The Ledbury

A much-missed two-Michelin starred restaurant makes a return to the London dining scene...

The Ledbury was one of the city's destination eateries and consistently ranked among the best restaurants in Britain. Founded in 2005 by Australian chef Brett Graham the restaurant eventually closed due to Covid-19-based complications. However, the restaurant has re-opened on the same site in Notting Hill - but with a more relaxed 'brasserie' style vibe yet serving a eight-course tasting menu (priced from £185 per person). 

Graham has been wowing the culinary world with his artfully created dishes that pair locally sourced ingredients in inventive ways, winning him two Michelin stars and a serious following. The Ledbury become a classic for all the right reasons. The restaurant is open for dinner Tuesday to Saturday and for lunch on Friday and Saturday. 

Ideal For

Fine British dining


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