Fine Dining in London – Best 10 restaurants

The UK is famous for many things, but food is not high up on the list. For example, Brighton beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the United Kingdom, a place you must tick off your to-see list, but when it comes to food where can you go? London, of course. You can find gourmet food pretty much everywhere you go, even Las Vegas is famous for it, but in a city like London, you expect to find something that comes close to the best dining experience in the world. Fine dining in London has become a sort of sport, and we’re going to let you in on the circuit with 10 great London restaurants.

10. L’Autre Pied

Fine Dining in LondonThis is a great place for fine dining in London and Chef Andy McFadden’s menu will take your taste buds on a trip that they will never forget. We recommend the Shoulder of Roe Deer with Curly Kale, Smoked Bacon, Balsamic and Grapes. The decor of the place is minimalistic and some might say there isn’t enough elbow room, but you don’t really need room to taste exquisite food and make pleasant conversation, do you?

Address: 5-7 Blandford Street, London, W1U 3DB

Opening Hours: Lunch – 14:30 Monday to Saturday and at 15:30 on Sunday; Dinner is served between 18:00 and 22:00 Monday to Saturday


Price: A set meal is around £22 for 2 courses and £25 for 3 courses

9. Barshu

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Barshu is a Chinese restaurant that focuses on food from the Sichuan province, one of the world’s most famous and best cuisines. If you love spiciness and intense flavors and fine dining in London, then come to Barshu and experience authentic Chinese food made by some of the best chefs in Europe. We recommend the irresistible Sweet and Sour Spare Ribs and if you are a vegetarian, then choose the Sweet potato noodles in a sour-and-hot sauce.

Address: 28 Frith Street, London, W1D 5LF

Opening Hours: 12:00 – 23:00, Monday to Thursday and Sunday; and 12:00 – 23:30 Friday and Saturday


Price: The prices for main courses range from £9.90 to £30.90

8. Bistrot Bruno Loubet

Fine Dining in LondonA great London restaurant, the Bristot Bruno Loubet will offer you an a la carte meal to die for. The menu is based on the French tradition but allows international influences that give the place the twist it needs to develop character. We recommend the Snails & meatballs Mauricette and the Vegetable merguez, warm pumpkin hummus with saffron sauce.

Address: 86-88 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1M 5RJ

Opening Hours: Breakfast is served Monday to Friday between 07:00 and 10:30, 07:30 to 11:00 on Saturday and Sunday. Lunch is served between 12:00 to 14:30 Monday to Friday and on Saturday and Sunday brunch is served between noon and 15:00. Dinner – 18:00 to 22:30 Monday to Saturday and 18:00 to 22:00 on Sunday.


Price: Main courses are around £15.

7. Bull & Last

fine dining in londonThis place has a good reputation for its great food, so do pay it a visit and experience fine dining in London’s famous Bull & Last. Don’t be surprised if the place looks more like a pub than it does a restaurant, but if you do prefer peace and quiet, then we recommend you have your meal in the upstairs dining room. Try the Dedham Vale Onglet, Chips, Mixed Leaves & Garlic Butter – you’ll love it! The restaurant’s bar offers a changing selection of ciders and beers from local breweries. One more good news: the pub in this restaurant is a pet friendly zone!

Address: 168 Highgate Road, London, NW5 1QS

Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday is open between 12:00 and 23:00; on Friday and Saturday between 09:00 and midnight and on Sunday between 09:00 and 22:30.


Price: Main courses are between £14 and £34

6. Dabbous

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Dabbous opened in 2012 and you can sense that when trying to book a reservation, so we advise you to call in advance to make sure you succeed. The international wine list is amazing and the meat at this place is like something you never tasted before. We recommend the barbecued ibérico pork with almond praline and if you need more buzz to your ears, the place has a bar in the basement.

Address: 39 Whitfield Street, London, W1T 2SF

Opening Hours: Lunch is served between noon and 14:30 and dinner, between 18:30 and 21:30, Tuesday to Saturday.


