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Best 5 London Restaurants in 2013 to eat in 2014

2014 just arrived and we think a lot of food in this day. All the desserts and Christmas food, the new years night food and champagne, have open the appetite for today article. So, I will talk about the best London restaurants in 2013 and London‘s Michelin-starred restaurant winners for 2014. Here are some good suggestions to visit this year.

The Greenhouse

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2 Michelin stars

Who’s the chef? Arnaud Bignon
Why it’s rated:
 Bignon looks to combine traditional French training with contemporary techniques and he’s clearly succeeded, even AA Gill concurs calling a foie Gras dish he had there this year ‘spectacular”. An expensive restaurant though – definitely one for a special occasion meal.

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

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2 Michelin stars

Who’s the chef? Ashley Palmer Watts
Why it’s rated:
 Any new restaurant with Heston’s name on the door was always going to attract Michelin stars, But two years after opening head chef Ashley Palmer Watts continues to thrill with his historically-inspired menu. Obviously the meat fruit and tipsy cake will always be on, but there are new dishes too such as Frumenty – grilled octopus, smoked sea broth, pickled dulse & lovage which has had diners raving.


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1 Michelin star

Who’s the chef? Tom Sellers
Why it’s rated:
 With just one night out of his kitchen in the five months since the restaurant opened, Tom Seller’s dedication to his job has paid off. He describes his food as “British, ingredient-led and steeped in history. Simplistic in idea, yet technical in execution, with a bit of youthful fun thrown into the mix.” The critics concurred with almost universal love for this Bermondsey restaurant.


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1 Michelin star

Who’s the chef? Tony Fleming
Why it’s rated:
 The rooftop seafood restaurant at D&D’s first hotel, South Place in Moorgate, combines style, comfort and lovely views with on point cooking. It attracted praise from ES Magazine’s critic Grace Dent who said: “It’s businessy but it has a heart, the staff are attentive and convivial, and the dessert menu is bloody superb.”

Outlaw’s Seafood & Grill at the Capital

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1 Michelin star

Who’s the chef? Pete Wiggs
Why it’s rated:
Nathan Outlaw’s takeover of the restaurant at the Capital Hotel hasn’t perhaps gone as smoothly as planned. Many critics felt there was a mismatch between the room and style of cooking. But it’s clearly pleased Michelin and certainly the restaurant‘s seafood couldn’t be more sparkling fresh with such brilliant supply ties to Outlaw’s other Michelin-starred restaurant in Cornwall.

Have you ever gone to some of this best restaurants in London? Tell me about your experience. Which london restaurant you prefer?

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