1. Fera49 Brook St, London
2. The Clove Club380 Old St, , London
3. The Chancery9 Cursitor St, London
4. Restaurant Story201 Tooley Street, London
5. Grain Store Unleashed at the Zetter86-88 Clerkenwell Rd., London
6. Dabbous39 Whitfield St, , London
7. The Ledbury127 Ledbury Rd, London
8. Kitchen Table70 Charlotte St, London
9. Sketch9 Conduit St, London
10. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester53 Park Ln, Mayfair, London
Located at Claridge's in Mayfair, Fera is a renowned art deco restaurant and has earned Michelin-stars under chef Simon Rogan. The constantly changing menu consists of elevated British cuisine, with dishes that juxtapose flavour, texture, and temperature. We suggest opting for the tasting menu, which gives you a chance to enjoy the range of organic and unexpected dishes.
Set within set within Shoreditch Town Hall the Clove Club pulls off an elegant, rustic vibe with high ceilings, large windows, and an open kitchen in the back, serving up brilliantly crafted British fare and exquisite cocktails. The reservation system is a bit different—you buy tickets like you would for a show—because the name of the game here is a tasting menu; Block off a good chunk of time to get acquainted with Michelin star British cuisine like Cornish mackerel and Yorkshire suckling pig. Or, the bar menu features plenty of fantastic drinks and snacks—light and crispy buttermilk fried chicken is a must-try—you’ll wish you could order by the bucketful.
Hidden deep in the side streets between Holborn and Chancery Ln, this gem has been serving up some of London's best authentic British food for quite some time. Think ash crusted loin of venison, crapaudine beetroot, dates, walnuts, and dried goats cheese. And this is just the tip of the tasty iceberg.
Located in a former toilet, Restaurant Story is the first restaurant from Per Se and Noma alumnus Tom Sellers, who's serving crazy eats like beef-dripping candles and... dill ash(?).
Chef Bruno Loubet runs this pop-up resto, which is located in The Zetter Hotel in Farringdon. The menu puts the spotlight on vegetables in elegant and appealing ways, also offering three tasting menus.
Assuming you can get a table, Dabbous is an excellent option for those looking for an upscale meal consisting of seasonal ingredients. And should you be looking to drink, the bar downstairs is headed by an award winning tender.
Opened in 2005, The Ledbury has been awarded two Michelin Stars and it has been consistently voted one of the finest restaurants in the world. Along with his highly skilled team of chefs, Head Chef Brett Graham crafts unique and flavorful menu items that change seasonally.
Tucked back by the kitchen of Bubbledogs, this Michelin-starred resto showcases the talents of James Knappett and his team as you sit around home-style and get served directly from their pans to your mouth.
'sketch' is the brain-child of Mourad Mazouz and Pierre Gagnaire, who together have brought years of experience and acclaim to make sketch a popular Mayfair stop for culture and food. It is a collision of food and entertainment, and they serve multiple menus of food, plus baked goods and snacks consistenty.
Located in Mayfair, this French resto is one of the best in all of London, garnering three Michelin stars for its phenomenal cuisine crafted by the one and only Chef Alain Ducasse.