A taste of London – and the world!
Top-end fine dining, adventurous independents and a great range of ethnic cuisine means you’ll never go hungry here.
Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester
Executive Chef Jean-Philippe Blondet interprets Alain Ducasse’s Michelin star cuisine with a modern and refined approach, consistently championing and enhancing current British and French seasonal produce.
Alyn Williams at The Westbury
Elegant, understated and chic, Alyn Williams at The Westbury is a shining star in Mayfair’s ever-growing Michelin constellation. The restaurant is located in London’s most exclusive and exciting dining neighbourhood.
Amaya focuses uniquely on sophisticated Indian grills, seasoned with subtle complex marinades using time honoured Indian grilling methods. These are prepared in full view in a theatrical restaurant show kitchen.
Andy’s Greek Taverna
With a reputation for its friendly relaxed atmosphere, good food, good wine and good company, Andy’s Greek Taverna has become popular with many celebrities, and has built up a regular clientele over the years.
Aqua Shard serves exquisite dishes using the freshest produce presented with style, in a buzzing environment. Here you can expect to sip innovative cocktails with stunning views from Level 31 of The Shard.
For little more than the price of the average Thai meal, you get fresh and well-sourced ingredients, clear and authentic flavours and a very high level of friendly service at Awesome Thai, on Church Road in Barnes.
Bateaux London Cruises
As the boat sets sail, enjoy fresh food served to your table whilst London’s landscape unfolds around you. The tailored entertainment on every cruise enriches the experience and creates something truly timeless.
Unlike other Japanese restaurants, Benihana St Paul’s has no conventional kitchen – you will have your very own chef at each table, who will cook your meal in front of your eyes on traditional hibachi grill tables.
Boqueria provides the diners with the genuine tapas experience – delicious Spanish food, wine and sherries in a fabulous contemporary setting. The menu has been designed by Andalucias, a most exciting young chef.
Boundary is an elegant and sophisticated dining room. Rooted in classic recipes and techniques, the a la carte menu is intentionally anachronistic, with the aim to recreate authentic versions of the great dishes of French cuisine.
Bubbledogs offers the unlikely coupling of hot dogs and the world’s greatest grower champagnes. The restaurant offers a choice of pork, beef, and vegetarian hot dogs. All of the hot dogs are made from 100% British meat.
Located in a vibrant, pedestrianised Exmouth Market, Caravan is a bright and airy space with glazed frontage on two sides. The restaurant’s style is relaxed, open and friendly, and it even has its own in-house roastery!
Cereal Killer Cafe
The Cereal Killer Cafe is the Worlds first international cereal cafe and is obsessed with everything cereal. The cafe sells over 100 different types of cereal from around the world, if it can be sourced, it will be sold!
Champagne + Fromage
Champagne + Fromage brings rustic fare and fizz to London, served the French way. Menu highlights include the tartines, cheese and charcuterie boards, salads, cheeses, seasonal specials and of tempting desserts.
Chiltern Firehouse celebrates contemporary, ingredient-focused cooking, with an underlying American accent. The Grade II listed Gothic Victorian building ha been transformed into a swanky New York style brasserie.
China Tang was conceived by Sir David Tang, the founder of China Clubs in Hong Kong, Peking and Singapore. China Tang restaurant offers some of the best and most authentic Cantonese food outside China.
Circus is a beautiful collision of cabaret restaurant and cocktail bar nestling in the heart of London’s vibrant Covent Garden. The highly popular pan-Asian menu is constantly transforming with new and exciting dishes.
Comedor is an Argentine restaurant serving a range of classic and modern South American dishes. The menu features exciting seasonal dishes, using the best of British ingredients, cooked the Argentinian way.
Corrigan’s Mayfair redefines the concept of quintessential British and Irish cuisine, fusing seasonal produce with the Chef’s unmistakable flair. It combines 21st century luxury and style with down-to-earth, home-inspired cooking.
