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In addition to its various iconic features, London boasts some of the world's best restaurants. There is a lot of options, you just have to choose. Whether you opt for delicious meals with lots of Michelin to wake up even the most tired taste buds or go to the traditional, where you get to know the cuisine of different cultures is a lot you can do. If you're the kind of person who spends a long time deciding where to go to eat and can't find the right out of many reviews, we may be able to advise you.
If you want to be spoiled, believe it or not, London offers you 165 Michelin restaurants that are enough to choose where to go. The concentration of Michelin Strings is so great in London that it makes the metropolis a leader. You may not suffer from the pomp that is being done around these restaurants, but we think it will give an experience, and of course, the taste is worth it.
Here are a few types of where to go: You won't be surprised by our first choice
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea
Known for his fiery temper and furrowed brow, Gordon Ramsay has quickly become one of the most famous Chefs in the world. His art of combining modern and classical technology, this flagship restaurant delivers elegant French cuisine boasting only the finest seasonal ingredients. It’s no wonder he’s gained three Michelin stars over the years.
A Wong, Pimlico
Forget your book-length menus, kitsch decorations and orders by numbers, Andrew Wong’s offers elevated Chinese cuisine with bold flavors and daringly authentic ingredients. This upmarket eatery encapsulates the importance of sharing dim sum style food, highlighting the heart of Chinese culture with flavors from each Province. Taking inspiration from China’s 14 national borders, the menu is an ode to the country’s diverse culinary landscape.
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Knightsbridge
Known for his fascination with molecular gastronomy, Heston Blumenthal takes things to a new level with his aptly named restaurant, Dinner. Originally sprung from his mild obsession with savory ice creams, the theatre of this experience finds the perfect sweet spot of historical and contemporary cuisine. Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Dinner is yet another trophy of innovation and a new favorite for many.
Sushi Atelier, Fitzrovia
Run by the team behind Chisou in Mayfair and Knightsbridge, Sushi Atelier delivers a diverse menu of hardcore sushi, elevating traditional taste with modern techniques. Think tiny dollops of seaweed paste, lightly charred scallops and sticky glazed eel. The decor may scream cultural stereotypes but there’s far more to this unique spot. Even the geisha mural splashed on the back wall is brandishing blowtorches; a mere glimpse into this unique gem. Must-have dishes include BBQ tuna oshizuhi, yellowtail truffle, and the notorious nine kind sashimi set.
Named after a species of antelope, Kudu specializes in South African style small plates. This family-run restaurant shapes its menu around seasonal ingredients, creative plates and a unique splash of imagination inspired by Africa. With a focus on celebrating suppliers, owners Patrick and Amy gather what they can from their garden and vegetable plot, a true farm to fork approach. With two more restaurants on the horizon, this flagship proves to be the ultimately culinary experience.