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.
Ever since its establishment in 2004, Amaya has been receiving praise and flattering reviews from its visitors as well as the press. The restaurant's decor boasts a blend of Indian and western styles - sandstone panels, flowers on tables and elegant glass cutlery. Experience the exciting taste of India through a wide variety of seafood and grilled vegetables from the northern and southern parts of the country. Most desserts are sugar free, so calorie conscious eaters can heave a sigh of relief.
Two men with day jobs quit all they had to travel to Naples and discover the art of real pizza-making. They later used this knowledge to create one of the most successful entrepreneurial ventures- the Pizza Pilgrims. Along with the food van, they now have a restaurant in Soho. The pizzas are as magical as the traditional Italian pizzas, so much so, that one cannot decide whether to eat them all at once or take them home and relish them at leisure. The tomatoes are grown on Mount Vesuvius in Italy while the dough and cheese are also imported from Italy. The flavor is so great, that one can be assured that this food van is much awaited in the vicinity!
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.
Encompassing all the glory of the English countryside, The Rising Sun Inn with its Inglenooks Restaurant is a wonderful place to cozy in for a meal or a weekend. The 16th century Inn forms a traditional B&B with warm rooms overlooking green fields and English breakfast served at 7a each day. The Inglenooks Pub and Restaurant presents a familiar sight with locals sipping favorite brews and families sharing treats by the fireplace. You'd think it'd be easy to save yourself a room here, but being close to the ever buzzing Brands Hatch Racing Circuit, advance booking is definitely a must. Check out the website for more on offerings and room rates.
Famed chef Michel Roux's celebrated restaurant is set in the quiet, idyllic village of Bray, offering a perfect gastronomic retreat outside of London. The intimate dining room, complete with banquets, gives out onto an outdoor terrace overlooking the Thames. Eating alfresco is delightful during nice weather, and you will be protected from the sun both by an awning and by willow trees. The food surpasses even the expectations of a Roux chef and a Michelin-starred Relais-Château. The best option is a set menu available for lunch and dinner. If the warm hospitality and food indulgences tempt you to spend more than just few hours here, you can avail the accommodation option on offer. It has 11 luxury rooms each tastefully decorated and complete with facilities like internet services and television. So head to the Waterside Inn to enjoy its lovely atmosphere and sumptuous delicacies.
Boyd's Brasserie Bar and Lounge is a trendy modern restaurant that looks like it's been built in a palace. With impressive and regal surroundings in the form of elaborate marble-work, high chandeliers, expensive looking furniture and the likes, this restaurant attracts an equally classy crowd. The food consists of mainly British and modern European style dishes that can be ordered from a fixed menu, or off the cart. They also have a great drinks menu that consists of cocktails and wines. This restaurant is ideal for a special occasion.
This Thai Square restaurant is just a stone's throw from Trafalgar Square, replete with bar and club. It is spacious and exotically slick, and the food is as good as any of your favorite Thai Square group restaurants. Formerly the Norwegian Embassy, the restaurant has high ceilings, a spiraling staircase, and room for about 200 diners. Pad Thai comes in a net of beaten egg and starters come on banana leaves. If you don't like the ethnic touch at the Thai Square, Trafalgar Square, you'll love the generous portions of great food from an extensive menu, featuring regional specialties.
Housed in The Royal Trafalgar, Squares Restaurant is all about good food. Specialties here include braised lamb shank, and pork and leek pate, while reasonable prices, an excellent wine list and efficient service are added bonuses. A serene ambiance beckons both hotel guests and non-resident patrons, but especially the theater crowds, who come in for pre- or post-show meals. Dine in within the confines of the restaurant of sit out and enjoy an evening of people-watching. Children are welcome as well, so bring along the family for they are sure to enjoy themselves.
The exquisite Thai interiors, paintings and statues will amaze you at the Thai Pot the moment you enter the place. The ambiance is a blend of both traditional and modern. Although a bit steep with its prices, the food is pretty good. Savor the Thai Dim Sums, Beef with Oyster Sauce, Chicken Tom Kha Soup and a lot of other delicacies. They even have a special party menu for those dining in groups. Beware though since the restaurant serves authentic Thai food, the dishes can sometimes be a bit too heavily spiced.
Docked on the beautiful Thames, PS Tattershall Castle once used to be a passenger ferry and even served during the Second World War. After retiring in 1973, today it has become one of the most famous and iconic floating restaurant and bars in and around London. Moored right across the London Eye, this vessel is easily accessible from any location in Central London. Not only an amazing restaurant but it also doubles as a unique event venue perfect for hosting parties, corporate functions and formal luncheons.
Conveniently situated a short walk from Covent Garden, Piazza Restaurant is a friendly, family run restaurant serving authentic homemade Italian cuisine. Specializing in chargrilled meat, homemade pizza, pasta and fish, dishes are cooked with fresh ingredients and prepared on order. Always bustling with atmosphere, it is an ideal hangout for lunch with friends or to enjoy a celebration with the family. The wine list is moderate but packed with good Italian wines, and if you are a dessert fan, you are in for a treat with the tiramisu.