London is the most diverse restaurant city in the world. Every year London Restaurant Festival celebrates the capital’s leading cuisines by inviting its greatest chefs to create an exclusive four-course menu in their restaurants.
Tickets include a welcome glass of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage on arrival.
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London Restaurant Festival 2019’s ‘Newcomer of the Year’ award winner Anna Haugh, hosts a modern European menu with an Irish influence at Myrtle Restaurant in Chelsea. Using the finest Irish produce, Anna presents sophisticated yet informal dishes in a relaxed dining atmosphere.
Club Gascon is the Michelin-starred French restaurant from Pascal Aussignac and Vincent Labeyrie. Specialising in imaginative cooking – this contemporary French restaurant showcases a menu inspired by the cuisine of southwest France.
Theo Randall has been firmly established on the London dining scene since winning his Michelin-star at The River Cafe where he worked for 15 years. At Theo Randall at the InterContinental, he creates award-winning rustic Italian dishes with the very best seasonal ingredients.
James Lowe opened his first restaurant Lyle’s in Shoreditch, east London, in April 2014. Using only UK products, Lyle earned a Michelin star and was ranked 33 on the “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” list in 2019. James hopes to one day change people’s perceptions around British food through his simple, ingredient-led dishes.
KOL is a modern Mexican restaurant in the heart of Marylebone, London, from Chef Patron Santiago Lastra. Championing seasonality, sustainability and appreciation for wild food, this lunchtime tasting menu overlays the techniques and heritage of Mexican cuisine with the landscape of Britain.