Fine Dining In North West London
|| Whether you’re
celebrating a special occasion, rewarding yourself for
a job well done or simply crave the full flavours of a
well-cooked meal, the world of fine dining in north west
London can be your flambéed oyster.
The height of fine dining is often considered to be French
cuisine, and at John Burton-Race at the Landmark [map] your expectations of quality and class will be met. The
Landmark hotel is known for its lavish interior, and this
is extended to its in-house restaurant where the marble
décor and suitably attired waiters reassure you
that you’re in a place of fine dining. The menu
contains blends of ingredients that are sure to make the
outlay for the meal feel more than justified.
A more intimate alternative for fantastic French cuisine
is L’Aventure [map] in St John’s Wood. While
its cul-de-sac location may seem a little too local, the
food on the regularly updated menu is exactly what you
would expect from a top-notch French restaurant.
For something a little more continental, Odette’s [map] is good option for fans of modern European flavours. This
restaurant has been around for more than 25 years and
has built up a reputation for refreshing traditional flavours
and a superb wine list.
You don’t need to spend your life savings to get
a succulent steak meal in north west London. At The
Grocho Grill [map] in Hampstead you can treat yourself
to arguably some of the best steak in London or other
carnivore favourites like chicken, seafood or duck.
For some of the best Greek food in the capital head to Lemonia [map] in Primrose Hill. Over the years this restaurant has built
up a strong following, these Lemonia lovers revel in the
authentic flavours and lively atmosphere of this top capital
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