Exclusive restaurants in London

Michelin star restaurant
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay is one of the most famous chefs in England and owns a number of restaurants. This includes the Restaurant Gordon Ramsey, located in Royal Hospital Road in the London district of Chelsea. Ramsey opened his first restaurant in 1998. Together with Maître Jean-Claude Breton and chef de cuisine Clare Smyth, Gordon Ramsey manages the exclusive restaurant. The restaurant has already been awarded three Michelin stars. Guests can enjoy the exquisite dishes in an intimate atmosphere. The furnishings are characterised by modern elegance from designer David Collins. Guests can learn the art of cooking directly from Gordon Ramsey himself in the master classes.

Standard restaurant

Delightful cuisine using the healthy and sustainable slow food concept is presented with particular finesse at Zucca in the city of London close to Tower Bridge. The creatively implemented Italian cuisine has made Zucca one of the most popular contemporary restaurants in the Thames metropolis and always impresses guests with its high quality. Light pasta creations, artistically served seafood and pizza variations are served in style in the modern interior. The enjoyment of a fine wine with an elegant taste, thanks to the Italian sunshine, is recommended to accompany the tasty dishes. A sweet temptation and a hot, aromatic espresso are recommended for dessert.

Contemporary restaurant
Seashell of Lisson Grove

Lisson Grove is the address in London’s fashionable northwest where the famous Sea Shell restaurant is located. Fans of a maritime atmosphere and with a good appetite for fish dishes made from first class products will feel at home here. Fish & chips for the smart set are served here as well as salmon and prawns from Scotland. Anyone who would rather do without fish can stick to beef, beef sausages or chicken. The classic choices in fish & chips shops in the British capital are cod, haddock and plaice for a tasty meal that every English person enjoys – from dockworkers to the royals.