While the main three spots to look at in the UK this year are in Cumbria, Cornwall, and Nottinghamshire, London is still the foodie capital of the nation. Fifteen eateries in the capital make it onto the rundown.
The best eatery in the UK, as indicated by the Good Food Guide is L'Enclume, situated in a little Cumbrian town, yet four London settings make it into the main 10. A large number of them additionally have the most costly tasting menus in the city.
From customary honor victor Le Gavroche in Mayfair, to the limit pushing menu at Restaurant Story in Bermondsey, here are the main 13, with their general rankings in sections.
13. Portray (36th) — Two Michelin-featured eatery Sketch in Mayfair is acclaimed for its amazing dishes, however emerges for its presentation. Dishes like this lavender frozen yogurt are altogether served on eccentric plates.
12. Eatery Story (32nd) — This one Michelin-featured eatery in Bermondsey serves only one menu at night, the "Full Story." The courses are called "parts," and this lobster tail with palatable blooms makes up "Section II."
11. Supper by Heston Blumenthal (29th) — Chef Blumenthal is well known for his test dishes. This starter at his eatery in Knightsbridge, a chicken liver pate masked as a satsuma and named "Meat Fruit," is one of his best-known.
10. The Greenhouse (25th) — The Greenhouse, a two Michelin-featured eatery in Mayfair, is another passage to the Good Food Guide's main 50 eateries, and serves extraordinary treats like this chestnut and yuzu with nectar and Guinness dessert.
9. Marcus at the Berkeley (seventeenth) — Chef Marcus Waering's two Michelin-featured eatery at the Berkeley in Knightsbridge serves conventional dishes like Herwick sheep with infant garlic.
8. Le Gavroche (sixteenth) — The great French cooking at Chef Michel Roux Jr's. two Michelin-featured eatery Le Gavroche in Mayfair is incredible. It is one of few London eateries that puts frogs' legs on the menu, served here with a pea veloute.
7. Fera at Claridges (thirteenth) — Chef Simon Rogan's one Michelin-featured restaurant at Claridge's lodging in Mayfair as of late opened a gourmet expert's table seating six individuals. It serves a "shock menu" that showcases deliver from the eatery's own particular ranch, including dishes like crisp shoots with lardo and chestnut margarine.
6. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester (fourteenth) — Chef Ducasse is one of France's best-known gourmet experts. His eatery at Mayfair lodging The Dorchester is one of just two in London that have been granted three Michelin stars for serving remarkable dishes like this lobster with truffled chicken starter.
5. The Ledbury (eleventh) — Chef Brett Graham opened The Ledbury in Notting Hill when he was only 25, and it has earned him two Michelin stars. It serves a scope of inventive dishes like this caramelized banana galette with salted caramel, energy organic product, and a shelled nut oil parfait.
4. Hedone (eighth) — One Michelin-featured Hedone in Chiswick offers an energizing and flawlessly exhibited menu. This dish of Wagyu meat imported from Australia is one of the more well known dishes on offer.
3. Eatery Gordon Ramsay (seventh) — Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea is culinary specialist Gordon Ramsay's lead eatery, and has three Michelin stars to its name. Its sweets, similar to this lemonade parfait, are excellent.
2. Hibiscus (fifth) — Chef Claude Bosi mixes conventional French cooking systems with trial season blends to make his honor winning menu. With one of a kind dishes like this Ovaltine parfait, it's no big surprise Hibiscus is the second best eatery in London.
1. Dust Street Social (fourth) — One Michelin-featured Pollen Street Social is the best eatery in London, assuming control from Restaurant Gordon Ramsay. It serves dishes like this chocolate and cherry sweet in a casual setting. The eatery additionally won Best Front of House in the Good Food Guide's Editor Awards.