London is the most diverse restaurant city in the world. Every year LRF’s Top Ten series celebrates the leading cuisines by inviting its greatest chefs to create an exclusive four-course menu for one night only in their restaurants.
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Hide, the most daring and innovative venture of Ollie Dabbous, won a Michelin star just six months after it opened, maintaining Ollie’s reputation as one of the UK’s brightest and most accomplished chefs.
Theo Randall at the InterContinental has been firmly established on the London dining scene since opening in 2006, winning his Michelin-star at The River Cafe where he worked for 15 years. Theo creates award-winning rustic Italian dishes with the very best seasonal ingredients.
Sabor Michelin-starred, ex-head chef of Barrafina, Nieves Barragan opened Sabor in 2018 and it has been notoriously hard to get a table since. This exclusive menu, paired with Estrella Galicia beers, will take you on a journey through the regions and flavours of Spain.
Hakkasan Michelin-starred Hakkasan, Hanway Place is the original restaurant of Hakkasan. Executive chef, Chef Yeo believes that fresh ingredients are the key to quality Cantonese cuisine. Treating each element of his dishes with care and passion, he allows the ingredients to shine.
The Ninth is Jun Tanaka’s first solo venture, focusing on simple yet refined Mediterranean-style cooking and the finest seasonal produce. At the Michelin-starred restaurant, all dishes are designed for sharing with specialities including raw and cured dishes, chargrilled meat and fish, as well as beautiful vegetarian dishes.
Adam Handling Chelsea. Award-winning chef and owner of The Frog and Adam Handling Chelsea, Adam combines his creativity and theatrical flair with his love of Modern British cuisines and innovative techniques to produce beautifully presented and skilfully prepared dishes that deliver real harmony and depth of flavour.
Delamina in Marylebone was opened by husband and wife team Limor and Amir Chen. Limor is the driving force behind the menu, drawing on her eclectic heritage — she was born in Tel Aviv to a family of Middle Eastern and European origin — and inspired by her father, a passionate cook who exposed her to the myriad flavours, herbs and spices of the region.
Yopo Following Chef George Scott-Toft’s journey through Argentina, Chile and Peru, YOPO showcases the best of South American cuisine. Featuring indigenous Amazonian ingredients and traditional dishes perfected over generations, Yopo brings bold flavours of Buenos Aires, Santiago and Lima to London.
Cinnamon Club Vivek Singh is one of the most successful and respected modern Indian chefs in the country, with four renowned London restaurants to his name. His refined approach to Indian cuisine has changed the perception of Indian food in the UK.
Bibendum A legend amongst his peers and known for combining highly skilled classical techniques with the world’s best produce, Claude Bosi is one of the best chefs in the UK today. This is a lunchtime event.