Restaurants

Top Choice Modern British in Kensington & Hyde Park

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Sumptuously presented Dinner is a gastronomic tour de force, taking diners on a journey through British culinary history (with inventive modern inflections). Dishes carry historical dates to convey context, while th…
Top Choice Modern European in Kensington & Hyde Park

Tom’s Kitchen

Recipe for success: mix one part relaxed and smiling staff, and one part light and airy decor to two parts divine food and voila: you have Tom's Kitchen. Classics such as grilled steaks, burgers, slow-cooked pork be…
Top Choice French in Kensington & Hyde Park

Gordon Ramsay

One of Britain’s finest restaurants and London’s longest-running with three Michelin stars, this is hallowed turf for those who worship at the altar of the stove. It’s true that it’s a treat right from the taster to…
Top Choice Modern British in Kensington & Hyde Park

Rabbit

Three brothers grew up on a farm. One became a farmer, another a butcher, while the third worked in hospitality. So they pooled their skills and came up with Rabbit, a breath of fresh air in upmarket Chelsea. The re…
Top Choice Modern British in Kensington & Hyde Park

Five Fields

The inventive British prix fixe cuisine, consummate service and enticingly light and inviting decor are hard to resist at this triumphant Chelsea restaurant – now with a Michelin star – but you'll need to plan early…
Top Choice Cafe in Kensington & Hyde Park

Pimlico Fresh

This friendly two-room cafe will see you right whether you need breakfast (French toast, bowls of porridge laced with honey or maple syrup), lunch (homemade quiches and soups, 'things' on toast) or just a good old l…
International in Kensington & Hyde Park

Bar Boulud

Combining French gastronomy with American influences must have raised a few chef's eyebrows in Daniel Boulud's native France, but diners vote with their forks, whether they choose the saumon au beurre blanc or the '…
Modern British in Kensington & Hyde Park

Launceston Place

This exceptionally handsome, superchic Michelin-starred restaurant is hidden away almost anonymously on a picture-postcard Kensington street of Edwardian houses. Prepared by London chef Ben Murphy, dishes occupy the…
International in Kensington & Hyde Park

Magazine

Located in the elegant extension of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Magazine is no ordinary museum cafe. The food is as contemporary and elegant as the building, and artworks from current exhibitions add yet another…
Lebanese in Kensington & Hyde Park

Comptoir Libanais

If your battery's flat hoovering up South Kensington's museums, this colourful, good-looking and brisk restaurant just round the corner from the tube station is a moreish stop for Lebanese mezze, wraps, tagine (slow…