Dabbous is a Michelin-starred restaurant and bar in London’s Fitzrovia, which opened its doors in 2012. The restaurant serves seasonal food that is simple, light and delicious, in a relaxed and upbeat setting.
Dans Le Noir
Dans Le Noir is a sensory journey. Dining in absolute darkness, being hosted and served by the visually impaired, will change your perspective of the world by inverting your point of view. It is a sensory experience.
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
Having spent years researching and exploring Britain’s gastronomic past, Blumenthal and executive chef Ashley Palmer-Watts, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is one of the world’s most celebrated restaurants.
Duck & Waffle
Duck & Waffle offers a playful take on traditional British cuisine with broad European influences emphasising local, rustic, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Dishes are designed for sampling and sharing.
Faulty Towers: The Dining Experience
When the audience become diners in the ‘Faulty Towers’ restaurant, pretty much anything can happen! Expect a two hour tour de force of gags and shambolic service as Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve you a 70s-style three course meal!
Fiddie’s Italian Kitchen aims to deliver the very best Italian food in the heart of London. Whether it’s a quick takeaway or a full sit down meal in the friendly restaurant, you’ll love the food and come back for more!
Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen is a ‘non-profit’ restaurant and bar. The chefs cook elegant, rustic, honest food that flicks your senses from classic, nostalgic flavours to new, inspired dishes cooked by super-skilled young minds.
Galvin at Windows
Chef Patron Chris Galvin and his team have created seasonally inspired menus based around modern French haute cuisine. Situated on the 28th floor of the London Hilton is renowned for its stunning views over the capital.
Located on Lavender Hill in Battersea, Gastronhome offers the finest French cuisine and the most delectable wines. The restaurant propose a popular five course tasting menu with matching wines, as well as a la carte options.
Gordon’s Wine Bar
The award-winning wine list at Gordon’s Wine Bar is varied and full of interesting wines at very reasonable prices. Food comes in proper portions ranging from homemade pies to wonderfully mature cheeses.
There are no geographical boundaries to the influences that have inspired the eclectic menu; they are a culmination of Bruno Loubet’s extensive travels and the years he has dedicated to his beloved vegetable patch.
Hard Rock Cafe
Enjoy freshly prepared American entrees and classic favourites. From flavourful salads, to savoury signature dishes, the chefs use only the freshest ingredients to create culinary perfection for every guest at Hard Rock Cafe.
In the beautiful surroundings of Hélène Darroze’s two Michelin-starred restaurant at The Connaught, her lifelong passion for the finest produce and incredible skill is reflected in every aspect this intimate dining experience.
Situated on Level 33 of western Europe’s tallest building, The Shard, Hutong serves authentic and exquisite Northern Chinese dishes using the freshest produce, presented with style and in a buzzing environment.
Jar Kitchen is a Covent Garden independently-run restaurant serving locally sourced, seasonal food for lunch, pre-theatre and dinner. The new-wave café offers a good line in Ottolenghi-style vegetarian dishes.
Le Gavroche offers a delicious French menu complimented by an unpretentious atmosphere and a 60,000-strong wine list. It was the first UK restaurant to be awarded one, two and three Michelin stars.
The Michelin-starred Locanda Locatelli was opened by Giorgio Locatelli who is considered by many to be one of the best Italian chefs in the UK. The main dining room at Locanda Locatelli offers spacious seating.
London Luxury Quarter
Home to over two thirds of the top 100 celebrated luxury brands, London’s Luxury Quarter hosts 15 luxury 5 star hotels, and an impressive 23 Michelin star restaurants with 31 stars awarded between them.
Marco Grill is quite possibly one of the best steakhouses in West London. Dishes here include an unrivalled range of signature steaks and steak sharing platters, including the 28oz Porterhouse and the 35oz Tomahawk.
Marcus delivers modern European menus with British influence using the highest quality produce, creative thought and exacting execution. Expect a relaxed dining experience in an elegant and contemporary setting.
