Top London Restaurants
Maybe you would like to enjoy some Michelin dining with our london escorts here are some restaurant suggestions
Metropolitan Hotel, 19 Old Park Lane, London W1K 1LB
0207 447 4747
Located on the first floor of the Metropolitan Hotel, this stylish Park Lane restaurant, with its seductive minimalist décor and huge windows overlooking Hyde Park, is known for two things: its ‘new style' Japanese cooking and its fashionable, often famous, clientele.
8, Seymour Street, London, W1H 7JZ
0207 935 9088
Giorgio Locatelli award winning and celebrated restaurant at the Churchill Hyatt hotel. This is a great restaurant for both lunch and dinner. Many beloved favourites of the Locatelli repertoire are here: rolled pork with herbs, duck cooked two ways with spelt and broccoli. Try baby spinch with smoked ricotta and Cabernet Sauvignon vinaigrette, and gnocchetti with goat cheese and summer truffles
10, Grosvenor Square, London, W1K 6JP
0207 107 0000
Gordon Ramsay and his protégé Jason Atherton, an alumnus of Spain's famous elBulli restaurant, have created a unique restaurant with an imaginative menu. Maze serves modern European cuisine, tapas style, in a labyrinth of several different seating areas.
25 Davies Street, London, W1K 3DE
0207 399 0500
Cipriani traditional and simple Italian food that they serve. They are proud to offer cosy and homely food rather tha fancy and modern Italian dishes. The delight most clients say is the simplicity but beautiful taste of the food. We believe this is the reason why they remain to be one of our girls' favourites.
20 Mount Street, London W1K 2HE
0207 495 7309
The epitome of Bond-esque glamour in the 1960s, legendary Scott’s has entered a glorious new golden age following its ‘wonderful revamp’, and it fully deserves the title BMW Square Meal Restaurant of the Year 2008. The setting works its magic, but ‘absolutely amazing fish’ is what really lures the crowds, who come for the sexy delights of raw bivalves, high-class renditions of the classics (anything from slip soles with cockles, shrimps and chervil butter to Med-inspired cod with chorizo). Prices are what you would expect on a ‘special night’, and the whole package ticks every box. In fact, Scott’s is right up there as a ‘world-class restaurant in a world-class city’.
5 Raphael Street, London SW7 1DL
0207 584 1010
Some restaurants attract the celeb crowd, others attract foodies, but it’s rare for a place to consistently draw both. Zuma has been doing just that since 2002.
Slick, professional service, decor that still looks hip and cool, plus ‘sublime, wonderful’ food that might include thinly shredded tartare of beef with nori vinaigrette & dry miso dressing, meltingly tender sushi, a monstrous Madagascan prawn cooked over the robata grill and slathered in yuzu pepper sauce. A suitably stellar wine and sake list adds to the allure. In short, Zuma comes close to being a trend-spotting foodie’s paradise.
1 West Street, London WC2H 9NE
0207 836 4751
The Ivy is perennially popular, and feels a little like a private members' club.
It strikes members as being a relaxed restaurant. The food here is based around classic, recognisable nursery dishes, such as sausages and mash, and shepherd's pie, with desserts like the super-sweet rice pudding. Clients also report favourably on the Ivy Burger: a generous beef patty in a bun rammed with dill pickle and club sauce.
Arlington House, Arlington Street, London SW1A 1RJ
0207 629 2239
It was Princess Diana's favourite restaurant. Bill Clinton eats here when he's in London. The Duchess of Cornwall has family meals here with her children. Yet, despite its high-profile clientele, Le Caprice maintains an almost cosy atmosphere that radiates understated glamour. Ten members have reported that Le Caprice makes everyone who walks through its doors feel at home, whether they're politicians, visiting dignitaries, writers, actors, media types or royalty.
28-32 St Martin's Court, London WC2N 4AL
0207 240 2565
When you walk into J Sheekey you're instantly reminded of a gentleman's club: the subdued colours and comfortable, if not luxurious, fittings make clients feel that they're in good hands. That atmosphere is reflected in the service. Professional and no-nonsense are the bywords of the J Sheekey staff, who busy themselves in the hectic restaurant with quiet efficiency.
Gordon Ramsay Royal Hospital Road
68-69 Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4HP
0207 352 4441
Square meal says: ''Could Gordon Ramsay’s three-Michelin-starred restaurant be London’s most consistently excellent? We think so. And we also suspect it’s the best-value three-Michelin-star in Europe. Our clients have nothing but praise for the establishment they say is ‘still the benchmark for all others’, not just because of its ‘amazing food’ but because it offers ‘the best overall experience’.