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.
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.
Texture pairs light healthy foods with exquisite wines from around the world. The ambiance is warm and inviting, and the decor is modern-chic with a homey, cozy feel. The entrees vary, but focus mainly on modern European fare. Some sample menu options include Scottish scallops, Cornish brill and Icelandic lamb. The restaurant also features half-price lunch specials and group tastings. Since its opening, it has received a significant amount of acclaim and has been considered one of the best restaurants in the city. You can book the venue for a fabulous private dining experience.This is a wonderful place to go for any occasion, and after your first visit, it's destined to become your favorite haunt.
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.
Indulge your taste buds at J Sheekey. Start with some caviar or French and Irish oysters, followed by one of their main courses that gives a modern twist to traditional English favorites. Dishes on their menu include fish pies, salmon fishcakes with sorrel sauce on a bed of spinach, and a risotto of Scottish girolles. This restaurant also makes an exquisite after-theater treat, and desserts like Scandinavian iced berries with white chocolate sauce are indescribably good.
After pleasing patrons in Las Vegas, Paris, New York and even Tokyo, Joel Robuchon has now graced the capitol of England. This fantastic French restaurant in the Covent Garden area is elegant, expensive and the perfect example of a fine dining eatery. With two dining rooms and a bar, acquiring a table here is easy on weekdays, but can be quite a struggle on weekends. The red and black decor and the efficient waiters in crisp uniforms are enough to prove that this is not a tacky fish & chips place. Choosing from the colossal menu can be baffling sometimes, so take the guidance of waiters, and watch the expert chefs as they whip up your orders in the open kitchen. Upstairs, the scene is a tad laid-back, so once you are satiated, you can head there for a couple of drinks. Do not dress too casually if you want to avoid embarrassment.