Michelin Star Restaurants In London

If you've got a special occasion coming up or just want to treat yo' self, only the very best grub in the most beautiful settings will do. From Cantonese cuisine and Indian flavours to elegant French fare, our city's fine dining spots are famous across the globe so you'd better take full advantage. Stick around to read all about the top Michelin star restaurants in London.

Last updated on 4th August 2022

@ Karma Sanctum Soho Hotel on Various dates from Friday 30th September 2022

For Michelin star dining in London, head to Karma Sanctum Soho for an epic evening of delicious eats alongside a cocktail or glass of wine. While chowing down on two or three courses, you'll get to experience delish flavours from chef Garry Hollihead. We mean everything from chicken katsu curry to soy maple-glazed salmon.


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Focusing on seasonal tasting menus and provenance, Marcus offers the very best British produce and bold dishes in Knightsbridge, earning a Michelin star for its efforts. These guys boast especially sought-after desserts, so remember to save room during your earlier courses.


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Inspired by the gentlemen's clubs of Colonial India, Gymkhana offers especially suave interiors and an intimate subterranean setting. It's not just the dishes that have it up there with the top Michelin star Indian restaurants in London; the sweet blend of spices and spirits in their cocktails also pack a punch.

Blind tasting menus serving the likes of ike jime trout, caramelised plantain and smoked jollof rice have earned Ikoyi bragging rights as one of the best Michelin star restaurants in London. Tucked away in St James' market, this contemporary hideaway is dedicated to creating West African flavours using micro-seasonal ingredients, organic meats and British fish.

Fusing classic French techniques with a focus on Mediterranean flavours, The Ninth in Fitzrovia offers thoughtful yet unfussy Michelin-starred food, including their signature salted beef cheek. Small wine producers also come to the fore in a carefully selected drinks list.


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If you're looking to add extra glamour to your fine dining, Hakkasan certainly hits the spot with its sultry tones and glittering gold accents. Their original Michelin star eatery at Hanway Place serves as an inspiration for its many overseas venues, putting them at the forefront of contemporary Cantonese cooking and exceptional service across the globe.

Brat is inspired by the wood-fired feasts of Basque country and renowned for its fish delicacies, yet it's one of the most affordable Michelin star restaurants in London. The Spanish eatery is named after the Old English word for their house specialty: a sharing turbot grilled whole in a handmade basket over charcoal, washed down with perfectly matched wine.


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One of only five 3 Michelin star restaurants in London, Sketch delivers on its promises of an exceptional dining experience. With lavish avante garde interiors, exhibitions from Turner Prize artists and dishes courtesy of master chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Momo Mazouz, you won't forget this meal in a hurry.

One of the best restaurants in London thanks to being Michelin-starred, Cornerstone serves dishes packed with originality from an open kitchen-dining space, so you can marvel at the chefs in action. Seasonal fish and shellfish are the highlight here, including a very British sounding seafood cocktail crumpet and buttery hake Kiev.

Surpassing all 2 Michelin star restaurants in London, Core By Clare Smyth is the country's first and only female-led restaurant to be awarded all 3. Seasonal produce is key to all dishes, thanks to close relationships with British farmers and fisherman, which creates understated yet flavourful cuisine to tantalise your taste buds.

Looking for a restaurant with a Michelin star in Shoreditch? Despite championing an intimate dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere, it's not just fun and games for vinyl-playing Parisian-inspired bistro, Leroy. Revel in dishes like smoked eel and veal shin with roast cep lasagne, swilled down with a glass from the 350 bin wine cellar.

Famed chef Tom Aikens describes Muse as a 'gastronomic autobiography', serving up sophisticated tasting menus that draw on moments in his private life and career. This is one of the most romantic Michelin star restaurants in London, thanks to the rich decor and jewel-toned marble.