Situated in Marylebone, Locanda Locatelli is a family-run restaurant established in 2002 with head chef Giorgio Locatelli in the kitchen and his wife Plaxy in the front of house.
Featuring a friendly, intimate atmosphere – accentuated by a stunning interior designed by architect David Collins – Locanda Locatelli is a premier destination for those seeking top-quality traditional Italian fare.
The gastronomic masterpieces that chef Agnar Sverrisson creates in this modern European restaurant are highly influenced by his Icelandic roots. Indeed, he makes excellent use of superb ingredients like Icelandic cod and lamb, as well as herbs unique to the island nation.
Meanwhile, co-owner Xavier Rousset has put together an excellent Champagne menu, featuring more than 100 types of bubbly.
Named after the street urchin in Victor Hugo’s famous Les Miserables, Le Gavroche has been one of London’s best-loved restaurants for many years.
Serving fine French cuisine with efficient service and in comfortable surroundings, head chef Rachel Humphrey carefully creates every dish using fresh, high-quality ingredients. Meanwhile, head sommelier David Galetti will be on hand to help you to choose the perfect wine to accompany your meal.
If you love sushi and Japanese food, Dinings is the place to go in Marylebone. Situated on Harcourt Street, this chic venue serves a wide range of Izakaya-style dishes with a fusion of modern European cuisine.
Dinings takes pride in using organic and locally sourced ingredients. Plus, the portions are deliberately small – think tapas – so you can taste a little bit of everything.
A modern brassiere Angelus is a sophisticated restaurant situated in an old pub – and its decor maintains many of the original building’s features to create a truly unique atmosphere.
Menu items include traditional French dishes served with modern flair, while the selection of delectable desserts is sure to leave your taste buds tingling.
For some of the best dim sum in London, the Phoenix Palace is the place to go. Located a short walk from Regent’s Park, this ornately decorated Chinese restaurant offers a huge range of dishes.
You may have to queue for a table, but it’s definitely worth the wait for the steamed dumplings, crispy spring rolls and cheung fun – and be sure to try the barbeque pork buns.