One tip is right that the best places for eating are in London. Everybody looks for coveted plates and also the emotional relation to the surroundings. If you seem a bit hesitant about choosing the best dishes in London, your agony will stop over.
Submerge completely in as I discover meals to crave for. The diversity of cuisines may confuse your brain, but lined by culinary trends our top guide will clear clouds around you. My favourite list of preferred London’s restaurants (that gathered various types of cuisines), brings a celebration with seafood, ravioli with morels or humble. It sounds so appealing and yummy. My mission to lead you to most indulgent dishes starts.
Each dish a delight in French cuisine
Nowhere offers better seductive plates than in
Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester. It is a tribute to the international cuisine in London.
The cooking and setting are incomparable. The London’s restaurant is a messenger of the French elegancy and delicacy. The three course menu interpret famous cuisine with a modern and sophisticated approach, yet overall experience complements with unforgettable petit pois à la française, foie gras and truffled chicken quenelles.
A new assortment of refined meals is changed every season to keep in suspense its fans. We can eat with sweetness girolles, comté cheese and green asparagus in the summer and Montgomery cheddar in colder months.
Salon Privé invites all guests to a delicious dinner with a glass of wine wrapped in an intimate ambience.
London’s excellent Indian restaurant
There is something special about the location of the Cinnamon Club in the heart of Westminster. It encompasses a wide range of Indian recipes from tandoori – grilled meats to fragrant curries.
Indian cuisine is getting a peculiarity in London. So The Cinnamon Club enjoys being praised for the evolving menu and a precisely balanced wine list. There is a queue waiting for a taste of roasted chicken, plump prawns or delicately lamb mince.
While sitting in the dining room you can watch how the stylish atmosphere inspires the Indian chefs to combine Indian flavours and modern creations, including pau bhaji, well spiced kebabs and hot malasa.
Mexican plates are alive in London
La Bodega Negra is a subterranean den contained by scrubby walls, old piano fragments and tequila barrels. It is a strange and unforgiving rabbit hole where you can descend with other dinners.
On my visit, the waitress delicately brought a specially prepared toasted tortilla, a crunchy cheese and tostadas with guacamole. Definitely, all meals were worth the wait.
If you long for a burrito or roasted tomato quesadilla with prawns and mussels, come to see exceptionally warming service and this strange enthralled spot in London.
Many people arrive in the Mexican restaurant for the chocolate mousse with berry compote. It looks so appetizing and refreshing that tasters could not stop eating, undoubtedly the best part of the whole meal. Accompanied by music bend, all visitors tend to stay as long as possible. A must try for exotic food lovers.