Top London Restaurants
17 Corve Street, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 1DA; +44 1584 872 325
L'ortolan: Sister restaurant to La Becasse and also Michelin-starred itself under the helm of Chef Alan Murchison, this is one of London's most popular restaurants. There is an a la carte menu here, but trust the one who knows best and let the chef surprise you in ten courses. After discussing your dietary requirements, the season's best ingredients made into timely dishes will be delivered your way at this top London restaurant.
Church Lane, Shinfield, Reading, RG2 9BY; +44 1189 888 500
Gordon Ramsay: From the famous (or, infamous, as some would have it) Gordon Ramsay, some people forget that this television celebrity is still a genius in the kitchen. If you have cash to spare, go big with the truffle menu which starts with carbonara with confit quail's egg and ends with a white chocolate and hazelnut mille feuille. The menu prestige is filled with things hugely decadent: foie gras with Madeira jelly and a lobster ravioli which suit Ramsay's larger than life persona.
Brook Street, London, United Kingdom W1K 4HR; +44 20 7499 0099
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester: Another Michelin top-rated restaurant, from acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse, this is French at its most refined. The sleek, bright dining room and attentive but not overwhelming service makes this a casual-feeling upscale restaurant. Ducasse, who has several other restaurants around the world, does not disappoint. Famous for its Cookpot of vegetables and mushrooms, the menu also favors seafood, offering lagoustines in a spicy consomme or scallops with Jerusalem artichokes and salsify.
71 Palace Gardens Terrace, London, W8 4RU; +44 20 7727 3805
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