Map guide: restaurants

by Great British Chefs Restaurant Map Guide 18 Sep 2019

Get to know a little bit more about the fantastic Michelin-starred restaurants, award-winning gastropubs and rural gourmet boltholes featured on Great British Chefs.

1. 1251

The small and unassuming front of 1251 is easily missed if you’re walking up Islington’s Upper Street, but don’t pass up the chance to eat at James Cochran’s inventive, exciting solo venture.

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Contact information
107 Upper St, London, N1 1QN

Telephone

07934202269

2. 64 Degrees

This small, twenty-seater restaurant in the heart of Brighton is responsible for helping to kick-start the city's culinary renaissance, serving up dishes of fun, tasty and vibrant food seven days a week.

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Contact information
53 Meeting House Lane, Brighton, BN1 1HB

Telephone

01273 770115

3. A Wong

On an unassuming road near Victoria Underground Station, this Chinese restaurant takes diners on a whistle-stop tour of China’s greatest gastronomic regions.

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Contact information
70 Wilton Road, Pimlico , London, SW1V 1DE

Telephone

0207 828 8931

4. Adam's

After winning acclaim with his two year pop-up, Adam Stokes' new, permanent restaurant bolsters Birmingham's reputation as a fine-dining destination. The Michelin-starred dishes are full of flavour, presented in an imaginative way and make any occasion feel special.

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Contact information
16 Waterloo Street , Birmingham, B2 5UG

Telephone

0121 643 3745

5. Alchemilla

With visionary chef Alex Bond at the helm, Alchemilla has fast become one of the most progressive and exciting restaurants in the country, serving unique tasting menus that reinvigorate the idea of veg-first cooking.

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Contact information
192 Derby Rd, Nottingham, NG7 1NF

Telephone

0115 941 3515

6. Angler

Perched on the eighth floor of Moorgate’s South Place Hotel, Angler offers stunning views over the City of London with gorgeous fish and seafood dishes to match. In Gary Foulkes, the restaurant has found a chef with a distinctive style, as he expertly merges classical French, European and Asian flavours.

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Contact information
South Place Hotel, 3 South Place, London, EC2M 2AF

Telephone

02032151260

7. Artichoke

The restaurant features a number of dining rooms, including one for 16 which allows views into the kitchen and a ‘garden room’ which provides guests with a view of the ‘living wall’ of herbs, which are used in the kitchen.

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Contact information
9 Market Square, Old Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 ODF

Telephone

(01494) 726611

8. Baranis

In the basement beneath the Provençal gastronomic paradise of Cigalon is Baranis, a chic bar that brings a laidback 1960s “sud de France” atmosphere to hectic Holborn.

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Contact information
115 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PP

Telephone

020 7242 8373

9. Barrafina Adelaide Street

This authentic tapas restaurant – along with its two other sites in London – is where you'll find some of the best Spanish food in the UK.

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Contact information
10 Adelaide Street, Covent Garden , London, WC2N 4HZ

Telephone

020 7440 1456

10. Barrafina Coal Drops Yard

The fourth Barrafina follows a tried-and-tested template – long marble counters, open kitchens and slick service – but executive chef Angel Zapata Martin brings a distinct Catalonian flair to the menu at the King’s Cross outpost.

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Contact information
Bagley Walk, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4AB

Telephone

02074401486

11. Benedicts

This accomplished bistro is the leading light of Norwich's dining scene, serving unfussy seasonal British food in relaxed surroundings. Chef-owner Richard Bainbridge puts the produce of the county front and centre, combining playful creativeness with nostalgic flavours.

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Contact information
9 St Benedicts Street, Norwich, NR2 4PE

Telephone

01603 926080

12. Bentley's Oyster Bar and Gril

Richard Corrigan and his team have reinvigorated this famed old eatery with exciting results, providing Mayfair with a restaurant that is as prized as the oysters found on its menu.

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Contact information
11-15 Swallow Street, Mayfair, London, W1B 4DG

Telephone

0207 734 4756

13. Bibendum

Many of the UK’s greatest chefs learnt their craft in the kitchens of Bibendum. Now, with the legendary Claude Bosi at the helm, it has returned to its rightful place at the forefront of London’s dining scene.

