Latest Michelin Star Restaurants
Plu is a very welcome addition to St John's Wood, a fine dining restaurant just a short walk from the iconic Beatles Abbey Road crossing.
Madera at Treehouse London
The former Saint George's Hotel situated next to the BBC's Broadcasting House on Langham Place has been relaunched by the American Treehouse hotel group, located a few minutes walk from Oxford street tube.
The Restaurant at The Capital
David Levin who founded The Capital in 1970 sold the venture to Warwick Hotels & Resorts, but has remained a consultant within the company.
Trullo is a gem of a neighbourhood restaurant, taking it's name from the small round stone houses with conical roofs in the Italian region of Apulia, it is located in Islington, just off Highbury Corner.
28°- 50° Covent Garden
Occupying a corner position on Upper St Martin's Lane and Shelton Street in the heart of Covent Garden, 28°- 50° opened a flagship restaurant in November 2019, having already established a branch in Marylebone.
Terra Rossa located on bustling Upper Street in Highbury has taken over the former premises of Spanish tapas bar Thyme and Lemon.
RedFarm is located in the heart of Covent Garden, the brainchild of Ed Schoenfeld who already operates two siblings in New York.
Former Chiltern Firehouse and Viajante chef Nuno Mendes has picked up a well deserved Michelin star, just 18 months after launching Mãos in Shoreditch with partner James Brown.
Endo at the Rotunda
Endo at the Rotunda is the eponymous debut Japanese sushi restaurant from chef Endo Kazutoshi, a third generation sushi master from Yokohama, who previously held the position of Executive Chef within the international Zuma chain.