Fine dining restaurants

The Typing Room

Chef Lee Westcott knows just which keys to strike for culinary excellence at the Town Hall Hotel in East London.


Yau’s Shanghai show-horse serving highly stylised Chinese dishes to a high-rolling clientele of celebrities, dignitaries, and the odd Arab sheik.


Messy and expensive, this glorified surf-and-turf London experience isn’t for everybody. But a feast for those who go.


A Tom Seller gourmet narrative that runs from Noma and Per Se to Bermondsey.

Bo London

Gourmet to be enjoyed in Mayfair from Alvin Leung, the Hong Kong chef they call the Chinese Heston Blumenthal.

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Inspired by the Great British gastronomic heritage, Heston Blumenthal’s first foray into London is finally open – with no Heinz in sight.

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

‘Cookpots’ keep the fare as rustic as the view at Alain Ducasse’s three Michelin star parkland-inspired eatery.


Gordon Ramsay regains the reigns of this legendary restaurant, restoring a modern European menu with extraordinary set prices.

The Loft Project

Intimate dinners are the name of the game in Nuno Mendes’ apartment, where guest chefs take to the table and parties are as small as the ten-course tasters.


Gallic gastronomy hits the pub. Take an early 19th century space, throw in some art deco fancies, and turn it into one of London’s best ‘brasserie de luxe’.

Sake No Hana

Immaculate St James Japanese. Black-clad waiting staff serve superb tempura, the finest sake and some of the freshest sashimi in the city.


Combining the hubbub of street food with a legacy of royal banquettes, Amaya serves some of the best Indian in town.

Galvin Bistrot de Luxe

Cuisine for an entente cordiale. A classic, clubby establishment with beautiful understated 30s décor, impeccable service and gutsy French cuisine.



Swish surf & turf. An institution on the London gastro-scene, providing seafood aficionados with their daily dose of omega-3.

The Wolseley

Piccadilly’s Grand Café. Whilst most will admit they don’t exactly go for the food alone, there’s no dearth of options with several menus here.

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