Maxwell’s Bar & Grill
Maxwell’s serves up a menu of American-style favourites: prime cut steaks, hamburgers, potato skins, surf ‘n’ turf, fresh fish and light salads. The cocktail bar is also a big draw, with bartenders mixing a host of classic cocktails.
Mews of Mayfair
Mews exudes exclusivity, but there’s no membership fee. It’s a rare combination that keeps visitors coming back time and time again to enjoy the fine food, signature cocktails, champagnes and star-studded wine list.
This light, calm, convivial restaurant space has pastel-coloured maps of Taiwan, framed Taiwanese stamps, and contemporary prints dotting its patchily whitewashed walls, serving steamed buns, small plates and cocktails.
Mr Fish prides itself in providing a first class and truly traditional fish and chips experience by using only the best quality, freshest ingredients, all prepared and cooked using traditional methods to perfection.
The eponymous Nobu London was the first European venture for the celebrated Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa. The menu draws heavily on Matsuhisa’s classic Japanese training as a sushi chef in Tokyo.
Located on the 32nd floor of the Shard, Rainer Becker’s Oblix offers a contemporary, sophisticated yet relaxed dining experience. The wood fired oven, charcoal grill and spit roast are the heart and soul of the kitchen.
Pharmacy 2 serves classic British and European food, catering for visitors to the exhibitions during the day, and evening diners when the gallery is closed. The menu reflects a passion for quality food made from fresh ingredients.
Pidgin is a small but perfectly formed restaurant serving a set four-course, weekly changing asian-inspired menu. Although small, the restaurant is beautifully plain: grey tabletops and banquettes, bentwood chairs.
The iconic Planet Hollywood offers a vibrant atmosphere and a menu of not only classic American favourites including burgers, wings and speciality cocktails but also authentic Asian, Italian and a special kids menu.
Indulge in stunning seasonal dishes like ricotta pancakes with banana and honeycomb butter, buttermilk chicken with waffles and a poached egg croissant with avocado, chilli and lime at Radio Rooftop Bar.
The Rainforest Cafe recreates the sights and sounds of the rainforest with stunning special effects with thunder and lightening storms, tropical rain showers and cascading waterfalls. It’s fascinating for children.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
Holding three Michelin-stars, Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurant provides elegant modern French cuisine using the finest seasonal ingredients and employing both classic and modern techniques.
Sarastro offers a unique and opulent carnival of the senses that gladdens the heart, delights the eye and captivates the soul. Enter a world of drama, passion and excitement where exuberant colour when you dine here.
Centred in the heart of Camden Stables, Seawise brings you the best of English seafood cuisine. With fresh seafood delivered daily and prepared for each order, you are guaranteed one of the tastiest offerings.
Sexy Fish is an Asian fish and seafood restaurant located on Berkeley Square, Mayfair. Decorated with artwork from Damien Hirst, Frank Gehry and Michael Roberts, the look and feel is mid-century glamour.
Singapore Garden continues to draw people from all over town, the restaurant specialises in authentic Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine with a menu consisting of mouthwatering sambals, curries and noodles.
Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s culinary genius has inspired the menus throughout sketch. His eponymous Michelin three-starred Paris restaurant has a distinctive menu style, which he has adapted for sketch.
Order innovative dishes and signature cocktails at SkyLounge while enjoying 360-degree views that include the Tower Bridge, The Shard and the River Thames. The resident DJ will help set the mood of your night.
Sông Quê Café
Sông Quê Café proudly serves authentic Vietnamese food cooked fresh and packed with different flavours and textures! Situated in the heart of Shoreditch, the Café draws the crowds from far and wide.
Strut & Cluck
A restaurant serving dishes inspired by home cooking, where the star of the show is free range turkey meat prepared with unexpected combinations, alongside seasonal produce with an Eastern Mediterranean twist.
Located on the 38th and 39th floors at 110 Bishopsgate, Sushi Samba delivers a very unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, culture, music and striking design to the city of London.
