stand alone raw bar, DJ booth and small stage. Upstairs will showcase a second restaurant and bar. Electric and abstract in design. MNKY HSE will provide guests with a hedonistic, multi-sensory experience, bringing the spirit of Latin America to London.
10 Dover Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 4LD
Mon-Sat 5.00 pm till late
Nobu Berkeley (Japanese)
This younger sibling to Nobu Park Lane has proven hugely popular since it opened 3 years ago. Incredible food and the bar is one not to be missed. Book well in advance
15 Berkeley Street W1
Mon-Fri 12noon-2.15pm; Mon-Sat 6pm-1am ; Sun -11.30pm
Nopi welcomes you with its informal, warm & light interior. In the evening it is suffused with a soft glow from brass lamps & a ceiling designed to soak up excessive noise. The menu is inviting and definitely unique, Yottam Ottolenghi’s distinctive sunny flavours typically from the Mediterranean basin, promoting the highest levels of healthy eating.
21-22 Warwick Street, London W1B 5NE
Mon-Sat 8am-11.30pm (Sat 9am- ) Sun 10am-4pm
Park Chinois (Chinese)
Alan Yau’s Park Chinois entertains and delights with grace, charm and elegance. It offers a modern interpretation of the dinner dance aesthetic, underpinned by old-school values.
17 Berkeley Street, W1J 8EA
Salon de Chine: afternoon tea: 12 noon-4:30pm; lunch 12 noon-3pm; dinner 6pm-2am
River Café (Italian)
20 years young and still drawing in the crowds. You may have to fight for a table but it's always worth it. Some of the best Italian food in the country. 20 minutes taxi ride away from The Connaught. Book early.
Thames Wharf, Rainville Road, Hammersmith, W6 9HA
Mon-Fri 12.30-2.15pm (Sat -2.30); Sun 12noon-3pm Mon-Thurs 7-11pm Fri-Sat 7-11.20pm
Roka Mayfair (Japanese)
Contemporary Japanese food continues to impress our guests from the newly launched Mayfair venue a short walk away from the Connaught. As ever The robata grill takes centre stage there are new unique dishes on offer together with many favourite items from Roka’s concept menu –There are also a cluster of usual high-end list of sakés, a very comprehensive wine list and unique shochu-based cocktails. The best décor and ambiance of all Roka restaurants.
30 North Audley Street, London, W1K 6HP
Mon-Fri: 12pm-3.30pm, Sat-Sun:12.30-4pm, Mon-Sat: 5.30-11:30pm, Sun: 5.30-10.30pm
Rules (Traditional English)
London oldest restaurant. Since 1798 it has served traditional British food, specializing in classic game, oysters, pies and puddings. It is still one of THE places to celebrate the The Glorious Twelfth.
35 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, WC2E 7LB
Mon-Sat 12noon-11.45pm, Sun 12noon-10.45pm
Everyone wants to go to Scott’s…and for good reason. Dinner at Scott’s is the height of chic and sophistication and a quintessential Mayfair dining experience. The more casual oyster bar is a good option.
20 Mount Street, W1
Mon-Sun 12N-10.30pm (Sun -10pm)
J Sheekey (Seafood)
Located in theatre land. Excellent classic seafood dishes. Cozy atmosphere with wood panelled rooms populated by glamorous and influential people. Book well in advance. Informal Oyster Bar also available.
28-32 St Martins Court, Covent Garden, WC2N 4AL
Mon-Sat 12noon-3pm and 5.30-12am; Sun 12noon-3.30pm and 6-11pm
Street XO (Asian Fusion)
Street XO London delivers more of the same formula as its sister venue in Madrid, with a menu that takes Mediterranean, East Asian and South American inspiration and a dining experience akin to that of an Asian street market. The dining room incorporates a cocktail bar and a separate dining counter, which is available for walk-ins.
15 Old Burlington Street, Mayfair, London, W1S
Monday to Saturday 12:00 noon- 3:00 pm; Monday to Saturday 6:00 pm - 00:00 midnight
The Square (Modern British)
A venerable favourite. The Square is the definition of luxury. The finest ingredients, an inspired menu and charming service combine to create something truly special
6 Bruton Street, W1
Mon-Fri 12noon-2.45pm; Mon-Sun 6.30-10.45pm (Sun -10pm)
To be one of the best Indian restaurants in London is no mean feat. Tamarind does it with ease by mixing the traditional and the cutting edge. The food is tantalizing.
20 Queen Street, W1
Mon-Fri 12N-3pm Sun 12N-2.30pm; Mon-Sun 6-11.30pm
A very special dining experience from distant Kyoto. Produce is directly sourced making it a truly exquisite experience coupled with friendly, ritualistic Japanese service and atmosphere. Simply unique.
14-16 Bruton Place, W1
Mon-Sat 12noon-2.30pm and 6-11pm
Wild Honey (Modern Eclectic)
Incredible value and beautifully assured cooking in a lovely oak panelled room. This is fast becoming a Mayfair favourite.
12 St George Street, W1
Mon-Sat 12noon-2.30pm and 6-10.30pm, Sun 12.30-3.30pm 6-9.30pm
Jackets and ties. Oysters or Crab. Wine and Champagne. Only for the most well heeled ladies and gentlemen. Wilton’s a restaurant of confidence & class. A true London classic.
55 Jermyn Street, SW1
Mon-Fri 12N-2.30pm 6-10.30pm
The Wolseley (Classic - Eclectic)
All day European style brasserie, The Wolseley is much more than the sum of its parts. Whether it’s a bowl of soup or Beluga Caviar everything is polished, precise and perfect. Also an excellent option for breakfast. Book early.
160 Piccadilly, W1
Mon-Fri 7am-12M, Sat 8am-12M, Sun 8am-11pm
La Petite Maison (French)
This slice of the Côte d'Azur is one of London’s hottest spots. Gorgeous French classics with modern sparkle. Book early.
54 Brooks Mews, W1
Mon-Sun 12noon-2.30pm (Sat 12.30pm) and 6-10.30pm
Yauatcha (Chinese, Dim Sum)
Dim Sum is an art form at this trendy little Soho gem. The vibe is young and hip and the food is extraordinary.
15 Broadwick Street, Soho, W1F 0DL
Mon-Sun 12noon-11.30pm (Fri-Sat -11.45pm Sun -10.30pm)
Northern Italy comes to Knightsbridge in one of London’s most acclaimed Italian restaurants. Beautiful, fresh and consistently delicious.
15 Lowndes Street, Knightsbridge, SW1X 9EY
Mon-Fri 12noon-2.30pm; Sat-Sun 12.30-3pm; Mon-Sun 7-11pm (Sun -10.30pm)
Zuma (Japanese, Sushi)
Sexy, slick, and sumptuous. Cocktails and beautiful people are the name of the game this gorgeous Knightsbridge spot. Book early.
5 Raphael Street, Knightsbridge, SW7 1DL
Mon-Fri 12noon-2.30pm, Sat-Sun 12.30-3.30pm, Mon-Sun 6-11pm
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