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London Restaurants

London Restaurants

1. Planet Hollywood Restaurant, London
The daddy of themed restaurants, Planet Hollywood offers fun and atmosphere in Glutten-sized proportions. Be sure to bring your appetite, just like a Hollywood blockbuster , everything is large here - the burgers, salads, steak and chips and fajitas, and atmosphere.

2. La Porte Des Indes London
At La Porte des Indes expect good value, good quality Indian Food, all served in a pleasant environment brimming with atmosphere. Genuine service with a smile The decor is spectacular and the restaurant is massive, encompassing several bars (one of which is 'the jungle bar' where patrons throw peanut shells on the floor) and private dining areas too.

3. The Ritz London
Opened in 1906, The Ritz Hotel retains that special sheen of old-fashioned glamour and graceful living. Imagine the most divine French country house full of beautiful people and beautiful furnishings. Then you're on the way to imagining the pleasure that is this world-famous hotel and dining rooms. This is the perfect place to spoil yourself, or more importantly, that someone special

4. Windows Restaurant Park Lane London
Windows Restaurant offers some of the most stunning and exciting views over London’s skyline and the sights include Buckingham Palace, the new Wembley Stadium and its spectacular arch, Hyde Park and the growing City of London. To complement the setting Chef Jacques Rolancy provides a modern international menu with flavours from around the planet. The service is second to none and the staff take pride in serving. The restaurant is often the setting of romantic proposals as the sun goes down over London.

5. Le Gavroche, London Town
Le Gavroche became the first UK restaurant to be awarded one, two and three Michelin stars. The restaurant has been awarded the best French restaurant of the year category of the restaurateurs of the year awards 2000 and 2001.

6. Gordon Ramsay at Claridge's, London Personal Fave
On October 22, Gordon Ramsay at Claridge's, Brook Street, London, opened, bringing together London's only three Michelin - starred chef and the city's most elegant location. This exciting synergy takes place in a beautiful new restaurant on the site of the hotel's earlier dining room, the interior of which has been opulently renovated to its former 1930's art deco glory by designer and architect, Thierry Despont.

7. Rules Restaurant London Town
Rules still flourishes, the oldest restaurant in London and one of the most celebrated in the world. Rules serves food of this country at its best-and at affordable prices. It specializes in country game cookery, oysters, pies and puddings. A real British institution, a true taste of good old England.

8. The Ship, Wandsworth London
A real find for South Londoners. By the Thames, a pretty restaurant with outdoor eating in the summer. A fine selection of wines and from May-September the famous BBQ gets fired up and the doolali2 outside bar gives a true holiday feel. Kick back and relax, this is leisure dining.

9. Hakkasan London
It may be four years old but Hakkasan is still a magnet for the in-crowd. The location, down ‘a narrow, mysterious street’, adds to the ‘wow factor’ that’s achieved by the restaurant’s ‘beautiful design’. The big basement room is divided into a funky bar serving ‘wicked cocktails’ & the main dining room, itself divided into smaller areas by carved screens providing a sense of privacy.

10. Nobu London Town
Many visitors are convinced Nobu is ‘the best restaurant in London’. Even those who wouldn’t call it ‘perfect in every way’ agree the food is ‘fabulous’, ‘exquisite’, even ‘out of this world’. Overall, Nobu remains ‘very expensive but worth every penny’.

 

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