The renowned Dorchester is one you have probably heard of, but it can’t not be included in our rundown. Gorgeous and sophisticated interior, you are dining in a stunning location that names such as Bruno Moinard have worked hard on to make perfect. Your head chef is Alain Ducasse ,the world’s most decorated chefs. Known not only for his incomparable French cuisine, Alain Ducasse has created innovative dining concepts reflecting international influences, and consequently has earned a reputation for phenomenal cuisine. Menus feature food from around the world, and you can enjoy seasonal menus and taster menus.
The Berkeley is not just London’s renowned hotel, but also a famous dining experience. Under chef patrons Mark and Shauna Froydenlund, working closely with Marcus Wareing, modern British food using the highest quality produce is executed to exacting standards, to evoke and create lasting memories. You can expect the tastes of traditional English cuisine combined sweetly in dishes that enlighten every pallet taste. The flexibility of five or eight courses and allows guests to experience all of Marcus’s favourite seasonal dishes, handpicked and prepared on the day.
If Asian food is your fancy, there’s nowhere else you should be going in London other than The Araki. As a world famous sushi master, your chef and host for the evening Mitsuhiro Araki relocated from Tokyo to bring his skills and experience to you. With the ethos and historic tradition of ‘sado’ or ‘tea ceremony’ hospitality style, every guest will be seated in front of the chef, as you watch him prepare your food. Around the corner from London’s famous Royal Academy of Arts, Araki is a bubble of alluring and exceptional Asian cuisine in a bustling city.
If you’re well acquainted with famous chefs, the name Heston will be one you’ve come across. Situated in London’s Hyde Park, the elegant dining room features floor to ceiling glass walls, giving diners a view of the kitchen whilst they relax. The ivory painted walls are decorated with custom made porcelain wall sconces in the shape of antique jelly moulds. Amongst this, you are looking onto uninterrupted views of Hyde Park. Dinner By Heston is the location to visit for food that is modern yet inspired by British gastronomy. Hearty foods such as Hereford Beef and Chicken with cauliflower are accompanied with British Cheese and Raspberry Tartes to finish.
In the beautiful surroundings of Hélène Darroze’s two Michelin-starred restaurant at The Cannaught, her lifelong passion for the finest produce is reflected in this intimate dining experience. The concept is French culinary craft, with dishes delivered with a modern contemporary twist. The restaurant is sophisticated and calming with visuals of commissioned glasswork. Named the world’s best chef in 2015, Hélène uses exceptional ingredients to deliver impeccably presented and delicious dishes. The restaurant is London’s best location for the finest and most authentic French food in the city, situated in London’s Mayfair which is steps away from the City of Westminster.
Lastly, we are ending on the note of the Celeste, a richly decorated dining room that is adorned with softly lit chandeliers and a domed glass roof. The ultimate fine dining experience, food is presented to you by chef Eric Frenchon. Inside the Lanesborough, one of the city’s most exclusive hotel and spa locations, food served at the Celeste honours British heritage with a modern European creativity, bringing diners a discovery of great flavours and food with a real story. Drinking at the Celeste is famous, with one of London’s best collections of sweet and classic wines being served and stored here. This beautiful location is popular both for breakfast dining and evening, so advanced enquires are highly recommended.