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Contact information
81 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 6RD

Telephone

020 7581 5817

14. Bistro Union

When Adam Byatt opened Trinity in Clapham, he brought a new level of class to the southwest London suburb. The gifted chef’s new venture, Bistro Union, is a more relaxed affair, a family-friendly neighbourhood restaurant – albeit one with an impressive pedigree.

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Contact information
40 Abbeville Road, Clapham, London, SW4 9NG

Telephone

0207 0426 400

15. Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias

Bryn Williams’ career has gone from strength to strength since his appearance on Great British Menu in 2006. At Porth Eirias, he brings his considerable restaurant experience to Colwyn Bay, North Wales.

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Contact information
The Promenade, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8HH

Telephone

01492 577 525

16. Chapter One

As far as modern fine dining restaurants go, Chapter One is a touch out of the ordinary – being neither a voguish urban townhouse nor a rustic country retreat. In truth, its location on a busy road connecting the Kentish towns of Bromley and Orpington is rather inauspicious. But rest assured, the food is anything but.

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Contact information
Farnborough Common, Locksbottom, Orpington, BR6 8NF

Telephone

01689 854 848

17. Charlie's

The lauded restaurant at Brown’s hotel is now under the watchful eye of Adam Byatt, whose superlative command of British cookery is a perfect fit for this estimable Mayfair institution.

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Contact information
Brown's Hotel, 33 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BP

Telephone

020 7518 4004

18. Chiltern Firehouse

For all the pomp, razzmatazz and tabloid fervour that - for better or for worse - Chiltern Firehouse attracts, it should not be forgotten that as an eatery it has serious credentials.

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Contact information
1 Chiltern Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 7PA

Telephone

020 7073 7676

19. Cigalon

One of chef-patron Pascal Aussignac’s London-based French restaurants, Cigalon effortlessly charms the senses and the stomach by evoking the sounds, smells and flavours of Provence.

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Contact information
115 Chancery Lane , London, WC2A 1PP

Telephone

(020) 7242 8373

20. Club Gascon

Still going strong since it opened in 1998, Club Gascon is a restaurant unashamedly in love with the delectable, moreish flavours of southwest France.

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Contact information
57-59 West Smithfield, London, EC1A 9DS

Telephone

(020) 7600 6144

21. Comptoir Gascon

This outpost of the Gascon empire prides itself on providing rustic food from the south-West of France – in its bistro and, for those who wish to recreate the experience at home, its deli – to a discerning City crowd.

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Contact information
63 Charterhouse Street, London, EC1A 9DS

Telephone

(020) 7608 0851

22. Cornerstone

After years spent running the kitchen at Nathan Outlaw’s Michelin-starred Capital Hotel outpost in London, Tom Brown is striking out on his own with his debut restaurant – Cornerstone.

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Contact information
3 Prince Edward Rd, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5LX

Telephone

0208 986 3922

23. Corrigan's Mayfair

Boasting a menu promising to 'redefine quintessential British cuisine', an ample wine list and an interior redolent of a German hunting lodge, Corrigan's Mayfair well and truly lives up to the name above its doors.

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Contact information
28 Upper Grosvenor Street, London, W1K 7EH

Telephone

0207 499 9943

24. Darby's

This New York-inspired oyster bar, grill and bakery is the latest venture from culinary mega-duo Robin Gill and Dean Parker.

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Contact information
3 Viaduct Gardens, Nine Elms, London, SW11 7AY

Telephone

020 7537 3111

25. Darjeeling Express

From the top floor of Kingly Court in Soho, Asma Khan delivers an authentic taste of India. Recreating the royal Bengali and Rajput dishes of her upbringing, she also offers a platform to support women in food.

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Contact information
Kingly Court, Carnaby Street, London, W1B 5PW

Telephone

020 7287 2828

26. Elystan Street

After seventeen years of working at a two-Michelin-starred level, Phil Howard left The Square to open Elystan Street, a place where the highest quality cooking is presented in relaxed, welcoming surroundings.

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Contact information
43 Elystan Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 3NT

Telephone

020 7628 5005

27. Fhior

Scott Smith’s Scandi-inspired restaurant is a very welcome addition to Edinburgh’s burgeoning culinary reputation. Fhior offers a modern take on Scottish food, with Scottish produce taking centre stage.

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Contact information
36 Broughton St, Edinburgh, EH1 3SB

Telephone

01314775000

28. Fiume

With gorgeous views of the Thames and a sprawling open terrace, Fiume is a true slice of the Mediterranean in Battersea. Where better to enjoy Francesco Mazzei’s comforting southern Italian food?

