The yearly unveiling of the Michelin Guide’s Great Britain and Ireland edition is always big news in the food world. For very good reason, too – London’s one of the top-ranked cities in the world for fine dining. And it’s got plenty of stars to cement that status here are some of our favourites for 2019
It’s named in honour of the turbot “the best fish in the world”, and it’s the debut restaurant from former Kitty Fisher’s head chef Tomos Parry. With passionate Welsh heritage and the love of well sourced ingredients
And it seems to have worked, earning the place a Michelin star just six months after opening. It must be worth a visit…
Think Game Sausage, Blood Pudding and Beans and Scarlet Prawns. Also take note of BRAT Pour a monthly focus on a single producer’s wine.
Separated over two floors Hide offers an exceptional array of charcuterie and an extensive wine list, they have partnered up with Hedonism Wines to offer you a plethora of the finest half bottle and bottles of wine from across the globe. There is also a champagne trolly rolling around so you can have a tipple to wet you whistle while you decide on the perfect bottle.
Serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, a sizeable a la carte menu showcases the very best seasonal offerings, largely sourced from a close network of small farmers and suppliers from across the UK. Everything is made in-house wherever possible.
Attentive but informal, simple but sophisticated.
Ikoyi combines bold heat to create its own innovative cuisine based on the interpretation of West African ingredients. With the highest quality products in a warm and welcoming environment.
Exploring ingredients such as Grains of Selim, a smoky peppercorn with the scent of eucalyptus, wild black tiger prawns and scotch bonnet chillies, which they have fermented, burn and pickle.
Ikoyi has worked closely with Max and Noel Venning of Three Sheets Bar to create a drinks menu designed to be paired with the food. Serving cocktails with ingredients inspired by the West African region. The bar is a separate space so you can choose to have a light snack and or pre-dinner drink.
The bar serves a limited menu, which includes our smoked jollof rice and plantain, smoked scotch bonnet & raspberry.
A wine bar and restaurant in Shoreditch from the team behind Ellory, Sommeliers Ed Thaw, Jack Lewens and Chef Sam Kamienko.
Leroy opened after Ellroy closed in March 2018 and Leroy was awarded the Michelin Star almost immediately in 2019. Leroy is one of the names that was give to Ellroy as many people found it hard to pronounce.
Leroy is a place to stop in for several small plates of food, charcuterie, cheese and crudo with a bottle or two of wine. Anything from the classics to the crazy.
Try Magret Duck, pumpkin, brown butter and spinach.
Tucked away at the back of Bubbledogs through a discrete entrance, is the 20 seat Kitchen Table.
Kitchen Table is a dining experience, encouraging full interaction with the talented chefs and showcasing previously unseen kitchen theatre.
Here Head Chef James Knappett prepares, cooks and serves a daily changing menu of meticulously sourced and foraged British ingredients. Kitchen Table was awarded a coveted Michelin star in 2014, followed by a second Michelin star in 2018.
The set tasting menu of contemporary British cooking, consists of 12 courses, which changes daily focusing on only the freshest produce. Guests can see Knappett and his team prepare, serve, and talk diners through a tasting menu of contemporary European cooking that bears many of the hallmarks of Knappett’s time at noma and Per Se, but with a strong focus on British traditions, ingredients, and flavours.
Our tasting menu is £125 per person (additional supplement for drinks & extras).