Do you like your kidneys? You may have to sell one of them to eat dinner at The Ledbury. Even lunch comes at a petrifying price – £150 - but if we had to lose a vital organ to pay for a meal, we’d probably do it to eat at The Ledbury. The kitchen does a lot of messing around with ingredients and flavour combinations, but always with the aim of giving you something you’re going to remember forever. If you like tasting menus, you’ll love the one here, but if you like to be in control, you’ll be very happy choosing what you eat with the a la carte. Service is as finely tuned as a Ferrari but as relaxed as a stroll in the park. If you’re in London and want to eat at one of the best restaurants in the world, The Ledbury is where you go. Who needs two kidneys, anyway?
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