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Contact information
24 Circus West, Battersea Power Station , London, SW11 8EZ

Telephone

020 3904 9010

29. Frog by Adam Handling

Adam Handling's flagship restaurant in the heart of Covent Garden seamlessly combines flavour, theatrics and invention on every plate, with a curated menu that reflects the personalities of the kitchen team.

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Contact information
34-35 Southampton Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7HF

Telephone

0207 199 8370

30. Galvin at Windows

What do you do if you can’t find a unique space for your restaurant on the crowded streets of London? Look up. Galvin at Windows follows a recent trend for sky-scraping venues – and, as you’d expect from a venue which is named thus, it offers plenty of spectacular sights.

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Contact information
22 Park Lane, London, W1K 1BE

Telephone

(020) 7208 4021

31. Galvin Green Man

Not content with their dominance in London, Chris and Jeff Galvin have spread their wings beyond the capital with Galvin Green Man, returning home to the beautiful Essex countryside they grew up in.

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Contact information
Main Road, Howe Street , Great Waltham , CM3 1BG

Telephone

01245 408820

32. Galvin La Chapelle

Awe-inspiring Victorian interiors, elegant French cuisine and understated service are what earned this unique city restaurant its Michelin star, under the direction of acclaimed chef brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin.

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Contact information
35 Spital Square, London, E1 6DY

Telephone

0207 299 0400

33. GBR

Short for Great British Restaurant, GBR is housed in the luxury Dukes London hotel and specialises in classic British food, courtesy of talented chef Nigel Mendham.

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Contact information
35 St James's Pl , St James', London, SW1A 1NY

Telephone

020 7491 4840

34. Gravetye Manor

Surrounded by coppiced woodland, the drive into Gravetye Manor can feel a little off-piste. But overgrowth makes way for opulence once the tyres meet gravel.

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Contact information
Vowels Lane, East Grinstead, London, RH19 4LJ

Telephone

01342 810567

35. Hambleton Hall

The luxurious setting of Hambleton Hall is a fitting location for Michelin-starred chef Aaron Patterson and his sophisticated, modern British cooking. For over twenty years he has maintained the high levels of consistency that delivered the hotel its first star in 1982.

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Contact information
Hambleton Hall, Hambleton, Oakham, LE15 8TH

Telephone

01572 756991

36. Hartnett Holder & Co at Lime Wood

Hartnett Holder & Co, the restaurant at Lime Wood – a luxurious boutique hotel in the New Forest with a bohemian vibe – is a culinary breath of fresh air compared to conventional country house eateries.

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Contact information
Beaulieu Rd, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, SO43 7FZ

Telephone

(0238) 028 7177

37. Hélène Darroze at The Connaught

French food still commands more respect and reverance than any other cuisine in the world, and at Hélène Darroze's eponymous two-starred restaurant at Mayfair's luxurious The Connaught Hotel, diners can experience truly breathtaking examples of the country's southwestern cookery combined with plenty of international influences in one of the most beautiful dining rooms in the capital.

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Contact information
Carlos Place, Mayfair, London, W1K 2AL

Telephone

020 7499 7070

38. Heritage

After stumbling upon an old pub in Slaugham, Matt Gillan took to Kickstarter to raise funds to renovate the rundown site. The result is Heritage – a beautiful restaurant with rooms in the heart of the verdant Sussex countryside.

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Contact information
The Chequers, Slaugham , RH17 6AQ

Telephone

01444 401102

39. Hide

Set across three floors, this beautiful and ambitious building overlooking London’s Green Park actually houses two separate restaurants and a bar, with both all-day dining and elaborate tasting menus on offer.

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Contact information
85 Piccadilly, Mayfair, London, W1J 7NB

Telephone

020 3146 8666

40. Ikoyi

Undoubtedly one of London’s most exciting restaurants, Ikoyi’s dynamic, West African-inspired menu creates food for thought, offering intelligent, precise and unique cooking in the heart of the city.

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Contact information
1 St James's Market, London, SW1Y 4AH

Telephone

020 3583 4660

41. José Pizarro Broadgate

The third restaurant from acclaimed Spanish chef José Pizarro, his Broadgate venue elegantly pairs his flair for flavour with a focus on simplicity and quality. Although in the heart of London, José Pizarro provides an authentic tapas bar and restaurant experience amidst the rush of city life.