Price: The set meal tasting menu is £59 (with 9 courses)

5. The Delaunay

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The Delaunay is one of the great London restaurants that you simply must visit when in London. The interior’s design is influenced by grand European cafes with green leather and dark wood, brass rails and white marble floor. We recommend you have the Fillet of Sea Bass with jerusalem artichokes, wild mushrooms and lemon dressing. Reserve your table in advance.

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Address: 55 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4BB

Opening Hours: Meals served 11.30am-midnight Mon-Sat; 11.30am-11pm Sun


Price: Main courses £6-£2. Cover (lunch and dinner) £2. Dinner for two with wine and service: around £120

4. Grain Store

Fine Dining in LondonGrain Store is found in a former Victorian warehouse and it is as hip as a place can be. The owner of the restaurant is Bruno Loubet, a chef that impressed London between 1993 and 1995 with his amazing Bistrot Bruno in London’s Soho and Bistrot Bruno Loubet which occupies number 8 on our list. This is how fine dining in London should be done: have the Char-grilled endive, hazelnut crumble, prune vinegar, Bayonne ham.

Address: Granary Square, London, N1C 4AB

Opening Hours: Lunch is served between noon and 14:30 on Monday to Friday, from 11:00 and 15:00 on Saturday and between 11:00 and 16:00 on Sunday.


Price: Main courses £12-£22.50. Set lunch £35 6 courses. Set dinner £30 5 courses

3. Harwood Arms

Fine Dining in LondonThis pub looking restaurant is led by Chef Anthony Hill. They are known for some of the finest game in London that comes mostly from Berkshire. Alex, in charge of the wines here will help you choose the perfect wine to go with your food. We recommend the Grilled haunch of Berkshire roe deer with beetroot, roast onion and pickled mushrooms and for dessert the Poached pear and earl grey with almond cake and burnt butter ice cream.

Address: Corner of Walham Grove and Farm Lane, London, SW6 1QP

Opening Hours: Lunch is served from 12.30 to 15:00 on Tuesday to Friday and on Saturday and Sunday lunch is served from 12:30 to 16:00.  Dinner is served from 18:30 to 21:30 on Monday to Saturday and on Sunday from 19:00 to 21:00.


Price: Main courses range from £19 to £22.

2. Hummus Bros

Fine Dining in LondonGreat London restaurants are scarce and the Hummus Bros is lucky to be named as one. Hummus is no longer the cheap food we know it to be, this place has raised this spread to fine dining. You get to choose from dozens of toppings, we recommend the cumin-scented fava beans and the slow cooked beef. The place is pretty cheap, but the food is amazing.

Address: 88 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TJ

Opening Hours: Meals are served between noon and 22:00 on Monday to Saturday and on Sunday, from noon to 17:00.


Price: Main courses range from £3.70 to £8.80

1. The Ledbury – Great Fine Dining in London

fine dining in londonThe Ledbury is number one on our list because the food here is absolutely superb! Aussie chef Brett Graham makes this place the amazing restaurant that it is. The place’s signature dish is the Flame Grilled Mackerel with Pickled Cucumber, Celtic Mustard and Shiso and for dessert we recommend the Passion Fruit Soufflé with Sauternes Ice Cream.

Address: 127 Ledbury Road, London, W11 2AQ

Opening Hours: Lunch is served between noon and 14:00 between tuesdy and Saturday and on Sunday, between noon and 14:30. Dinner is served between 18:30 and 22:15 Monday to Saturdat and on Sunday between 19:00 and 22:00.


Price: Main courses are around £30. Set lunch with two courses, also £30. The set meal tasting meny is £105 tasting menu and £175 including the wine. £95 the vegetarian tasting menu and £165 including the wine.

Did we manage to whet your appetite in any way? If we did, then choose to do some fine dining in London by going to one of these great London restaurants on our list. Have you been to any of them? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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