One of our London Recommendation series . The London restaurants have been personally visited by the owner of LMB. So these links are reliable and sincerely recommended. Best Restaurants in London city.
Momo’s is a fascinating place in a beautiful alley, off Regent Street. The club is in the basement and the restaurant on the ground floor. It has an excellent atmosphere and superb Moroccan food. The waiters are professional and charming. Been to Momo’s multiple times and never had a bad experience. The only downside (to me) is that it can be a bit noisy. But then again, that’s the Middle Eastern atmosphere. Highly recommended!
Joe Allen is located in the heart of London’s West end. In a small alley there is just a sign saying Joe Allen. When you enter you arrive in a fantastic combination of a New York and French bistro venue. Live piano music. The service is superb and the food fantastic. Prices are fair, though the wine is relatively expensive.
The Ivy’s image was that it was venue for the rich and famous. Where you had to book months is advance unless you were on the A-list or well connected. Now it is more open to the public. Just ask your concierge and he will book you a fantastic table. The food is superb and prices are not so shocking. Actually I would say its great value for money. And on top of that, the restaurant is open all day till late.
Wiltons is a British Icon. I had never heard of it until I was on business in London with a group of friends who frequently visited the place. It is the epitome of fine British dining. Wiltons has a warm atmosphere and excellent service; with the typical British upper lip. Try the famous pasta wit lobster. I am sure you will be back for it. It is expensive but worth every penny.
Maze is centrally located on Grosvenor Square. It’s a restaurant from the well known celebrity chef mister Gordon Ramsey. No comment on the food and the ambience. It’s simply a great experience to dine at Maze. Dress code is smart casual. Prices are fair considering you eat at a restaurant of a Celebrity Chef. Try it and enjoy!
I love Afternoon Tea; especially scones with clotted cream. You can call me in the middle of the night for it. It’s my weakness. Afternoon Tea at an upscale institute like Fortnum and Mason is like an afternoon in heaven. Go for it.
Restaurant Petrus is located in the heart of Knightsbridge. It’s a famous restaurant of British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey. It has a fantastic ambience and offers superb food for a great night out with your wife or girl friend. Or just to impress your new date. Advance reservations are recommended.
I love Jamie Oliver. He has made it. He serves a variety of food at different levels. The Italian Kitchen is located in Covent Garden and a great concept. It offers delicious and authentic Italian food for a fair price. It’s always busy. You can not make reservations; you just go there and prepare for a long wait usually. The good thing, the wait is worth it.
The first time I had dinner in the W1 Brasserie I got hooked. It’s a stylish eating place in the Cumberland hotel supervised by British celebrity chef Gary Rhodes. Since then I eat here frequently. Whether lunch or dinner. It’s fantastic food for a fair price. The only downside is that when it is fully booked, it gets a bit noisy. Well, I can live with that.
If you want to check out a restaurant yourself and book the table online, then Toptable.com is the site to go. No need to ask your concierge, just do it yourself. It is quick and easy to navigate. It’s available for London and many other cities in the UK. Check it out.