michelin star restaurant

  • Table Guru is a new website that provides advice on the best tables at Michelin starred restaurants in London.


    All restaurants are rated by diners for diners so you can be sure to get a true view on where to sit to maximise your dining experience.

    The website includes detailed layouts of all restaurants and allows users to rate or simply view where’s hot to sit and where’s not. Reviewers also have the chance to rate their best tables for romance, view or business so you can locate the best table for those extra special occasions!

    No longer will you be staring endlessly at the toilets, shivering by the entrance or playing dodgems in the walk-way. Instead you can enjoy fine dining with the knowledge that you are sitting at the best seat in the house.

  • They weren’t lying when they called it big, this is a cookbook that requires a reinforced shelf to sit on. In many ways it's not at all practical as a cookbook, but if you bought it for that purpose you’d be missing the point. This book gives the reader a glimpse into the fascinating mind of Heston Blumenthal. It takes us through life at The Fat Duck from its early stages when Heston had just been awarded his first Michelin star to the late naughties when the restaurant was a household name and had three stars hanging above its door.

    It is split into three parts, the first is the history of The Fat Duck and a mini autobiography of Heston that gives us an idea of what inspired his inventive cooking. This section is adorned with weird and wonderful illustrations by Dave McKean that really capture the scientific and creative influences that made Heston’s food what it is.

  • Galvin at Windows is located on the 28th floor of the five star London Hilton Hotel on Park Lane. They were awarded their first Michelin star in 2010 and they are continually praised for their seasonal and inventive menu. But it’s not just the food that makes it special. As the name and location would suggest, the view is stunning. The large windows span the entire perimeter of the restaurant and bar, giving far-reaching views of London spanning the city, Hyde Park, the Thames and beyond.

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