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London Restaurants Awarded Michelin Stars

The MICHELIN Guide 2024 has been announced and London has had a highly successful year, with a new Three Star, 3 new Two Star and 11 new One Star restaurants bolstering the city’s selection. Add these newly-crowned venues to your guest recommendations and rest assured they'll be in good hands.

The Ledbury Joins the Three Star Family

Inside The Ledbury Restaurant London
A Three Michelin Star Experience awaits at The Ledbury. Photo: Justin De Souza.

The Ledbury has been announced as the Guide’s ninth Three Michelin Star restaurant.

When dining, the Inspectors found that they had "never eaten better here" and the dishes were "everything they expected of a restaurant with this highest of gastronomic honours".

Super produce has always been the bedrock of what they do here, including the mushrooms grown in-house and deer from their own small estate.

From its refined combinations to exemplary depth of flavour, The Ledbury has it all. 

The Ledbury offers 6-course and 8-course tasting menus, complemented by matching wines.

Children over the age of 12 are welcome in the dining room.

PIC Cap to come. the Ledbury Photos: Justin De Souza.

Three New Two Star Restaurants

With 3 of the 6 new Two Michelin Star restaurants in London, it has been a banner year for British and Irish gastronomy. Perhaps most significantly, the Guide has its first ever Two Star Indian restaurants including Gymkhana in London, where Siddharth Ahuja serves up "exceptional versions of time-honoured classics".  

Elsewhere in London, Trivet has made the jump from One Star to Two, thanks to the "flavour-packed, technically superb cooking of Jonny Lake and his team". 

Meanwhile, Brooklands, inside the luxury Peninsula Hotel and overseen by Claude Bosi, goes straight into the Guide with Two Stars, "such is the excellent quality of the ingredients and the fine execution from Chef Francesco Dibenedetto".  

Gymkhana receives Two Michelin Stars. Photo: Gymkhana.

roasted lobster at Akoko Restaurant London
Roasted lobster at Akoko. Photo: Jodi Hinds.
New One Star Restaurants

A total of 11 of the18 New One Star restaurants are in London, adding to the city's already fabulous selection. Akoko and Chishuru have helped to put West African cuisine firmly on the menu by each gaining a Michelin Star. Each restaurant offers superb cooking that greatly enhances the UK’s culinary offering.  

London’s Japanese dining scene has also improved this year, with the classic omakase experience at Sushi Kanesaka and the more creative Humble Chicken each gaining a Star. Meanwhile, wood-fired cooking continues to be on-trend with Mountain and Humo being recognised as masters of the form.  

Three of the new Stars are under the auspices of big-name chefs, with Simon Rogan’s creative style in evidence at Aulis, Yannick Alléno’s cooking transported to Britain through Pavyllon London and 1980 by Gordon Ramsay serving up classical dishes inspired by Auguste Escoffier.  

Rounding out London’s newly crowned restaurants are new Stars in two of its swishest neighbourhoods. In Notting Hill, Dorian is free from pretension but big on quality ingredients, while Ormer Mayfair has taken the leap to the next level by combining classical and modern cooking. 


A New Green Star Venue

The Green Star was introduced to The MICHELIN Guide Great Britain & Ireland in 2021, to highlight the restaurants at the forefront of the industry when it comes to their sustainable practices. This year, there are 6 new recipients of the Michelin Green Star, including one in the city - Restaurant St. Barts - bringing the total number of role model restaurants to 33. From locally foraged ingredients and zero waste schemes to no-dig vegetable gardens and on-site orchards, these restaurants are leading the way when it comes to sustainable gastronomy.

Restaurant St.Barts is leading the way when it comes to eating green. Photo: Steven Joyce.

New Bib Gourmand Awards

In addition to the Michelin Star winners, two restaurants received Bib Gourmands for their good quality and good value cooking.   Empire Empire is a new disco-themed Indian restaurant in Notting Hill,while Les 2 Garcons is a neighbourhood restaurant located in the heart of Crouch End that mixes Gallic joie de vivre with simple yet flavourful classic French dishes.

Bookings & Enquiries

The Ledbury, 127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, W11 2AQ.

Tel: 0207 792 9090.

Gymkhana, 42 Albemarle Street, W1S 4JH.

Web: Gymkhana.

Tel: 0203 011 5900.

Trivet, 36 Snowsfields, SE1 3SU.

Web: Trivet.

Tel: 0203 141 8670.

Brooklands, 8th Floor, The Peninsula, 1 Grosvenor Place, SW1X 7HJ.

Tel: 0208 138 6888.

Akoko, 21 Berners Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 3LP.

Web: Akoko

Tel: 0207 3230593.

Chisuru, 3 Great Titchfield Street, W1W 8AX.

Web: Chishuru.

Suski Kanesaka at The Dorchester, 45 Park Lane, W1K 1PN.

Tel: 0207 319 7466.

Humble Chicken, 54 Frith Street, W1D4SL.

Tel: 0207 4342 782.

Mountain: 16-18 Beak Street, W1F 9RD.

Web: Mountain.

Web: Humo. Tel: 0203 327 3690.

Aulis,16 St Anne's Ct, Soho, W1F 0BF.

Web: Aulis

Tel: 0203 948 9665

Pavyllon at Four Seasons Hotel at Park Lane, Hamilton Pl, W1J 7DR.

Tel: 0207 319 5200.

1980 by Gordon Ramsay, Savoy Hotel, Strand, WC2R 0EU.

Tel: 0207 499 0124.

Dorian, 105-107 Talbot Road, W11 2AT.

Web: Dorian.

Ormer Mayfair at Flemings Mayfair, 7-12 Half Moon St, London W1J 7BH.

Tel: 0207 499 0000.

Restaurant St. Barts, 63 Bartholomew Cl, EC1A 7BF.

Tel: 0204 547 7985.

Empire Empire, 16 All Saints Road, W11 1HH.

Tel: 0203 930 3658.

Les 2 Garcons, 14 Middle Lane, N8 8PL.


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