World-famous chef Alain Ducasse has transformed fine dining at The Dorchester with his own unique take on French cuisine. Ducasse’s carefully sculptured speciality chocolates feature on the à la carte menu. Made from the purest dark chocolate, they are always a popular choice with diners.
The restaurant has received 3 Michelin Stars since 2010 and it is easy to see why. The seasonal menus showcase only the freshest ingredients, beautifully presented dishes and some of the most mouth-watering food in the capital. The staff create a bespoke experience for each visitor, providing an exemplary service and hosting some of the most exclusive parties and fine dining experiences in the UK.
Sitting atop Canada Place in Canary Wharf, Plateau has spectacular cityscape views. The restaurant has a more formal feel, while the cocktail bar, the garden terraces and the grill are great places to unwind with friends after work.
From pink grapefruit and cured salmon with yuzu cucumber and keta caviar, to nougat glace with caramelised apples, the Plateau restaurant has something tasty and exciting for everyone to enjoy. There is also a wide selection of fine wines and champagnes to choose from, all of which complement the fine food perfectly.
This Michelin-starred restaurant is renowned for its exquisite seafood caught in British waters, complemented with local, seasonal ingredients to create beautiful and one-of-a-kind dishes. Located on the seventh floor of the South Place Hotel, the windows at Angler reach from the floor to the ceiling, revealing a stunning view of London.
The elegant dining room adds to the feeling of total luxury and fine dining, and the specially-selected wine list works particularly well with the wonderful seafood on offer. Wine connoisseur Benoît Allauzen chooses the best wines and champagnes from around the world to complement the exquisite dishes.
Fera specialises in seasonal, home-grown ingredients, meaning that the menu is updated and changed regularly depending on the season. The chefs are committed to producing wonderful flavours, so they carefully select their suppliers from around the UK. The award-winning wine list also features over 700 bins and showcases an amazing selection of traditional and natural wines.
Fera also provides a unique dining experience by inviting guests to join the chefs in the kitchen – to explore exciting dishes, see their fascinating cooking techniques and sample new tastes and flavour combinations whilst dining here.
Located in Belgravia, Amaya is one of the highest-quality Indian restaurants in the whole city. The fine seafood, meats and vegetables are marinated in an original blend of exciting spices, creating a signature taste that keeps regulars returning time after time.
The restaurant has also won many well-deserved awards, including one Michelin Star, making it one of the classiest and most successful Indian eateries in the country.
Whether you love oriental dishes, fresh seafood, fine wines or the luxury of a Michelin Star restaurant, London has the perfect fine dining experience for you (several, in fact). Do you think we picked the best fine dining restaurants in the capital? Where do you love to eat in London? Find us on Facebook and tell us all about it!