Expensive but well worth it. I haven't stayed there but the afternoon tea is out of this world
Restaurants near Claridges Hotel for Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 10.2 mi0.2 mi from Claridges Hotel
Second visit has confirmed that this is hands down one of the best burgers in London. Brought a chef on this visit and he fully agrees. However, the deep fried pickles are a bit of a waste, as they're thinly sliced as opposed to thick spears.Popular withFoodiesBudgetTrendsters
- 20.23 mi0.23 mi from Claridges Hotel
The atmosphere may be a bit stiff but Scott's serves up excellent seafood in a very pleasant brasserie setting. Definitely a bit of a scene for a weekend brunch. Tables are hard to come by and prices are high but worth the indulgence (and splurging a bit on a bottle of champagne).
- 30.18 mi0.18 mi from Claridges Hotel5 reviews
What a great dining experience! The food and services are both top notch. My friend and I went for the 7 course tasting menu. We started with chestnut and juniper gnocchi with chestnut and truffle veloute. It was very tasty and I can just take a whole bowl of the veloute sauce as a soup course. Next we have a ...Popular withLuxuryFoodiesBusiness
- 40.24 mi0.24 mi from Claridges Hotel5 reviews
The Patty and Bun has its priorities straight: the best-quality ingredients come out on top, and shine in a no-frills, laid-back atmosphere. All the products used, from the meat to the vegetables, are locally sourced whenever possible, and the freshness is palatable. The star of the menu, the Ari Gold, starts with a generous patty of grass-fed Aberdeen Angus beef, ...Popular withFoodiesBudget
- 50.24 mi0.24 mi from Claridges Hotel
What a great experience! We went for the Valentine's day tasting menu. It was indeed a feast that teases your taste buds and leaves you wanting more. We had several kinds of proteins: crab, egg, scallop, monkfish, venison. Each course is well balanced and extremely flavorful. The the dinner finished with a rich and indulgent chocolate lava cake. The service ...
- 60.2 mi0.2 mi from Claridges Hotel2 reviews
In alley right off of Oxford Street, there lies in plain sight one of the most fabulous little enclave of London that has awesome boutiques and great restaurants/pubs with outdoor seatings (great over drinks on a nice early evening). I think this area gets overlooked simply because Oxford Street itself is such a huge attraction.Popular withLocalFoodies
- 70.17 mi0.17 mi from Claridges Hotel2 reviews
So, Maroush has a few restaurants around London. My preference would be in Chelsea. If you enjoy Lebanese food this is authentic and reasonably priced considering your location in one of the most affluent areas of the city. The crowd isnt pretentious and there is a take out area downstairs if you dont have time to dine in. Dont expect ...
- 80.07 mi0.07 mi from Claridges Hotel
The food is solid and the atmosphere is good but the service here is absolutely terrible. Our waiter was only available when it was time to rush us on to the next course (or out the door). Plates were snatched up while our forks were still in mid-air. Better drink that last sip of wine quickly before your glass is ...
- 90.1 mi0.1 mi from Claridges Hotel1 review
We were very hungry and on Oxford Street - nearby were only chain restaurants or pubs and we were not so hungry that we would eat on those our last meal on that London weekend. We stepped off Oxford Street to South Molton and saw Comida. small clipping in the window claimed that they had won the best barbecue food ...
- 100.12 mi0.12 mi from Claridges Hotel1 review
Hidden away on the second floor of the Fenwick department store on New Bond Street is this crisp. gleaming which is like nectar to the ladies who lunch, in between shopping binges at the nearby temples of high fashion. Tapas-style portions ensure there won't have to be an emergency trip to the liposuction doctor in Lausanne and it's all pretty ...Popular withLuxuryTrendstersDesign
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- 130.45 mi0.45 mi from Claridges Hotel
A visit to the Wolseley is a must The location is a restored luxury car showroom from the 1920s. This place has fantastic atmosphere and very good food -- a mix of British, Continental and American. We went for brunch and loved it though I'm sure it is good at other times as well.Popular withFamiliesFoodiesLuxury
- 140.96 mi0.96 mi from Claridges Hotel35 reviews
I suggest getting the Katsu Curry Chicken. I had the vegetarian version of the Katsu Curry as well and they were both good. The vegetarian version was made with breaded sweet potato, eggplant, and squash. The sauce is amazing! I love Wagamama. I need to live by one.Popular withFamiliesVegetarian
- 150.99 mi0.99 mi from Claridges Hotel
After having dined here on a recent trip to London my wife and two children, I am giving this restaurant the highest rating possible. I loved everything about it: local and innovative ingredients; flavorful and healthy small dishes; fun new tastes that even through a Mediterranean lens come out fresh and novel. The atmosphere and service were great too. Interesting ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesVegetarian
- 160.34 mi0.34 mi from Claridges Hotel3 reviews
Who knew sashimi (one of my favorite foods) could taste *this* good? With a dozen types of dishes on the menu (salads, mini sushi tacos, hot dishes), you'll have taste buds tickled you didn't even know you had.Popular withBusinessLuxuryTrendsters
- 170.48 mi0.48 mi from Claridges Hotel
Really cool and cozy restaurant. It is quite a happening brunch place. They have a large menu selection and I am glad I chose the Turkish Changa eggs. It is not like anything I have tried before. Two poached eggs rest on a thick bed of yogurt and everything is drenched in red chilly oil. Never would have dreamed about ...Popular withLocalFoodies
- 180.67 mi0.67 mi from Claridges Hotel6 reviews
One of the best places to eat in the West End: groovy, interesting wines, cosy, small plates with ingredients you've never tried before (watermelon radish?) but are destined to love. On second thought, don't come as there's not much room anyway...Popular withWellnessLuxuryOutdoor
- 190.53 mi0.53 mi from Claridges Hotel
The best sushi in London hands down. London is not known for its sushi, but Nobu is the only sushi place in London that can hold its own against a good California sushi restaurant. The scene is upscale, and the crowd decidedly stylish and cool. There are actually 2 Nobus in London. Park Lane is a nicer dining area, with ...Popular withBusinessFoodiesLuxury
- 200.61 mi