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GO Fine Dining In West London

Fine Dining in West London When it comes to fine dining West London leads the way. On every corner and in every popular restaurant you’ll find an impressive array of special dishes and internationally renowned chefs at the helm.

If you can’t decide on which cuisine to settle for head to Café Grand Prix [map], Berkley Street, Mayfair which contains three glamorous restaurants: La Rascasse, the Pit Brasserie, and Rosie’s Bar. All reflect the spirit of the original locations in Monaco.

La Rascasse [map] is a stylish French restaurant with one of the most extensive wine lists in London. Rosie’s Bar [map] is the perfect location for a pre-dinner aperitif and for lighter meals enjoy the choice of snacks and bar meals at the smart Pit Brasserie.

140 Park Lane [map] has stunning views as well as an enviable location in one of London’s most famous streets. With a great array of dishes and some light bites to go with the large range of alcoholic drinks, 140 Park Lane is the perfect place to go after a hard day's work or a break from the shopping. If you’re planning a visit during the warmer months take advantage of the “picnic in the park” menu or enjoy a dish from the summer menu.

Head over to Piccadilly for the Criterion Grill [map], which is owned by the celebrated chef Marco Pierre White, the first Englishman to be awarded the coveted three Michelin Stars. The menu is primarily French with several Pierre White signature dishes leading the selection.

One of London’s newest and brightest chefs, Franck Garanger adds an imaginative touch to the exciting menu at Garanger [map], Rawford Street, Marylebone. With a love of Mediterranean cuisine Franck brings innovative culinary influences and global inspiration to the table.

Tired of the same cuisine? Then try I Thai [map], we guarantee you won’t have tried anything like this before. Chef Neil Witney brings a unique blend of ingredients from Italy and Thailand, adding a touch of Japan along the way, to create a menu of simplicity and tantalising flavour. Dishes merge spices and flavours from the Far East with the robust subtlety of Italian cuisine, and the outcome is divine. I Thai is located at Craven Hill Gardens, Bayswater.

For Michelin-starred delights head to swanky Mayfair where you’ll find Sketch [map] on Conduit Street and Umu [map] on Bruton Place, which both offer wonderful cuisine in superb surroundings.

If it takes an award-winner to tickle your tastebuds you could do worse than pay a visit to Le Gavroche [map], Upper Brook Street, which is a holder of two Michelin Stars. The restaurant has been awarded the best French restaurant of the year category of the restauranteurs of the year awards 2000 and 2001 and is always a popular choice for visitors.

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