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Contact information
36 Broadgate Circle, London, EC2M 1QS

Telephone

020 7256 5333

42. Kahani

Peter Joseph’s solo venture offers well-balanced Indian dishes that take inspiration from the sights and smells of his hometown of Chennai, combining them with top-quality produce from his new home in Britain.

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Contact information
1 Wilbraham Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 9AE

Telephone

02077307634

43. Kitchen W8

This sophisticated neighbourhood restaurant has held a Michelin star for seven years under the leadership of head chef Mark Kempson and ownership of Phil Howard and Rebecca Mascarenhas, serving modern British food with classical French undertones.

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Contact information
11-13 Abingdon Road, Kensington, London, W8 6AH

Telephone

020 7937 0120

44. Koya Soho

Shuko Oda’s cherished Soho institution has been serving steaming bowls of dashi and piles of thick, bouncy udon noodles to hungry Londoners for over a decade.

Contact information
50 Frith St , Soho, London, W1D 4SQ

45. Kutir

In a charming townhouse in the centre of Chelsea, Rohit Ghai's Indian restaurant Kutir takes classic and traditional dishes from the country and reinvents them as refined, beautiful and flavour-packed plates of food.

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Contact information
10 Lincoln Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 2TS

Telephone

020 7581 1144

46. L’Enclume

Simon Rogan's L’Enclume continues to evolve, and the brilliance and adventure of the food at this Lake District restaurant is now world-renowned.

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Contact information
Cavendish Street, Cartmel Nr Grange over Sands, , Cumbria, LA11 6PZ

Telephone

01539 536 362

47. Le Bar

Le Bar, Club Gascon’s lively little sister, is where you'll find London's best cocktails, wines and 'frapas' (French tapas) inspired by the flavours of southwest France.

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Contact information
57-59 West Smithfield , London, EC1A 9DS

Telephone

(020) 7600 7561

48. Le Champignon Sauvage

Le Champignon Sauvage may have become something of a culinary institution thanks to the imaginative cooking of its chef owner David Everitt-Matthias, but the atmosphere and tone of the restaurant remain refreshingly laid-back.

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Contact information
24-28 Suffolk Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 2AQ

Telephone

01242 573 449

49. Le Cochon Aveugle

Josh Overington’s restaurant in the heart of York is one for adventurous diners – those ready to tackle a blind tasting menu will find some of the most exciting Modern French cooking in the country.

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Contact information
37 Walmgate, York, YO1 9TX

Telephone

01904 640222

50. Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

Jewel in the crown of the Blanc enterprise, restaurant, hotel, cookery school and TV location - Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, colloquially abbreviated to Le Manoir, is a picturesquely-located paradise in Oxfordshire and one of the country’s most renowned restaurants.

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Contact information
Church Road, Great Milton, Oxfordshire, OX44 7PD

Telephone

(01844) 278 881

51. Lympstone Manor

This country house hotel and restaurant is chef Michael Caines’ masterpiece, serving world-class food with views of the stunning Exe Estuary.

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Contact information
Courtland Lane, Lympstone, Exmouth, EX8 3NZ

Telephone

01395 202040

52. Marcus

Few will require an introduction to the eponymous chef at the helm at The Berkeley. He’s one of the country’s most revered professionals, who has long stamped out a reputation for near-perfection.

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Contact information
Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7RL

Telephone

(020) 7235 1200

53. Mark Jordan at the Beach

Building on Mark Jordan’s resounding success at The Ocean, one of only a handful of Michelin-starred restaurants on Jersey, Mark Jordan at the Beach presents diners with a less formal option for dinner, the kind of place where no one would look at you too strangely if you came in with a little sand in your hair from windsurfing.

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Contact information
La Plage , La Route de la Haule, St Peter, Jersey , JE3 7YD

Telephone

(01534) 780 180

54. Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond

This second venture from Martin Wishart is every bit as sophisticated as his central Leith venue, with an added air of country-house glamour.

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Contact information
Cameron House Hotel, Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire, G83 8QZ

Telephone

(01389) 722504

55. Midsummer House

Situated in a smart city villa in Cambridge, with an intimate and classically decked-out dining room, Midsummer House provides a corner of seclusion among the teeming cloisters.

