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11 expert recommendations
Known as much for its illustrious history – Ava Gardner and Charlie Chaplin were regulars – as its delectable, classic French cuisine.
Try the cheese soufflé; Scotch beef and foie gras; and something from the dessert menu. Lunch here is also a fantastic (less gouging) option. Full review →
Brothers Michel and Albert Roux have been synonymous with fine dining in Britain for decades, and the Gavroche is their flagship London restaurant.
Roux's mastery of technically-precise and classical French cuisine hypnotizes all-comers. Full review →
The famous cheese soufflé is still there, alongside hot foie gras on a crisp duck pancake with cinnamon. Full review →
Since it opened on a previous site in the '60s, Le Gavroche has been an established part of London's culinary history, serving haute cuisine to a discerning, well-heeled clientele ever since. Full review →
A little indulgence never did anyone any harm and Le Gavroche is all about indulgence. Full review →
This kitchen has always enjoyed a fondness for savoury mousselines, and rarely will you find a more practised hand than here. Full review →
This restaurant colossus offers unapologetically old-school fine dining. Full review →
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. Full review →
"Gifted" chef Michel Roux Jr. presents a "culinary extravaganza" of "beautifully presented" French "classics" at this "sophisticated", "expensive" Mayfair dining room. Full review →