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Like a culinary Doctor Who, Heston Blumenthal takes you on a historical trip back through time with his first London venture.
Within the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London hotel. Rated one of the World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2016. Full review →
Consider, for example, creations like braised celery with Parmesan, pickled walnuts, apple, and onion from around 1730 or the circa 1670 “powdered duck” with smoked fennel and potato puree. Full review →Request one of the Hyde Park–view tables across from the glassed-in kitchen.
Exceptional olde English-inspired dishes executed with ultra-modern precision in an open kitchen is the schtick at Ashley Palmer-Watts' acclaimed award-winner. Full review →
This new restaurant from one of the world's great chefs, Heston Blumenthal of the Fat Duck in Bray, was one of London's most eagerly expected openings. Full review →
The contemporary dishes look to Britain's gastronomic history: scallops with cucumber ketchup and peas, and slow-cooked short rib of beef. Full review →
Here is the missing link between the labour-intensive complexity of contemporary haute cuisine, and the produce-led simplicity of modern British pioneers. Full review →
Sumptuously presented Dinner is a gastronomic tour de force, taking diners on a journey through British culinary history (with inventive modern inflections). Full review →
Don't come expecting 'molecular gastronomy' - this is all about respect for, and a wonderful renewal of, British food, with just a little playfulness thrown in. Full review →
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. Full review →
By celebrating bigger, more boisterous flavours, recreating British culinary history and teleporting age-old recipes into the 21st century, Dinner has carved out its very own niche. Full review →
Head chef Ashley-Palmer Watts, protégé of Heston Blumenthal, ensures that Dinner is one of London’s most sought-after destinations. Full review →
Blumenthal looks back over centuries of British cookery with a menu that includes everything from 15th-century meat fruit to 17th-century powdered duck breast. Full review →
Heston Blumenthal's "famous techniques, combined with an homage to Britain's culinary past", result in "impeccably prepared", "visually stunning", "other-worldly" creations. Full review →