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Contact information
Midsummer Common, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire , CB4 1HA

Telephone

(01223) 369299

56. Morston Hall

Going one step further than the standard ‘restaurant with rooms’ function, Morston Hall – a hotel and eatery located in a refined and pleasant 18th century manor house – offers its guests a number of options for entertainment and diversion when they arrive.

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Contact information
Morston, Holt, Norfolk, NR25 7AA

Telephone

(01263) 741041

57. Murmur

Michael Bremner's second restaurant looks out over Brighton's seafront, offering a very relaxed and casual setting that's perfect for family-friendly eating.

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Contact information
91–96 Kings Road Arches, Brighton, BN1 2FN

Telephone

01273 711900

58. Muse

Tom Aikens' exciting return to the world of fine dining comes in the form of Muse, an elegant, intimate restaurant in the heart of London's Belgravia.

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Contact information
38 Groom Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 7BA

Telephone

+44(0)203 301 2903

59. Northcote

Since opening in 1983 and being placed under the dual management of proprietor Craig Bancroft and chef Nigel Haworth, Northcote, or Northcote Manor as it is sometimes known, has grown into one of most prestigious restaurants in the UK, serving honest British cuisine with passion and integrity.

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Contact information
Northcote Road, Langho, Blackburn, BB6 8BE

Telephone

01254 240 555

60. Oblix

While some diners will come for the views, with the talented Marcus Eaves in the kitchen, the food at skyscraping restaurant Oblix will be the reason they return.

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Contact information
31 St Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RY

Telephone

020 7268 6700

61. Ocean at The Atlantic

Thanks to the island’s clement location, terrain and – in no small part – the efforts of the producers and growers who live and work there, Jersey has become synonymous with some of the best raw materials for cookery in the UK. Its status as a destination and coastline also earmark it as a luxurious and restorative place to take a break.

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Contact information
Le Mont de la Pulente , St Brelade, Jersey , JE3 8HE

Telephone

(01534) 744 101

62. Ockenden Manor

Chef Stephen Crane gives classic British dishes a European touch, producing luxurious food at Ockenden Manor

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Contact information
Ockenden Lane, Cuckfield, West Sussex, RH17 5LD

Telephone

(01444) 416 111

63. Odette's

A neighbourhood restaurant for the residents of Primrose Hill, Odette’s has been around since the 1970s. But it wasn’t until Bryn Williams took over that it became somewhere worth talking about.

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Contact information
130 Regent's Park Road, London, NW1 8XL

Telephone

020 7586 8569

64. Oklava

Selin Kiazim is pushing the boundaries of Turkish food at Oklava, drawing on her Turkish Cypriot heritage and an adventurous palate to deliver perfectly balanced plates with smart modern touches.

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Contact information
74 Luke St , Hackney, London , EC2A 4PY

Telephone

02077293032

65. Outlaw's Fish Kitchen

Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen is Nathan Outlaw’s second restaurant in beautiful Port Isaac, and has already earned a Michelin star for its delicious small seafood plates, served in a rustic fifteenth century seaside cottage.

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Contact information
1 Middle Street , Port Isaac , PL29 3RH

Telephone

01208 881 183

66. Paris House

It is easy to see what Executive Chef and owner Phil Fanning means when he describes Paris House as ‘an emotionally powerful property’: the grounds are prim, the roaming deer are gargantuan, and the architecture is tethered to a bygone age.

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Contact information
Woburn Park , London Road, Woburn, Bedfordshire , MK17 9QP

Telephone

(01525) 290 692

67. Paul Ainsworth at Number 6

With Padstow becoming another one of the UK’s most-visited destinations for food lovers, Number 6 has carved out a niche as a friendly place which makes full use of the wealth of great local ingredients.

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Contact information
6 Middle Street, Padstow , PL28 8AP

Telephone

(01841) 532 093

68. Quo Vadis

This labyrinthine mainstay of Soho's dining scene changes its menu daily, serving simple British food absolutely bursting with incredible flavour.

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Contact information
26-29 Dean Street, London, W1D 3LL

Telephone

020 7437 9585

69. Radici

Francesco Mazzei’s latest venture sees relaxed southern Italian food on offer opposite the Almeida Theatre in Islington.

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Contact information
30 Almeida Street , London, N1 1AD

Telephone

020 7354 4777

70. Restaurant Martin Wishart

Having come through the ranks under Marco Pierre White, with ringing endorsements from the man himself, it’s not surprising that Martin Wishart’s name on this charming harbour-side Leith eatery brings the crowds in.

