33 "Fine Dining" restaurants in London.
Perilla is a very nice looking restaurant on Newington Green serving dishes that hit, and dishes that miss, in a casually refined room.
Hide is a huge, fancy, three-story fine dining restaurant in Mayfair, serving some truly excellent food morning to night.
Casa Fofo is a casual neighbourhood restaurant in Hackney, serving an unusual and sometimes excellent tasting menu at a great price.
Mere functions on absolute precision. It might not leave much room for laughs, but the food at this Fitzrovia spot is worth getting organised for.
Native is a casual fine-dining spot in Southwark. It’s trying to be different, and it’s good at it.
Pollen Street Social is an excellent fine dining spot in Mayfair, but it feels like the kind of restaurant you want to go to all the time.
Park Chinois is a very entertaining upmarket spot in Mayfair serving very average and very expensive food.
Murano is a particularly classy, but ever so slightly boring restaurant in Mayfair, serving Italian food.
Scott’s in Mayfair is one of London’s oldest seafood restaurants where you’ll probably want someone else to pick up the bill.
Roganic in Marylebone is a ‘let me take a moment to explain the menu’ kind of place featuring foraged ingredients. That said, it’s really very good.
Noize is a French restaurant in Fitzrovia with white tablecloths and a serious wine list. It’s not overly formal and the food is fantastic.
This restaurant in Covent Garden is the second location of The Frog, and the food is excellent.
Serge et le Phoque is a Fitzrovia outpost of a Hong Kong restaurant where you will have a perfectly pleasant but not very exciting expensive meal.
Core is an excellent fine dining restaurant in Notting Hill. It’s fine dining for people who actually want a proper meal.
Ikoyi is a casual fine dining restaurant in St James Market serving a Modern European take on West African cuisine.