You’ve seen the chefs on television and have decided to take a trip to London and visit some of the top Michelin starred restaurants.
Compare flights to find the best travel deals and head off to some of the best dining experiences you’ve ever had. Michelin star restaurants in London are plentiful and you surely won’t be disappointed no matter which you choose!
Gordon Ramsay – located on Royal Hospital Road, in the Chelsea area of London, the restaurant was Ramsay’s first, opened in 1998 when the chef was just 31 years old. Whether you enjoy a set lunch or a prestige meal, you will be treated to impeccable service in a relaxing atmosphere. The menu consists of a range of exquisite meats, locally available produce and seasonal food items. Choose from such items as pressed foie gras, sea scallops, salmon and beef or pork entrees. Ramsay’s classical French style is evident in his fabulous menu.
Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester – offering splendid views of Hyde Park, the Dorchester hotel opened in 1931 and has since become one of the most sought after accommodations in all of London. Alain Ducasse is no longer a practicing chef but owns the Alain Ducasse groupe which has established and runs some of the best restaurants in the world, including that in the Dorchester and those in Las Vegas, Paris and Tokyo. The menu at the Dorchester is a shining example of Ducasse’s award-winning French style of cooking. Whether you choose braised ox, pasta, quail eggs or sea bream, you’ll have a rich dining experience at the Dorchester.
Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley – moving to The Berkeley in 2003, Marcus Wareing has shown just how much he’s learned from his friend and mentor, Gordon Ramsay. Modern European cuisine highlights the menu at the Michelin starred restaurant that was designed by award winner David Collins. Book a table and enjoy the seasonal menu or take your place at the Chef’s table for a truly unique atmosphere and watch one of the most talented chef’s in Britain at work. Among the top selections on the menu are: foie gras, quail, Cornish lamb and Aberdeen Angus beef.
Hibiscus – you can find this brilliant restaurant on Maddox Street in the Mayfair district of the capital city. Opened in May 2000 in Ludlow, by classically trained chef Claude Bosi, Hibiscus won its first star in 2001 and it’s second in 2004. In 2007, Hibiscus moved to its current location and has been stunning its diners ever since with its amazing food. The menu on offer is that of a modern, French design, delighting all who enter the restaurant for a meal. With one of the most extensive vegetarian menus in any top London restaurant, the establishment is able to welcome all types of foodies. Foods on offer include melon salad, bantam eggs, ravioli, mackerel and Cornish Pollock.
Once you’ve found the best price on your flights to London, be sure to book a table at one of these fine dining establishments. Reservations are required for most and, because of their status, the restaurants have to be booked weeks ahead of time. Be sure to treat yourself to one of these amazing dining experiences in London.
Club Gascon, Michelin-starred French restaurant in London photo by Ewan Munro