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Contact information
54 The Shore , Edinburgh, EH6 6RA

Telephone

(0131) 553 3557

71. Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms

In an industrial estate just outside Nottingham under pylons and a flyover lies this incredible temple to gastronomic brilliance, where head chef Sat Bains cooks contemporary tasting menus using the best of local produce.

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Contact information
Lenton Lane, Nottingham, NG7 2SA UK

Telephone

0115 986 6566

72. Rogan & Co

Round the corner from Simon Rogan’s two-starred flagship L’Enclume, Rogan & Co is a relaxed neighbourhood restaurant making the most of Lake District produce.

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Contact information
Devonshire Square, Cartmel, Cumbria, LA11 6QD

Telephone

01539 535917

73. Root

Talented Bristolian chef Josh Eggleton has reformed his Chicken Shed restaurant in Bristol’s historic harbourside, deciding instead to give vegetables star billing at Root.

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Contact information
CARGO , Wapping Wharf , Bristol , BS1 6WP

Telephone

0117 930 0260

74. Roots

Tommy Banks’ second restaurant opened in the heart of York in 2018, serving small plates of his beloved ingredients from the family farm in airy, relaxed surroundings.

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Contact information
68 Marygate, York, YO30 7BH

75. Salt

After an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign, Paul Foster opened his first restaurant Salt in the beautiful town of Stratford-upon-Avon.

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Contact information
8 Church Street , Stratford-upon-Avon , Warwickshire , CV37 6HB

Telephone

01789 263566

76. Salt & Malt

Returning to his Somerset roots with the opening of The Pony and Trap in 2006, Salt & Malt is chef Josh Eggleton's take on the beloved classic fish and chips.

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Contact information
Chew Valley Lake, Bristol, BS40 8TF

Telephone

01275 333345

77. Sartoria

Francesco Mazzei couldn’t stay out of the kitchen long. After leaving his acclaimed restaurant L’Anima in 2015 and releasing his book Recipes from Southern Italy that same year, Francesco has now found a new home to showcase his sumptuous Italian cooking.

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Contact information
20 Savile Row, London, W1S 3PR

Telephone

020 7534 7000

78. Scran & Scallie

Scran & Scallie is the latest collaboration between Tom Kitchin and Dominic Jack – the charming neighbourhood pub serves unpretentious, home-cooked food.

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Contact information
1 Comely Bank Rd , Stockbridge, Edinburgh, EH4 1DT

Telephone

0131 332 6281

79. Seven Park Place

Just away from the bustle and dripping with elegance, the St James Hotel is the perfect home for William Drabble's distinguished preparations.

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Contact information
St. James's Hotel and Club , 7-8 Park Place, London, SW1A 1LS

Telephone

(020) 7316 1600

80. Simpsons

Simpsons sits at the forefront of a thriving Midlands restaurant scene and in its kitchen can be found two of the region’s most distinguished chefs.

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Contact information
20 Highfield Road , Edgbaston , Birmingham , B15 3DU

Telephone

0121 454 3434

81. Sorella

This Italian restaurant in Clapham combines the beautiful dishes of the Amalfi Coast with Robin Gill's unmistakable style of cooking.

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Contact information
148 Clapham Manor Street, Clapham, London, SW4 6BX

Telephone

020 7720 4662

82. Sorrel

Steve Drake returns to the restaurant scene at Sorrel, where he offers uniquely creative, seasonal British food from a beautiful listed building in the heart of Dorking.

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Contact information
77 South Street , Dorking, Surrey, RH4 2JU

Telephone

01306 889414

83. St John

St John started life as an anomaly – a strange, whitewashed restaurant on the wild outskirts of London. Today it is a monument to British food and to Fergus Henderson, the chef that championed sustainable nose-to-tail eating and inspired a generation.

Contact information
26 St John St , Barbican, London, EC1M 4AY

Telephone

02072510848

84. The Angel at Hetton

The Angel at Hetton is the oldest gastropub in Britain, with a history that harks back to the fifteenth century. This north Yorkshire institution is now under the able leadership of Michael Wignall, who has restored it to its former glory, winning a Michelin star after just a year.

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Contact information
Back Ln, Hetton, Skipton, BD23 6LT

Telephone

01756730263

85. The Beehive

Having worked at some of the UK’s top culinary institutions (The Hind’s Head and Fat Duck to name two), and putting his stamp on The Royal Oak after eight years as Head Chef, Dominic Chapman finally has a place to call his own.

