Bibendum

restaurants / European

Lonely Planet review

Named after the roly-poly Michelin man, Bibendum offers upstairs dining in a spacious environment illuminated by sunlight through magnificent stained-glass windows. The heritage-listed art nouveau Michelin House setting is unique, but the food is also very good. The Bibendum Oyster Bar on the ground floor offers a front-row seat from which to admire the building’s lovely foyer while lapping up terrific native and rock oysters (per half-dozen £12).