Recommendation by Gerald Chan
British · Two Michelin Stars 2018 · Top 50 Restaurants 2018 · World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2018 · Spare No Expense · Local Experience · Reservations Needed · Little Luxury · Farm-to-Table · Vegetarian · Date Night · Attention to Detail · Big Awards · First-class Service · For Two · Small Groups · Splurge
Open today: 12:00-14:00, 18:30-21:45
127 Ledbury Road, London, United Kingdom
3 months ago
LOVE. The Ledbury lives up to its shimmering 2 Michelin Star reputation. Best Mille Feuille I ever had (pic 11) - it didn't fall apart even when we cut it into quarters, and the knife came out clean. To satisfy savory cravings, highly recommend the egg dish (pic 8; was so good we ordered another) and the wrapped slow cooked beef (pic 10). Wine list is expensive but at the top ends there are good wines for decent prices. Would definitely come back. Ladies; leave the 6-inch heels at home, you need to walk down a narrow flight of stairs to get to the bathroom.
2 years ago
Australian-born chef Brett Graham has two Michelin stars, the 42nd spot on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, and the 18th rank on The Good Food Guide’s Top 50 UK Restaurants under his belt. All these are well-deserved distinctions, thanks to The Ledbury’s outstanding high-end London dining experience. Sample modern British food injected with Pacific touches, delivered by an exceptional service team. Stand-outs include their Tasting Menu’s Candy Beetroot, Baked in Clay, Caviar Salt and Smoked Eel and the Lunch Menu’s Cornish Cod, Caramelised in Richmond Park Honey and Kohlrabi.
4 months ago
One of my favorite breakfasts in a hotel. Beautiful interiors and great food. Get a table by the window - super pretty in the morning.
4 months ago
Okay, maybe this one is a little bit pretentious. They want you to pay when you book (urgh), they won't allow cancellations (why), they ask you for your interests (really), and they serve their food in all sorts of strange receptacles (see photo), but if you can get over all of those things, boy are you in for a treat! The food is imaginative and interesting without trying too hard to be so. You can still recognise most things on your plate and each ingredient still shines through. Very Scandi, if you know what I mean. I still think of their truffled scallop fondly. Probably the tastiest scallop I've had. As soon as I'd finished it I was sad because it was over.
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