The Best of 2022 – London Restaurant Guide
London is the best city in the world for food. I don’t think we have to convince you of that. But with so many restaurants and so many choices, how are you supposed to know where to go? For example, if you’re looking for somewhere new to try this weekend, where do you start? This list should help narrow down your options. And it also serves as a nice guide to some of the best restaurants experienced by our clients and London models throughout 2022.
Amaya is a Michelin-starred Indian restaurant with a menu made up of traditional dishes. The restaurant is in the heart of Mayfair and serves some of the best Indian food in London. The food here is delicious, and its service is excellent. If you want to make your special night even more memorable, Amaya has a romantic atmosphere that makes it perfect for dates or anniversaries.
It’s easy to see why Amaya has been awarded a Michelin star every year since it opened in 2018. What sets them apart from other fine dining establishments? It all comes down to their attention to detail when creating their dishes – each ingredient used has been carefully selected for its unique flavour profile, so no two dishes taste alike. They also use fresh produce from local farmers, so everything is fresh and healthy too. Whether you’re looking for vegetarian options or meaty treats like lamb chops or chicken tikka masala (one of the nation’s favourites!), there are plenty here!
If you’re looking for a Japanese restaurant in London, Roka is the place to go. It’s more casual than Nobu, and it’s not as expensive. But the food is still excellent. Roka serves both sashimi and sushi, but if you’re new to Japanese cuisine we’d recommend sticking with one or the other; don’t try them both on your first visit. Their small plates are also delicious, although vegetarian options are limited.
The best dishes include their salmon tartare and wagyu beef (both must be ordered by law). If you’re looking for something light and fresh that won’t weigh you down after dinner, try their edamame beans with garlic oil or simply order a glass of sake. A great appetizer that’s popular at Roka is steamed buns filled with miso-glazed eggplant or crispy tofu topped with spicy ground pork. They pair well with cold noodles topped with mushrooms which are served as part of their omakase tasting menu (a series of dishes chosen by your server).
Chef Marcus Wareing is a British chef and restaurateur who has earned himself an impressive reputation as one of the top chefs in London. He has been awarded a Michelin star on numerous occasions, and his restaurants have received some of the highest accolades possible.
Despite all these achievements, however, it’s important to note that Marcus Wareing’s restaurants are not cheap. The price you will pay for dinner at any one of his establishments can be enough to make even the richest person stop in their tracks (and then proceed to swallow hard). But if you are looking to impress one of our GFE escorts, it’s probably the way to go.
Delightful French cuisine in the heart of Kensington. Not cheap, but always incredible. You can expect to pay between £50-100 per person on dinner at The Square. It’s open: Lunch Mon-Sat 12pm to 2.30pm; Dinner Mon-Sat 6.30pm to 10.30pm (10pm on Fridays and Saturdays). Sunday lunch is available from noon until 3pm. It’s closed on Mondays. You will have to look nice to get in here. They have a reputation to uphold. Smart casual (no trainers), and for the evening dress code, you should wear a jacket and women should wear smart dresses etc. You’ll have no problem with some of the Russian girls at Park Lane Escorts of course, they know how to be stylish literally all the time.
Hakkasan is a Michelin-starred restaurant and nightclub located in Mayfair. This Hakkasan Group property has a sister location in Las Vegas and was named the best Chinese restaurant by the Times in 2018.
The Ledbury is a Michelin-starred restaurant in London. It was opened in 2002 by Brett Graham, who previously ran The Square. The restaurant is located in Notting Hill, which has become known as one of London’s best neighbourhoods for dining out.
The Ledbury features a fixed tasting menu that changes frequently based on the season and what ingredients are available from local farmers. The most expensive dinner at The Ledbury costs £135 per person, but reservations can be made online with no fee up to two months before your planned trip to London
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
The Michelin-starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is in the heart of London with views overlooking Buckingham Palace. Its cuisine is French, Italian, and British, with dishes that include lobster ravioli, chicken liver parfait and fillet steak. The restaurant’s wine list features over 2,000 labels from around the world. Recommended dishes are Kobe beef tartare, scallops wrapped in lardo di Colonnata (a type of cured pork), veal kidneys on toast, roast pigeon breast, pan-fried turbot with crab sauce, and the chocolate soufflé is lovely. The best times to go are Mondays through Thursdays between 6pm and 6:30pm or 8pm to 10:30pm.
Le Gavroche, a French restaurant located in Mayfair and established in 1967, has three Michelin stars. This is an exceptional achievement for any restaurateur to achieve—and even more so when it comes from a team of just two people. The elegant décor at Le Gavroche is simply stunning, with walls adorned with portraits of the world’s most famous chefs and VIP guests around the room. The menu offers classic French dishes such as frogs’ legs and meat mousse served with mushroom sauce, while the wine list includes some stunning bottles from across the globe.
Maze by Gordon Ramsay
Maze by Gordon Ramsay is one of the best London restaurants to dine in. Located in the Shard, which is London’s tallest building, this restaurant offers breath-taking views of the city from its floor-to-ceiling windows. It also has a Michelin star and is one of Gordon Ramsay’s most popular restaurants.
Maze offers an international menu with seasonal dishes as well as classic British fare served at lunchtime or dinner. You can enjoy your meal inside on one of their two dining areas or on its terrace when weather permits!
Hutong at the Shard
Hutong at the Shard is a Michelin-starred restaurant that serves Chinese food, including dim sum and dumplings. The cuisine is influenced by Cantonese cooking, but also incorporates elements of Szechuan and Shanghai cuisines. The prices range from £28 to £89 per person for lunch and dinner respectively; reservations are recommended if you’re looking to eat there on a weekend or during peak hours (between noon and 1 p.m.).
The décor features Northern Chinese art along with traditional furniture like mahogany tables and chairs made from teak wood that have been imported directly from Hong Kong. There’s also an open kitchen where guests can watch their food being prepared in an open-air garden area surrounded by glass walls that overlooks both St Paul’s Cathedral as well as The Tower of London!
The Best in London
The best restaurants in London are those that are most beloved, most talked about and most visited by locals. These restaurants are the ones you simply have to try when you’re in town. There are plenty of other options here, and you can find anything you want within a stone’s throw of your hotel. London really does have cuisine from all over the world, and some of the world’s most famous chefs. Don’t forget to book some quality company to go to dinner with. A romantic evening for two awaits you!