Thursday, 2 August 2012

where to go for eat in london

This is the two michelin star restaurant that many people think deserves a third star. I agree with them. This local restaurant in Notting Hill Gate, never ever disappointed me. The head chef of The Ledbury, used to work at the Square (another great restaurant), and open Ledbury as sister restaurant of the Square.
Lunch is great and dinner is also great. If you'd like to really have a fulfiling dining experience, this is the place to go.
Please make sure to book in advance.

127 Ledbury Road
Notting Hill
London W11 2AQ
020 7792 9090

Well, if you are a reader of satomi's fridge, you might have seen or heard about this place several times.
This is a tapas and charcuterie restaurant which provides great food with cosy atmosphere.
Food is always amazing and service is relaxed and friendly.
You need to try Jamon Iberico at this place. Always busy at there so if you want to make sure you should book a table but if you are not in the rush, half of the restaurant are walk-in counters, you can wait at the pub across the street, the staffs come and find you when the seats are ready.

25 Ganton Street
City of Westminster
020 7494 4170

Fantastic Spanish tapas restaurant. It has been opend as sister restaurant of Fino for a few years now.
I personally prefer this place than Fino. Three tables only are out side, inside, the restaurant consists in just counter seats. Staffs are really speedy and you can just watch almost like a show for cooking program while you are having dinner. Special of the day, selection of fresh seafood, vegetables and meat are available every day. I like this place. 
Strictly no reservation. But again, this place always get busy in lunch time and dinner time. You can still have a snacks  and drinks while you are waiting for seats. Better to go early to grab your seat.  

54 Frith Street  London
Greater London W1D 4SL
020 7813 8016

Nice selection of organic wine with comfort food....This is another great atmosphere wine bar and restaurant. Restaurant is downstairs, wine bar on the ground floor. I like to sit at the counter at the ground floor but if you prefer to have a bit of private space, you can have the same menu at the counter or at the table.

Staffs are always friendly. Very helpful for choosing wine from the large selection of organic wines.  
Group booking is a maximum of 8 people. 
When you feel like nice aperitif, I think it's a good place to visit

Terroirs wine bar and restaurant
5 William IV Street  
London WC2N 4DW
020 7036 0660

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