The 2024 Michelin Star Awards Reveal London’s Top Restaurants

The Michelin Guide has awarded last night the new star restaurants for 2024. Its stars are the main restaurant award recognised globally and is an aspiration for chefs and restaurateurs alike .

With great excitement we introduce you the 'stars' of the show in 2024:


NEW Three-starred restaurant

The Ledbury

Address: 127 Ledbury Road, Notting Hill, London W11 2AQ

Chef Brett Graham runs the show here, and the restaurant has been beautifully refurbished after Covid.

Price: From £165 for the six-course tasting menu to £210 for the full tasting dinner menu.


NEW Two-starred Restaurants


Address: The Peninsula, 1 Grosvenor Pl, Belgravia, London SW1X 7HJ

The rooftop restaurant at The Peninsula London run by Claude Bosi (multi-Michelin-starred chef).

Price: From £145 (for a 3 course a la carte lunch or dinner) and tasting menus from £175.



Address: 42 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4JH

The Sethi family focuses on modern Indian food with British ingredients, using a tandoor oven and sigri charcoal grill making it UK's first two-Michelin-starred Indian restaurant.

Price: From £48 (for three-course lunch) to £110 (for the tasting menu).


Address: 36 Snowsfields, Bermondsey, London SE1 3SU

An informal take on fine dining by chef Jonny Lake and master sommelier Isa Bal, both from Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck.

Price: Around £30 to £50 for the a la carte menu.

New one-starred restaurants


Address: 16-18 Beak St, Soho, London W1F 9RD

Run by Tomos Parry (owner of Brat) and inspired by Spain and Wales.

Price: Small plates around £5 to £20

Restaurant 1890

Strand -  The Savoy, Strand, London WC2R 0EU

Gordon Ramsay's third restaurant at The Savoy, inspired by the famous chef Georges Auguste Escoffier who worked at The Savoy in 1890.

Price: From £75 for lunch to £175 for a more extensive dinner menu.


Address: Four seasons, Hamilton Pl, Mayfair, London W1J 7DR

Top French chef Yannick Alleno runs the main restaurant and bar at The Four Seasons on Park Lane.

Price: From £22 for breakfast to £148 for dinner. Lunch in 55 minutes is £55.50.



Notting Hill - 105-107 Talbot Road, London W11 2AT

Notting Hill's Dorian comes from Chris D'Sylva, the man behind Notting Hill Fish + Meat Shop and has become a massive hit with reservations extremely hard to come by and a very A-list clientele to boot. It's billed as a British bistro and wine shop and has a top-class team behind it, particularly in chef Max Cohen, previously at Kitchen Table, Ikoyi and Frantzén.




Mayfair - 12 St George's Street, London W1S 2FB

Coming from the same group that opened Sumi and Endo at the Rotunda, this is a wood fire concept in Mayfair. Colombian-born chef Miller Prada leads the kitchen with a huge wood grill at the heart of the open kitchen, with the counter being the place to be, sitting in front of the most intricate grills you're likely to see. Look out for more fireworks on the very impressive cocktails.

Price: The set lunch starts at three courses for £58. There's also a six-step tasting menu for £108.



Fitzrovia - 21 Berners Street, London W1T 3LP

Akoko, from Aji Akokomi, is centred around West African cuisine and they say their aim is to "pay homage to the country's culinary heritage by using recipes passed down through generations and traditional cooking techniques of smoking, curing and fermenting". Expect a mix of British ingredients and African spices throughout the menu.

Price: The three-course menu is £55 and the longer eight-course menu is £120.


Humble Chicken

Soho - 54 Frith St, Soho, London W1D 4SL

This is top chef Angelo Sato's solo Soho restaurant and while it started life as a restaurant that was all about chicken (hence the name), it's now changed into a much broader omakase affair that's described as serving a "Japanese-inspired 8-course tasting menu with a European accent." That said, you may see some chicken yakitori making an appearance in the tasting experience.

Price: The 12-course omakase for Saturday lunch is £95. Otherwise, it's a 16-course omakase offering for £145.



Soho - 16 St Anne's Ct, London W1F 0BF

Hidden away in Soho is Simon Rogan's only London restaurant, a chef's table experience that fits in just 12 people per sitting. Everything is centred around the kitchen, so you're right in the thick of things. Here you can expect an ever-changing "farm to fork" tasting menu with a large amount of the produce sourced from Rogan's own Lake District farm.

Price: The tasting menu is £185



Area - Flemings Mayfair, 7-12 Half Moon St, 7-12 Half Moon St, London W1J 7BH

The main restaurant inside the Flemings Mayfair hotel, Ormer is now run by Executive Chef Sofian Msetfi (previously at Adare Manor and The Hand and Flowers). It uses seasonal produce from the UK and also has its own kitchen garden in Essex. That's all used in a solely tasting menu experience (and they have vegetarian and vegan options too).

Price: The five-course tasting menu is £79, the seven-course menu £115



Fitzrovia - 3 Great Titchfield St., London W1W 8AX

After initial success in Brixton, Adejoké Bakare moved Chishuru to a bigger space in central London. In this two-floored space you'll find the same modern West African cuisine that proved such a hit at the original opening. Expect a regularly changing set menu with some truly innovative touches to West African dishes.

Price: It's £40 for lunch and £75 for dinner


Sushi Kanesaka

Mayfair - 45 Park Ln, London W1K 1PN

Already enjoying two Michelin stars at his Tokyo restaurant, chef Shinji Kanesaka created a stir with the opening of this incredibly luxe omakase restaurant at 45 Park Lane, not least because of the startling cost of the set menu. Given that he's one of the finest traditional Edomae sushi masters in Japan that price probably isn't surprising. With just 13 seats the diners are getting an incredibly intimate experience here.

Price: The omakase menu is £420


The Michelin Bib Gourmands 2024


These awards "highlight restaurants which offer good quality, good value cooking". The new Bibs for 2023 are:

  • Empire Empire (Notting Hill) - Notting Hill outpost of the Gunpowder group "offers the cuisine of Punjab and Northwest India through interesting dishes with a real freshness and vitality."
  • Les 2 Garcons (Crouch End) - Classic French fare "where well-loved dishes like French onion soup and steak frites are delivered with a wonderful sense of joie de vivre".


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