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Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley

Marcus Wareing continues to strive for the pinnacle of Michelin-starred haute cuisine – & most readers reckon he’s almost there, despite the odd comment about post-Ramsay ‘ennui’ ...

The Ledbury

Few restaurants manage to summon up that magical mix of red-hot gastronomic thrills, real style & spirited vibes, but The Ledbury pulls it off in brilliant fashion – & fully deserves the title ...

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon

At the head of a global empire sprinkled with 26 Michelin stars, French überchef Joël Robuchon is a serious force to be reckoned with. Opened in 2006, his London outpost continues to wow, seduce ...

L'Anima Restaurant

If chef Francesco Mazzei’s gleaming Bugatti of a restaurant can be hard to find for first-timers, there can’t be an Italophile in the City who hasn’t memorised the address. Following a mild ...

Hibiscus Restaurant

Maverick turned Mayfair overlord Claude Bosi is one of gastronomy’s rare breed – a superstar chef who has eschewed TV fame in favour of ‘sticking to the kitchen’. However, that ...

Hakkasan Restaurant

High-rolling Hakkasan remains one of the most talked-about restaurants in the capital, & continues to preach its sexy oriental gospel to full houses regardless of the downturn. Its smouldering, ...

The Cinnamon Club

Housed in the baroque splendour of the Old Westminster Library, The Cinnamon Club stands out as a true original. The beautifully restored, Grade II-listed building retains many Victorian features & ...

Chez Bruce

‘Fabulous’ Chez Bruce is everything a great neighbourhood restaurant should be: jolly, welcoming & classless, yet with sufficient gastro-clout to draw foodies from afar. Following ...

Arbutus Restaurant

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Arbutus should be chuffed to have been copied by so many. The oft-borrowed practices – serving top-quality wine by the carafe, or applying Michelin-level ...