We’re still struggling to pronounce the name of this place, but all you need to know is that it’s an excellent modern French restaurant in a space where you’ll feel like you’re having dinner inside the world’s largest wine vault. Les 110 de Taillevent is all about the finer things in life, and is there as a perfect spot for people who have already figured out that the best things often involve great wine, a comfortable place to sit, and stellar food. Speaking of food, the cuisine here is unabashed Gallic fine dining, with luxury ingredients like foie gras and truffles all over the menu – and the execution is never less than flawless. It costs, but we’ve never been disappointed, and it’s an experience that’s worth the price of admission. It’s a good call for a special occasion, and your parents will love it, too.
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Portland is a great restaurant in the vein of so many in London that focus on simple ingredients and offer a reasonably priced tasting menu.
Atari-Ya Sushi Bar
Atari-Ya does good takeaway sushi and sashimi from a small shop and counter close to Bond Street station.
Roganic in Marylebone is a ‘let me take a moment to explain the menu’ kind of place featuring foraged ingredients. That said, it’s really very good.
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Oldroyd is a mix of French, Italian, and Spanish, and the best restaurant in Islington. It’s also very small, so plan accordingly.
La Fromagerie Marylebone
La Fromagerie is a cheese shop and cafe/restaurant in Marylebone, serving breakfast, lunch, and afternoon tea.
Soutine on St. John’s Wood High Street serves French-ish classics in an environment that could feel like a theme restaurant but is kind of nice.
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Social Eating House
If you like fine dining done Soho-style, you’ll like Social Eating House. The low-lit room is a great place to relax with a drink and some food.
Chelsea restaurant Elystan Street does very good French and Italian fine dining in relaxed surroundings.
Chinese restaurant Phoenix Palace is one of the most upmarket of London’s old-school dim sum restaurants, with great versions of Cantonese classics.
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