Fine Dining Restaurants in London

Looking for somewhere unequivocally fancy to dine this evening in London? Heralded for our sophisticated spots and plush plates, it's no wonder that there's so many places to go. From heralded eateries and hidden foodie spots, to stunning London restaurants with decadence and charm with the menus to boot, why not check out our recommendations for the best fine dining restaurants in London. 

Last updated on 3rd March 2020




Ooty

48 user reviews 4

From acclaimed Head Chef Manmeet Singh Bali, of the former Michelin-starred Vineet Bhatia, Ooty is a unique fine dining concept in the heart of Marylebone. Specialising in South Indian cuisine, it combines a luxury dining room with a downstairs cocktail bar and causal eating outpost for a full taste adventure. 

The Soak

4 user reviews 4

Looking for somewhere that'll really impress? Whether you're on a date night, family meal or simply catching up with friends, this Victoria restaurant is an ideal choice. Expect all-day dining options with preserved, cured, pickles and brined elements to the dishes.

Cabotte

8 user reviews 5

Offering a menu of French cuisine paired expertly with wine from across the country, Cabotte is one of the London's best fine dining restaurants. The elegant menu features dishes such as ham and parsley terrine, served with apple and raisin chutney, and succulent beef cheeks bourguignon en cocotte. 

Savoy Grill

1 user review 5

Located inside one of London's most iconic hotels, The Savoy Grill does fine-dining the old fashioned way. White table-cloths and sparkling glassware make up the setting, while the food offers a luxurious selection of classic British eats, from steaks and Waldorf salads, to grilled lobster and fresh rock oysters.

Experience some of the best French cuisine London has to offer at Pétrus, a central Knightsbridge Michelin-star restaurant. Over the evening you'll be treated to dishes such as foie gras terrine, fallow deer and prune souffle, cooked using a mixture of both modern and classical techniques, whilst sipping from an extensive selection of fine wines.

Craft London

29 user reviews 5

Fine dining in London doesn't often come with views like this. Craft London not only offers some of the most delectable British dishes in the capital – with ingredients sourced in-house, where possible – they have some of the finest views, with a skyline cocktail bar offering spectacular sites of the Greenwich peninsular.

The Palm Beach Restaurant

28 user reviews 5

The Palm Beach Restaurant is shaking up the dining game with its internationally-inspired menu, created by award-winning executive chef Mahmud Zaman. With a mixture of South Asian, Middle Eastern, European and Chinese dishes on offer, you can spend an evening in the stunning Mayfair venue feasting on a variety of dishes such as chana chaat, truffled hummus and sweet & sour prawns.

Marcus

2 user reviews 4

Located on Wilton Place, this Knightsbridge restaurant is a must for all food lovers. The perfect place for a special occasion, this Marcus Wareing-led spot serves up gorgeous plates like slow-cooked egg with courgette, truffle and girolles alongside desserts that combine coffee with mascarpone and bourbon.

Located in the heart of Marylebone, TOKii is bringing a luxurious Asian dining experience to London with its menu inspired by Eastern and Western cuisine. With its lavish interiors and menu of sushi, sashimi, seafood and meat cooked on the Robata grill, this is fine dining at its best. 

Colony Club

1 user review 3

If there's anywhere you can experience fine dining restaurant in London, it'll be in the luxurious throws of Mayfair where you'll find the Colony Club. A contemporary casino-come-cocktail bar-come swanky restaurant characterises the Colony Club. Taste cuisines from across six different continents and sip on hand crafted cocktails.