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Contact information
Waltham Road, White Waltham, Maidenhead, SL6 3SH

Telephone

01628 822877

86. The Black Swan at Oldstead

Tucked away in the beautiful North York Moors, The Black Swan is everything you could want in a cosy countryside inn. And with Tommy Banks creating his stunning Michelin-starred tasting menus for those who make the trip, it’s one of the most forward-thinking meals you can have in the UK.

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Contact information
Oldstead, York, YO61 4BL

Telephone

01347 868387

87. The Bread Station

Not many bakeries can say they have a Michelin-starred chef making the bread, but The Bread Station at London Fields is one of them.

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Contact information
373 Helmsley Place, London, E8 3SB

Telephone

020 7254 7388

88. The Cinnamon Club

Set inside a Grade II listed building that was once the glorious Westminster Library, The Cinnamon Club opened in 2001 with the aim of changing diners’ perceptions of Indian food.

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Contact information
The Old Westminster Library, 30-32 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BU

Telephone

0207 222 2555

89. The Conservatory at Calcot Manor

Set in over 220 acres of rolling Cotswold countryside, Tetbury’s Calcot Manor is a splendid sight. Now, thanks to Gordon Ramsay protégé Richard Davies, it has a restaurant to match.

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Contact information
Calcot Manor , Tetbury , GL8 8YJ

Telephone

01666 890391

90. The Cross at Kenilworth

In the age of the gastropub-by-numbers, restaurateur Andreas Antona and chef Adam Bennett should be commended for their adventurous and original approach at The Cross, Kenilworth.

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Contact information
16 New Street , Kenilworth , CV8 2EZ

Telephone

01926 853 840

91. The Elephant

The Elephant restaurant, the double-header venture from Simon Hulstone, is split into two sections. The Room is upstairs from the Brasserie, offering diners unadulterated wizardry from the mercurial chef.

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3-4 Beacon Terrace , Torquay, Devon, TQ1 2BH

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(01803) 200 044

92. The Feathered Nest Country Inn

Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, The Feathered Nest offers elegant modern British food in a beautiful setting with views across the Oxfordshire countryside.

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Nether Westcote, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 6SD

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01993 833030

93. The Freemasons at Wiswell

“I want the pub to be personable, not a brand,” chef Steven Smith has said of The Freemasons at Wiswell.

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8 Vicarage Fold , Wiswell , Clitheroe , BB7 9DF

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01254 822218

94. The Hind's Head

This Michelin-starred, Heston Blumenthal-owned gastropub might be across the road from The Fat Duck, but head chef Pete Gray’s menu of traditional British classics (with a little Heston twist of course) has turned this beautiful old building into a destination restaurant in its own right.

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High Street, Bray, Berkshire, SL6 2AB

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01628 626151

95. The Kitchin

Tom Kitchin’s ‘From Nature to Plate’ ethos runs right through the heart of The Kitchin restaurant. Ingredients are meticulously sourced; there are views of Edinburgh’s waterfront; and the cooking is polished but undeniably earthy.

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78 Commercial Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6LX

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EH6 6LX

96. The Masons Arms

It seems like a new report appears at least once a week bemoaning the decline of the English pub, but Mark Dodson’s pub restaurant The Masons Arms has defied the trend.

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The Masons Arms, Knowstone , Devon, EX36 4RY

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01398 341231

97. The Neptune

A refurbished coaching inn, which has been granted a Michelin star, within strolling distance of the beach at Old Hunstanton, The Neptune is a restaurant with rooms which has become most renowned for its food - modern English cuisine. It is presided over by one half of the husband-and-wife team who run the place, Kevin Mangeolles.

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85 Old Hunstanton Road , Hunstanton , Norfolk, PE36 6HZ

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(01485) 532122

98. The Ninth

This relaxed Michelin-starred restaurant in London's Fitzrovia serves up small plates of beautiful French food with a hefty dose of Mediterranean influences.

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22 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 2NB

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020 3019 0880

99. The Olive Branch

The Olive Branch restaurant is an award-winning establishment based in the humble setting of a small Rutland pub. Sean Hope oversees the Michelin starred quality food on offer.

