The Ledbury

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 14 publications
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14 expert recommendations



Ledbury brings unprecedented polish, panache, and amuse-bouches to Notting Hill, taking this postal code to new levels of gentrification.


Fodor's Tick Choice

Sensational Aussie chef Brett Graham wins hearts, minds—and global accolades—at this high-ceilinged destination dining landmark. Full review →


Frommer's 34

Australian-born Brett Graham has now earned two Michelin stars at this sophisticated neighborhood restaurant. Full review →


Gayot 15.0

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 →


Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

Two Michelin stars and swooningly elegant, Brett Graham’s artful French restaurant attracts well-heeled diners in jeans with designer jackets. Full review →


Michelin Guide Tick 0 Stars

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 →


Rough Guide Tick Star

Australian wünderkind Brett Grahamhas scooped two Michelin stars for his fabulous French- inspired food – elegant, confident, a bit nouvelle and packed with flavour.


The Guardian

The Ledbury is a superbly run restaurant that should glide through the gathering storm. Full review →


The Infatuation

The kitchen does a lot of messing around with ingredients and flavour combinations, but always with the aim of giving you something you’re going to remember forever. Full review →


The World's 50 Best Restaurants 20.0

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 →


Time Out 69

Few haute establishments have the hospitable hum of the Ledbury. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

Since opening in 2005, Michelin two-star rated restaurant Ledbury has seen a great deal of success. Full review →


Zagat 4.8

"The techniques wielded are spectacular" on chef Brett Graham's "masterful" New French menu. Full review →

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