Taste of Nawab
Taste of Nawab serves exquisitely spiced Indian and Bengali cuisines, freshly prepared by the award-winning Head Chef. The restaurant takes pleasure in delivering you beautiful, freshly cooked meals.
Tea at The Ritz
Indulge in finely cut sandwiches with classic fillings together with freshly baked scones with strawberry preserve and clotted Devonshire cream, followed by a delectable selection of afternoon tea cakes and pastries.
The intimate restaurant offers a very personal dining experience with space for just nine covers and has a set menu costing around £300 per person. It was opened by Japanese sushi master Mitsuhiro Araki in 2015.
Home to an award-winning comedy club, a fine dining restaurant, the largest pub quiz in West London, beer and food pairing events, and an ever changing line up of guest ales, there’s something for everyone here.
The Dining Room
The Dining Room sources fresh, high-quality ingredients from suppliers across the British Isles, from Romney Marsh lamb to fish from the Cornish coast, as part of its commitment to serving the finest British food.
A charming, much-loved pub, The Dove has been a fixture of London life for centuries. Set on the river, it’s the best pub in Hammersmith for great atmosphere, wonderful fresh food and of course a quenching pint of ale.
If you’re looking for something quick and tasty, you’ll find tempting pub grub downstairs in the bar, or on the heated riverside deck. Upstairs in the intimate dining room you’ll discover sumptuous white-linen service.
The Grapes is one of the oldest pubs in London, even Charles Dickens was a patron. Whether you’re after a quick lunch, a romantic dinner by the river or just a friendly greeting in your local pub, take a trip to The Grapes in Limehouse.
The Leather Bottle
The Leather Bottle is a historic pub that has been serving fine ales and food to loyal customers for over 300 years. You can expect to be spoilt for choice at the bar here with at least four cask conditioned ales.
The menu throughout the pub and restaurant offers delicious British gastro-pub dishes and European-fusion style food, freshly cooked to order by the chefs. The restaurant boasts great views over the river.
The Medieval Banquet
Discover the entertainment and food that awaits you at The Medieval Banquet, from sword fighting knights and dancing wenches, to contortionists and minstrels. The banquets are cooked in house using fresh ingredients.
Gordon Ramsey’s The Narrow restaurant, bar and terrace serves simple but elegant food. Alongside the ingredient-led menu, the restaurant has fresh cuts, fish of the day and other British classics on the blackboard.
The Wilmington is an elegant and comfortable public house, perfect for drinking and dining at any time of the day. The menu is updated monthly to make the best use of the freshest seasonal ingredients.
The Wolseley is a café-restaurant in the grand European tradition on London’s famous Piccadilly. With a spectacular Grade II listed interior, the restaurant buzzes from early morning until late, seven days a week.
Trader Vic’s offers an eclectic collection of global cuisines using Chinese wood-fired ovens, tropical cocktails and an exotic atmosphere bedecked with authentic artefacts and trappings from around the world.
Constantly exploring new ingredients and recipes from around the world, Twist kitchen is a meeting place of cuisines and traditions, and the tapas style enables guests to join in, experimenting with new, combinations.
Nestled on Bruton Place, Mayfair, serving Michelin-starred Japanese cuisine, Umu prides itself on the provenance and integrity of ingredients which are used to create innovative Kyoto influenced dishes.
Vista at The Trafalgar
Each year, Vista at the Trafalgar expands its extensive selection of fine champagnes, premium spirits and bespoke cocktails from all four corners of the globe, as well as burgers, platters and light bites for all.
Looking to the markets of Mexico for inspiration, Wahaca was born from a love of fresh, honest, Mexican market food. The tequilas and mescals are sourced from small family-run businesses that make the best products possible.
Since 1742 Wiltons has been synonymous for the finest oysters, wild fish and game and traditional, courteous, hospitality. The British menu aims to offer the freshest fish, game and meats from the very best fleets and farms.