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Main Street , Clipsham , Rutland, LE15 7SH

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01780 410355

100. The Peat Inn

With Geoffrey Smeddle at the helm, diners are in for a real treat. Michelin-starred The Peat Inn restaurant offers a menu filled with seasonal dishes.

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Near St Andrews , Fife , KY15 5LH

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(01334) 840 206

101. The Pipe and Glass Inn

Holding the only Michelin star in East Yorkshire, this destination restaurant offers luxurious country pub décor, beautiful countryside and a modern take on traditional Yorkshire fare, showcasing the best this bountiful region has to offer.

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West End, South Dalton, Beverley , HU17 7PN

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01430 810 246

102. The Three Chimneys

The Three Chimneys has been serving honest food for over thirty years, emerging from humble beginnings to become one of Scotland’s best-loved restaurants.

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The Three Chimneys , Colbost , Dunvegan, IV55 8ZT

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01470 511258

103. The Walnut Tree Inn

When Shaun Hill took over The Walnut Tree Inn in 2008, he wasn't just acquiring a road-side pub in a beautiful rural Welsh setting. Between 1963 and 2001, it was a genuine culinary landmark run by pioneering chef Franco Taruschio but had more recently fell on hard times.

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The Walnut Tree Inn , Llanddewi Skirrid , Abergavenny , NP7 8AW

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01873 852 797

104. The West House

Kent is known as the Garden of England with good reason, and here in the most picturesque of locations sits a restaurant which celebrates the region’s prime terroir with supreme honesty and wonderful skill.

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28 High Street , Biddenden , Kent, TN27 8AH

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01580 291341

105. The Whitebrook

Tucked away in leafy Monmouthshire, The Whitebrook is Chris Harrod’s ode to the majestic Wye Valley. The chef makes the most of both foraged and grown local produce to create dishes of outstanding natural beauty.

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The Whitebrook, Whitebrook, Monmouth, NP25 4TX

Telephone

01600860254

106. Theo Randall at The InterContinental

Theo Randall's restaurant at the InterContinental Hotel has a crowd-pleasing approach, serving honest yet skilled Italian dishes in a sleek dining room.

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1 Hamilton Place, London, W1J 7QY

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(020) 7318 8747

107. Thompson's

Chef Robert Thompson’s first solo restaurant gives the diner front row seats to the theatre of the kitchen and all the wonderful flavours the Isle of Wight has to offer.

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11 Town Lane , Newport , Isle of Wight , PO30 1JU

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(01983) 526118

108. Tredwells

Primely located in the heart of Theatreland, Tredwells offers affordable luxury in a relaxed casual dining setting. Food leans towards the hearty, classic British end of the spectrum with dishes made unique through the inclusion of flavours and ingredients from all over the world.

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4A Upper St Martin's Lane , London, WC2H 9NY

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020 3764 0840

109. Trinity

Adam Byatt’s Clapham home of Trinity oozes elegance at every turn, with a brand of sophisticated yet homely cuisine that rarely fails to please diners.

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4 The Polygon , Clapham Old Town , London, SW4 0JG

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020 7622 1199

110. Tyddyn Llan

Located in rural Denbighshire, Tyddyn Llan aims to provide a real home-from-home feel. Although most commonly referred to as a ‘restaurant with rooms’, the hotel provides its guests with a couple of ultra-comfortable lounges in which to sit and unwind after a hard day’s romping in the picturesque countryside.

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Llandrillo, nr. Corwen, Denbighshire , North Wales , LL21 0ST

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(01490) 440 264

111. Upstairs at Trinity

Since returning to Clapham in 2006, Adam Byatt has cemented his reputation as one of London’s finest chefs. In 2015 he opened Upstairs at Trinity, which (as its name suggests) lies just above his award-winning main restaurant. Serving up an exciting menu of small plates in a casual environment, Upstairs is a welcome addition to Clapham’s flourishing food scene.

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4 The Polygon , Clapham, London , SW4 0JG

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0131 332 6281

112. Winteringham Fields

Even while sitting on North Lincolnshire’s flatlands, Winteringham Fields manages to rise above most of its competition.

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1 Silver Street, Winteringham , North Lincolnshire , DN15 9ND

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01724 733096

113. Ynyshir

It might require a bit of a journey to get to, but this Welsh country house hotel has been quietly transformed into one of the most exciting and innovative restaurants with rooms in the UK.

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Eglwys Fach, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8TA

Telephone

01654 781209