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Top-notch Japanese cuisine and swanky environs inspires diners who frequent Nobu, who don't mind shelling out the dough. Miso soup, sushi bar, sashimi, lobster wasabi, Wagyu beef, and other gastronomical creations please the palate. It all comes at a price, but if you're a food critic or want to rub shoulders with the who's-who of filmdom, Nobu is an experience you won't want to miss.
Hakkasan is an excellent Chinese Cantonese restaurant in the center of London. It provides a wide ranging dim sum menu for lunchtime and an impressive menu for evening meals including seafood and vegetarian options. There is a good wine list, but the most popular drinks here are the cocktails. An upscale restaurant, diners here dress to impress. The restaurant is in the basement and includes a cocktail bar, central restaurant, and some smaller rooms.
Located at the London Hilton on Park Lane, Galvin at Windows serves delicious French cuisine. Perched on the 28th floor of the hotel, it offers sensational and scenic views of the bustling city. It's a popular venue for business lunches or romantic dates. The champagne Sunday brunch is a good way to start a late Sunday. The restaurant serves tantalizing dishes and a true dining experience is guaranteed. The bar impresses, with an excellent selection of signature cocktails as well as whiskeys to be enjoyed with stunning city views for company. Come on a Friday or Saturday for dinner, and enjoy live music with your meal. If you feel like shaking a leg, the dance floor is all yours.
Look out onto the beautiful park as you dine on delectable meals at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester. Located inside The Dorchester, this fantastic restaurant has been awarded three Michelin stars. The restaurant's decor is sophisticated with modern yet elegant furniture and high ceilings. The menu changes seasonally so only the freshest ingredients are used. The restaurant has three different dining rooms suited for various events such as corporate, personal and private events.
For decades, Le Gavroche has been the epitome of luxury and exclusivity with its discreet, gentleman's-club-like ambiance and a classic French menu. The combination of high style, culinary excellence and outstanding service makes it unparalleled in London. In fact, the service is so good that the restaurant won an award for Best Service, and for general excellence in the Moet and Chandon London Restaurant awards. The menu comprises classic French dishes prepared to the highest standard. If plates like lobster mousse with caviar and a champagne butter sauce sound delightful, then you may have to consider selling your house and frequenting Le Gavroche more often. A jacket and tie are required. Reservations must be made well in advance.
Highly acclaimed, this restaurant offers an unusual selection of delicacies cooked lovingly by celebrity Chef Heston Blumenthal. Predominantly a British menu, the meals are a bit quirky, and leave you craving for more. If you're still in doubt, then try out the Meat Fruit, or the chicken liver mousse and drown into the pleasures of eating. A little on the higher side of the budget, the ambiance, food, service and decor all make up for it and turn your meal into a gustatory experience. Do grab a meal here as it could well be the experience of a lifetime.
Welcome to Gordon Ramsay, the famous award-winning chef's eponymous restaurant. Situated a bit out of the way, the eatery is perfectly located to welcome its faithful fans and other epicureans, and Gordon's faithful following continues to lap up his classic French creations. Lobster, salmon, mullet and truffle are all perfectly prepared. Fixed price menus are available. But whatever time you choose to eat here, it will be a tad formal and certainly a treat. Service is superb in the intimate dining room and tables should be booked at least a month in advance.