01/10/2013 07:41 BST | Updated 26/11/2013 05:12 GMT

The London Michelin Guide 2014

The results of the UK Michelin Guide 2014 were announced last week, 26 September 2013.

There are no changes at the 3 star level, meaning that Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, Gordon Ramsay's Royal Hospital Road, The Fat Duck and The Waterside Inn remain as the only 3 Michelin Starred restaurants in the UK Michelin Guide 2014.

In the 2 Michelin star category, new restaurants in London to hit the mark include Dinner by Heston at the Mandarin Oriental in Knightsbridge and The Greenhouse in Mayfair.

There are a number of new 1 star restaurants in London including Jason Atherton's Social Eating House, Brasserie Chavot from chef Eric Chavot, Story in Bermondsey, HKK and Peruvian restaurant, Lima.

Other new one star restaurants include Bo London, Angler at the South Place Hotel and Outlaw's at The Capital Hotel. L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon has lost its second Michelin star.

In the Bib Gourmand category for good value, new winners include A.Wong, Grain Store, Gail's Kitchen and Polpo Smithfield.

Below is a selection of London's Michelin starred restaurants:

Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley

Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley merges elegance and warmth in a luxurious setting in the Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge. With intricate yet robust flavours, clean textures and a quality ethos this is food that entices you back again and again.

Alyn Williams at The Westbury

Alyn Williams at the Westbury is located in the Westbury Hotel in Mayfair from chef Alyn Williams, who was previously head chef at Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley.

Alyn Williams at The Westbury London

The restaurant offers slick, elegant and contemporary cooking in a luxurious and chic setting.

The Ledbury

The Ledbury in Notting Hill, has become a bit of a place of pilgrimage for foodies. Run by Australian chef Brett Graham, whose selection of dishes will delight and entertain even the trickiest of customers. Many people think The Ledbury should be awarded a third Michelin star.


Opened in July 2011 by self-taught chef Mikael Jonsson, Hedone instantly established itself on the London dining scene and gained its first Michelin Star in 2012 with a passionate chef who is led by a desire to source the very best ingredients.



The Hakkasan Group launched HKK London in late 2012 at Broadgate West in the City. The menu at HKK London takes you on a tour of some of Hakkasan's best bits but with a more delicate and refined take, particularly with the intricate presentation and more attentive service.