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Description The best restaurants in London hotels<br><br>Nobu at COMO Metropolitan London<br><br>The only institution on Park Lane that is just as revered by Londoners as it is by the international super rich. Look around and everyone is ordering the sushi (4 10 per piece) swollen, oversized lobs of fish on springy, tentatively warm oblongs of rice. A plate of it includes sweet, swollen, pellucid prawns, and fatty otoro tuna slashed from the belly of the fish which becomes a swirl of creamy richness in the mouth.<br><br>The black cod with miso (39.50) is a signature dish here: it's got a filthy, sticky sweetness to it; the meat curls at the edges with a tangy char. This is one of the few Japanese restaurants in London where it's worth ordering dessert the chocolate bento boxes contain a gooey hot fondant that sighs theatrically before spewing out chocolate sauce when you stick your spoon in like a volcano fashioned from cocoa beans. It's stabilised with a single scoop of green tea ice cream, cooling with a herbal kick.<br><br>Read the full review: COMO Metropolitan London<br><br>The best luxury hotels in London<br><br>Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester<br><br>There's something gently unhinged about the interiors, from the porcelain cauliflowers on the white clothed tables to the installation made of what look like oversized garden peas tacked on one wall. The menu gold stitched and reeking of caramel leather is also more intimidating than a footnoted copy of Ulysses.<br><br>Mr Ducasse has a predilection for smacking together larger than life ingredients in audacious ways, as the tasting menu (140) conveys. Take the lobster with truffled chicken quenelles, which tastes of both gravied flesh and sea. The flavours don't compete but rather caress each other. The chef doesn't believe in 'balancing' textures either this dish, with its glops of semolina, easeful mushrooms and oozing sauce, is hot, mellifluent, dribbling indulgence that says a polite 'no thank you' to any proposition of crisp or crunch. The signature duck and heritage beetroot dish sounds pedestrian. But it is cloaked in an earthy, bitter soot of cacao the flavour is akin to sucking on the lightest crackle of electricity, both pleasurable and perverse. Expect the kind of culinary brilliance that'll leave your taste buds in shock and your nerves shot, in other words.<br><br>Read the full review: Dorchester, London<br><br>TNG at Shangri La Hotel, At The Shard<br><br>Let's be honest. People come here not for the food, but rather to engage in the act of eating in front of those views. I don't have a clue what Ting means in its original language. But in English it's the sound that happens when you flick glass. All the more appropriate then for a restaurant on the 35th floor of the Shard. You can watch a chiffon purple sunset bleed onto the Gothic Revival bascules of Tower Bridge while necking down foie gras and slurping on Pinot Gris. By the time you are forking at dessert, the scene beyond the window resembles an LED lit patchwork quilt in midnight blue.<br><br>The food at Ting gets a mixed response. There are allegations of overpricing. But given the location, this seems absurd. Nor is the food merely mediocre the tasting menu resembles something you would enjoy at a decent AA Rosette restaurant in a country house hotel, although, granted, it'll cost you more. A shredded mound of dorset crab came in a hazelnut foam, which wrapped it in a ticklishly toasted bind. The seabass was bathed in a zealously smoky lapsang souchong jus spiked <a href="" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">Bulgari wedding ring copy</a> with nettles; a parcel of lamb had an interior as pink and shiny as Barbie packaging, and was peppered with punchy ras el hanout. It was a good day for food.<br><br>Read the full review:Shangri La Hotel, At The Shard<br><br>The best budget hotels in London<br><br>HIX Mayfair at Brown's Hotel<br><br>A commendable British menu served in a gentleman's club without the cigar smoke. They serve all the things that Brits love for a special <a href="" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">copy bvlgari white gold ring</a> occasion scallops (check), dorset crab (check). But there are also tarted up versions of dishes designed to be eaten on the sofa with a beer. Note the like monkfish curry (27), tender in texture and blazing in tone, with pakoras which serve as a samphire specked sponge to slurp up the extraneous sauce.<br><br>All the posh stuff delivers: the Loch Ryan native oysters (4.75 each) smell of the tide grazing over seaweed, and are plump with a pure, mineral taste; the lobsters (26) are generous and flavoured with just a hint of lemon and butter to bring out its naturally flavour, which floats somewhere between flesh and air. Pudding here is a suitably big, serious business. Most dishes are an unrelenting festival of whipped cream and sugared fruit. Try the Peruvian Gold chocolate pudding with hot Morello cherries and crme frache sorbet (8).<br><br>Read the full review: Brown's Hotel<br><br>Ametsa with Arzak Instruction at The Halkin by COMO<br><br>An authentically camp slice of the Spanish new food movement that started with El Bulli and has spawned as much silliness as it has Michelin stars. Yes, you're expected to sip on mango puree from a smashed up beer can. Yes, the plates are described with ridiculous terms like 'scallops leaving the home'. But like with an eccentric, lovable ex, you'll still be raking over Facebook photos of your seven course tasting meal (110) with greedy, pathetic longing months later, after a mediocre takeaway curry and too much wine.<br><br>Take the 'Egg in the Leaf'. It's baked with mathematician's precision to maintain its structure but it also threatens to rupture its sunny, aglutinous yolk at any moment. Sprinklings of homemade crisps and chorizo add texture and kick to all the warmth and wobble and cream. I will remember the tuna for the rest of my days: <a href="" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">bulgari ring copy</a> delicately seared and a barky hit of cinnamon licking over the subtle, pallid sweetness of the fish. It's the sort of dish that keeps on giving: globs of apple sauce and a fruit berry added a pleasing hit of acid and fruit.<br><br>Read the full review: The Halkin by COMO<br><br>The Colony Grill Room at The Beaumont<br><br>To begin at the end: order the bespoke sundae for dessert (8.75). The waiter will bring you a bingo style checklist and the kind of <a href="" target="_blank" style="text-decoration: none;">bvlgari wedding ring replica</a> half sized pencils one only encounters in MUJI colouring sets and when playing minigolf. Don't feel bashful when you've ticked most of the boxes, including the peanut brittle, kid's candy butterscotch and Bourbon Anglaise they're used to diabolical levels of gluttony here. And wastage: if you finish a third of it, you've done better than most.<br><br>This place is so American it's almost parodying itself. All of the cuts are served with french fries. One of the signature dishes is meatloaf. There's chicken and sweetcorn chowder. It's all done so well though: the steak tartare (11.50) is mottled with warm spices and slathered in a creamy egg confit. The veal chops (36) are sweet in flavour and burly in size; they are also lacerated with grill marks and laced with crackling, salt encrusted strips of fat. And heavens above the creamed corn (4.50). Is there anything else on earth that shares the consistency of baby food but tastes this good? It's the perfect balance of vegetal and butteriness here. Order two.<br><br>Read the full review: The Beaumont<br><br>The most romantic hotels in London<br><br>Eneko at One Aldwych<br><br>Yes, another new outfit serving Basque cuisine. Perhaps the reason it's becoming so big here is because Basque country and Britain are basically the same. The drizzly weather, the love for seafood, the tendency to wistful introversy. Eneko is a valued addition because it is both affordable and credible. 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