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Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
9
$$$
International
Knightsbridge
16 reviews
Dinner is a brilliant restaurant, one that embodies Blumenthal's mixture of deep technical craft, ingenious feeling for theatre and astute sense of how to turn a meal into a story. — The Guardian
The Ledbury
9
$$$
European
Notting Hill
15 reviews
Try a dinner of mackerel with smoked eel, mustard and shiso, or foie gras terrine with apples in sake, followed by sea bass with confit squid, buckwheat and nasturtium. — Gayot
St John Bar & Restaurant Smithfield
9
$$
European
Clerkenwell
14 reviews
Foodies travel the globe for pioneering chef Fergus Henderson's ultra-British nose-to-tail cooking. — Fodor's
Le Gavroche
8
$$$
European
Mayfair
12 reviews
Roux's mastery of technically-precise and classical French cuisine hypnotizes all-comers. — Fodor's
J. Sheekey
8
$$$
Italian
Covent Garden
17 reviews
"If you're in the mood for seafood" this Covent Garden eatery.... is "still the standard". — Zagat
Gymkhana
8
$$$
Asian
Mayfair
14 reviews
Chicken butter masala had a brilliantly smoked quality – the result, apparently, of charcoaling tomatoes in the tandoor before putting them in the sauce. — Independent
Barrafina
8
$$
Mediterranean
Soho
11 reviews
Seriously, the best (and hippest) place for tapas. — Not For Tourists
Bocca di Lupo
8
$$
Mediterranean
Soho
13 reviews
If you haven’t been to London’s best regional Italian restaurant yet, then you might feel a little out of the Lupo — The Nudge
The Ivy
8
$$$
Italian
Covent Garden
11 reviews
You’ll have to book one to six months ahead to enjoy the innovative modern British cuisine at this favourite hangout of London celebrities. — Lonely Planet
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester
8
$$$
European
Mayfair
10 reviews
This is French haute cuisine, but with a nod towards London's more relaxed style. — Frommer's
The Wolseley
8
$$$
European
Mayfair
15 reviews
The decor is glamorous, with chandeliers hanging from lofty ceilings, and the atmosphere always buzzing. — DK Eyewitness
The Harwood Arms
8
$$
European
Hammersmith / Fulham
10 reviews
You'll "never be able to eat shop-bought Scotch eggs again" after sampling the "triumphant" versions whipped up at this "next-level" Fulham gastropub. — Zagat
Amaya
8
$$$
Healthy
Belgravia
12 reviews
Where the trendies go for their curry fix. — Not For Tourists
Scott's
8
$$$
European
Mayfair
13 reviews
Consistent, classy, and somewhere I always love to return to—quintessentially London in a rather smart but delicious way. — Condé Nast Traveler
Chez Bruce
8
$$$
European
9 reviews
Worth its fancy-pants (read Michelin) star. — Not For Tourists
The Delaunay
8
$$
German & Austrian
Covent Garden
10 reviews
In 2012 Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, who did the acclaimed Wolseley, opened another pitch-perfect evocation of a Continental cafe from a lost age. — Frommer's
City Social
8
$$$
European
City of London
10 reviews
The service is as well-mannered as the cooking, while sauces and syrups poured at the table add some va-va-voom. But the real showstopper here is the view. — Time Out
Lyle's
8
$$
European
Shoreditch
11 reviews
Fine dining slouching in skinny jeans. — Bon Appétit
Le Pont de la Tour
8
$$$
European
10 reviews
The venue is elegant, with a welcome terrace for summer dining and a dining room with windows looking out on to the Thames and floodlit Tower Bridge. — Gayot
10 Greek Street
8
$$
European
Soho
12 reviews
Great food? Tick. Cheap wine? Tick. Excellent service? Tick. Good prices? Tick. Buzz? Tick. — Fodor's
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