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Showing 2007 restaurants
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International
Knightsbridge
14 reviews
Within the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London hotel. Rated one of the World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2016. — Condé Nast Traveler
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European
Notting Hill
16 reviews
Discreet as a footman, quiet as a nun and modest as a fieldmouse about its achievements, the Ledbury is the antithesis of the Gordon Ramsay/Heston Blumenthal breed of restaurant. — Independent
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European
Clerkenwell
15 reviews
Everything from a piece of roast meat to a soup or sandwich has had a ridiculous amount of care and excellent ingredients put into it. — The Infatuation
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Asian
Mayfair
15 reviews
Posh four-star Indian with slightly disarming colonial flourishes. — Not For Tourists
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Italian
Covent Garden
17 reviews
This incredibly smart restaurant, whose pedigree stretches back to 1896, has four elegant, discreet and spacious wood-panelled rooms in which to savour the riches of the sea. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
Soho
13 reviews
The hugely popular "mouth of the wolf" is a smart restaurant with an open kitchen, tiled floors, wooden tables, and large paintings of food on the walls. — Frommer's
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European
Mayfair
10 reviews
The celebrated chef's Mayfair Park restaurant has earned three Michelin Stars since opening in 2008. The contemporary dining room has a neutral creamy palette and high ceilings. — Travel + Leisure
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Italian
Covent Garden
11 reviews
This gorgeous room may not attract as many A-list celebs as it once did, but there was one B-plus (glamorous if faded actress) on a Monday lunchtime. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
Soho
12 reviews
Tapas are always better value in Spain but the quality of this food justifies the layout. — Lonely Planet
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German & Austrian
Covent Garden
11 reviews
This flashy new brasserie across from Bush House is a kind of Franco-German hybrid, where schnitzels and wieners sit happily beside croque-monsieurs and choucroute alsacienne. — Lonely Planet
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European
Mayfair
12 reviews
A new kitchen and the introduction of a private dinning room, the “Chef’s Library,” move this restaurant, founded in 1967, firmly into the modern era. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Soho
12 reviews
Brasserie Zédel feels like a gift to London, the sort of restaurant it needs and deserves. — The Guardian
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European
Mayfair
13 reviews
This Mayfair eatery procures fish and crustaceans from sustainable sources and serves them in expertly prepared, flavorful dishes crafted by head chef Dave McCarthy. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Mayfair
16 reviews
Open from breakfast until late, the flexible menu offers everything from Austrian and French classics to British staples, so the daily special could be coq au vin or Lancashire hotpot. — Michelin Guide
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European
Soho
13 reviews
"Innovative combinations" of "sunshine-filled" ingredients are found in the "great-value", daily-changing Modern European menu at this slightly "cramped" Soho bistro. — Zagat
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European
Covent Garden
12 reviews
You "can't get more traditional" than this "right, rigorous and reliable" Covent Garden "institution" that's been serving "hearty" British "classics. — Zagat
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European
Hammersmith / Fulham
10 reviews
Michelin-starred cheese and Guinness on toast and a pint! — Not For Tourists
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European
10 reviews
The "high-quality", fish-focused French menu and "superb" views over Tower Bridge and the City from the riverside terrace of this "bit pricey" Butlers Wharf venue make it "a must for tourists". — Zagat
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European
Belgravia
8 reviews
"The real deal for high-end dining", this "sophisticated" Belgravia "jewel" in the Gordon Ramsay empire is "one for a special occasion". — Zagat
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European
Southwark
9 reviews
A restaurant to tick off on a list rather than a regular haunt, says Fay Maschler. — Evening Standard
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