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13 expert recommendations
Ledbury brings unprecedented polish, panache, and amuse-bouches to Notting Hill, taking this postal code to new levels of gentrification.
Sensational Aussie chef Brett Graham wins hearts, minds—and global accolades—at this high-ceilinged destination dining landmark. Full review →
Australian-born Brett Graham has now earned two Michelin stars at this sophisticated neighborhood restaurant. Full review →
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. Full review →
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. Full review →
Two Michelin stars and swooningly elegant, Brett Graham’s artful French restaurant attracts well-heeled diners in jeans with designer jackets. Full review →
The Ledbury's Australian head chef, Brett Graham, is one of the more intelligent chefs around and his passion for quality ingredients really shines through. Full review →
Australian wünderkind Brett Grahamhas scooped two Michelin stars for his fabulous French- inspired food – elegant, confident, a bit nouvelle and packed with flavour.
The Ledbury is a superbly run restaurant that should glide through the gathering storm. Full review →
The airy restaurant is redolent with discreet luxury, as is the menu, which features truffles and foie gras alongside humbler ingredients that are accorded equal respect. Full review →
Few haute establishments have the hospitable hum of the Ledbury. Full review →
Since opening in 2005, Michelin two-star rated restaurant Ledbury has seen a great deal of success. Full review →
"The techniques wielded are spectacular" on chef Brett Graham's "masterful" New French menu. Full review →