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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.
This winning, fine-dining establishment from the Roux family has staked its claim on the world culinary map ever since it opened in 1967: In fact, the spot was the very first restaurant... Full review →Couples should request a booth to the side.
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 →