Best Tasting Menus In London

There are people that love food and then there are people that Love. Food. If you fall into the latter camp you've probably found yourself ogling fancy restaurant websites dreaming up an evening of culinary excellence. Many restaurants now are taking the torture of decision-making away with dining experiences that showcase the full spectrum of flavour and finesse that these talented chefs are able to create. Luckily for you? We've rounded up the best London tasting menus that any foodie worth their salt should be checking out.

Last updated on 4th August 2022

Ibérica Experiences

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If you're on the hunt for an authentic Spanish dining experience in London, then try out Iberica Experiences. This fabulous dining destination is holding exciting events where you can discover a range of delicious food and fabulous wines.


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If you're on the hunt for Michelin starred restaurants that serve exquisite tasting menus, then Marcus at The Berkeley Hotel is the place for you. Combining five-star service with mouthwatering plates from acclaimed chef Marcus Wareing, previous dishes have included veal tartare with chicken liver parfait through to agnolotti with artichoke, pickled trompette and burrata.


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Offering six courses for £70, Gymkhana's Indian tasting menu brings together the very best in contemporary Michelin starred cuisine. Fronting luxe velvet furnishings and colourful modern art, this swanky Mayfair spot is the perfect place for an intimate dinner date or special celebration meal. 

Only Food And Courses

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A tasting menu like no other in London, join Brixton favourite Only Food And Courses for a 6 course menu that celebrates all things 80s and 90s. Taking you back in time, this £65 selection promises seasonal produce and fun takes on beloved classics. 

A great new edition to London's tasting menu scene, Six By Nico is pairing cutting edge cuisine with theatrical themes and an affordable price tag. The menu at the Charlotte Street spot changes every six weeks, with six shiny new courses and pairing wines, all for less than £70 a head.