Fine Dining In South West London
South West London is brimming with fine restaurants, from exotic
Asian cuisine to modern European meals, if you’re
in the mood for spoiling yourself or your loved one’s you’re
in the right location.
For the ultimate in fine dining cuisine book your table at Gordon
Ramsay’s Chelsea restaurant on Royal Hospital Road [map],
which is one of only three restaurants in the UK to hold a coveted
three Michelin Stars. This place is so fine it even has a dress
code, so please leave your jeans, t-shirts and sportswear in the wardrobe
the day you’re eating here!
Dolphin Square, Chichester Street, is one of the newer fine dining
restaurants in the area.
Chef patron Anton Edelmann and head chef Peter Woods
offer contemporary European cuisine with an emphasis on depths of
flavour and simplicity. Peter Wood’s creative spark and fresh
innovative approach to cooking draws food lovers from across the world
and this is definitely the restaurant to try some unusual dishes.
The décor is garnished with contemporary artwork from
the likes of Andrew Bick and David Austen and there’s
also a commissioned sculpture of an allium flower by Ruth Mouiette.
Putney Bridge [map],
Lower Richmond Road, is a RIBA award-winning building offering
panoramic views across the most fashionable area of London. Try an
al fresco aperitif on the terrace followed by modern French
cuisine in the first floor restaurant.
Famous chef patron Bruce Poole brings his renowned excellent
cooking to Chez Bruce [map],
Bellevue Road, Wandsworth Common. This intimate restaurant offers
a selection of European cuisine and draws a wide selection
of tourists who come from far and wide to taste Poole’s signature
Proud owners of a Michelin Star, The Capital Restaurant
Basil Street, is located in a stylish area of Knightsbridge
and is attached to the luxurious Capital Hotel. The restaurant
has gained a reputation for quality and excellence and head chef Eric
Chavot brings an innovative style of cooking to the table.
When you’ve been mentored by Gordon Ramsay, there’s
no excuse for your cuisine being any less than stunning, and head
chef Marcus Wareing certainly doesn’t disappoint at Petrus
Located in Berkeley, Wilton Place, SW1, the restaurant name comes
from one of the world’s finest and most expensive red wines,
and in the temperature controlled cellar there are 19 vintages
of it ready for those keen to splash out. Prices start at £364
for a 1993 wine to £12,300 for the 1947 vintage.
The choice of cuisine include many signature Petrus dishes and Wareing
offers his particular specialisms in fish and seafood dishes.
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