2014 Michelin Stars for London

2014 Michelin Stars for London, photo:chris osburnWhoa, when I go the idea to list all of London's Michelin starred restaurants I really didn't realize it would be quite so lengthy. Yep, London's got just over 60 fine dining establishments boasting the much sought after stars from the famous Michelin Guide on where to eat. Of the nine new entries from London, I've had the pleasure of dining at three this year – Bo London, HKK and Lima – and can attest that they comprise a trio well deserving of accolades and recognition. Anyway, once I pho my list I figured I should go ahead and finish it and share it with you. So here it is. Bon Appétit!

*** Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester (retains three stars)
Park Lane, W1K 1QA

* Alyn Williams at The Westbury (retains star)
Bond Street, W1S 2YF

* Amaya (retains star)
Halkin Arcade, 19 Motcomb Street, SW1X 8JT

* Ametsa with Arzak Instruction (awarded one star for first time)
5 Halkin Street, SW1X 7DJ

* Angler (awarded one star for first time)
South Place Hotel, 3 South Place, EC2M 2AF

* Apsleys (retains star)
Lanesborough London, Hyde Park Corner, SW1X 7TA

* Arbutus (retains star)
63-64 Frith Street, W1D 3JW

* Benares (retains star)
12A Berkeley Square, W1J 6BS

* Bo London (awarded one star for first time)
4 Mill Street, W1S 2AX

* Brasserie Chavot (awarded one star for first time)
41 Conduit Street, W1S 2YQ

* Chez Bruce (retains star)
2 Bellevue Road, SW17 7EG

* Club Gascon (retains star)
57 West Smithfield, EC1A 9DS

* Dabbous (retains star)
39 Whitfield Street, W1T 2SF

** Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel (up from one to two stars)
66 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7LA

* Galvin at Windows (retains star)
London Hilton, 22 Park Lane, W1K 1BE

* Galvin La Chapelle (retains star)
35 Spital Square, E1 6DY

*** Gordon Ramsay (retains three stars)
68069 Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4HP

** The Greenhouse (up from one to two stars)
27a Hay's Mews, W1J 5NY

* Hakkasan Hanway Place (retains star)
8 Hanway Place, W1T 1HD

* Hakkasan Mayfair (retains star)
17 Bruton Street, W1J 6QB

* Harwood Arms (retains star)
Walham Grove, SW6 1QP

* Hedone (retains star)
301-303 Chiswick High Road, W4 4HH

** Helene Darroze at The Connaught (retains two stars)
Carlos Place, W1K 2AL

** Hibiscus (retains two stars)
29 Maddox Street, W1S 2PA

* HKK (awarded one star for first time)
Broadgate West, 88 Worship Street, EC2A 2BE

* Kai (retains star)
65 South Audley Street, W1K 2QU

* Kitchen W8 (retains star)
11-13 Abingdon Road, W8 6AH

* L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon (retains star)
13-15 West Street, WC2H 9NE

* La Trompette (retains star)
5-7 Devonshire Road, W4 2EU

* Launceston Place (retains star)
1A Launceston Place, W8 5RL

* L'Autre Pied (retains star)
5-7 Blandford Street, W1& 3DB

** Ledbury (retains two stars)
127 Ledbury Road, W11 2AQ

** Le Gavroche (retains two stars)
43 Upper Brook Street, W1K 7QR

* Lima (awarded one star for first time)
31 Rathbone Place, W1T 1JH

* Locanda Locatelli (retains star)
8 Seymour Street, W1H 7JZ

** Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley (retains two stars)
Wilton Place, SW1X 7RL

* Maze (retains star)
10-13 Grosvenor Square, W1K 6JP

* Medlar (retains star)
438 King's Road, SW10 0LJ

* Murano (retains star)
20 Queen Street W1J 5PP

* Nobu (retains star)
19 Old Park Lane, W1Y 1LB

* Nobu Berkeley Street (retains star)
15 Berkeley Street, W1J 8DY

* One Leicester Street (retains star)
1 Leicester Street, WC2H 7BL

* Outlaw’s at The Capital (awarded one star for first time)
22-24 Basil Street, SW3 1ATras

* Petrus (retains star)
1 Kinnerton Street, SW1X 8EA

* Pied a Terre (retains star)
34 Charlotte Street, W1T 2NH

* Pollen Street Social (retains star)
8-10 Pollen Street, W1S 1NQ

* Quilon (retains star)
41 Buckingham Gate, SW1E 6AF

* Rasoi (retains star)
10 Lincoln Street, SW3 2TS

* River Cafe (retains star)
Thames Wharf  Rainville Rd, London, Greater London W6 9HA

* St John (retains star)
26 St John Street, EC1M 4AY

* Seven Park Place (retains star)
7-8 Park Place, SW1A 1LS

** Sketch, The Lecture Room & Library (retains two stars)
9 Conduit Street, W1S 2XG

* Social Eating House (awarded one star for first time)
58 Poland Street, W1F 7NR

** Square (retains two stars)
6-10 Bruton Street, W1J 6PU

* Story (awarded one star for first time)
201 Tooley Street, SE1 2U3

* Tamarind (retains star)
20 Queen Street (basement), W1J 5PR

* Texture (retains star)
34 Portman Street, W1H 7BY

* Tom Aikens (retains star)
43 Elystan Street, SW3 3NT

* Trishna (retains star)
15-17 Blandford Street, W1U 3DG

* Umu (retains star)
14-16 Bruton Place, W1J 6LX

* Viajante (retains star)
Patriot Square, E2 9NF

* Wild Honey (retains star)
12 St George Street, W1S 2FB

* Yauatcha (retains star)
15 Broadwick Street, W1F 0DL 

 

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