Voting now closed for Champagne Laurent-Perrier London Restaurant of the year
Voting is now closed for the Champagne Laurent-Perrier London Restaurant of the Year award.
Part of this year’s London Evening Standard Restaurant Awards, the shortlisted venues were chosen by a panel made up of experts from the UK restaurant community. Overseeing the panel was Fay Maschler, the Standard’s restaurant critic since 1972.
The other members of the panel are awards director and restaurant writer Joe Warwick, Evening Standard critic Grace Dent, chef Rowley Leigh and Instagram star Clerkenwell Boy.
Following the closing of voting, you can find out if your favourite out of the shortlisted restaurants won this coveted title at the ES Restaurant Awards which are to be presented at Taste of London, Wednesday 15 June. The shortlist is below:
- A.WONG Restaurant, Belgravia
- Lyle’s, Shoreditch
- Otto’s, Clerkenwell
- The Ledbury, Notting Hill
- The Quality Chop House, Farringdon
- The Woodford, South Woodford
From his Wilton Road retreat, Andrew Wong offers stunning chinese dishes and dim sum inspired by kitchens from across China and it’s borders with 14 other different nations.
Maybe after a tough week it’s A.Wong’s Gai lan with poached yolk cheung fun in the heart of Belgravia which brings you back to life… ?
A stunningly minimal, airy dining room in the Tea Building Shoreditch serving seasonal British fare by James Lowe and John Ogier.
Are their dishes such as Eel Broth, Gull’s Eggs, Peas & Tickelmore your gourmet go-to?
Otto’s is a classic French restaurant on Gray’s Inn Road, offering a timeless atmosphere and French classics in the enclave of Bloomsbury, Clerkenwell, King’s Cross and Chancery Lane
Maybe their quintessentially dishes of Steak Tartare or Canard a La Presse are your local love?
From his Ledbury Road enclave in Notting Hill, Chef Brett Graham and his team offer innovative cooking, paired with fine wines in a smart, modern setting.
Perhaps this dish of Roe Deer from Notting Hill’s The Ledbury makes it the one restaurant you couldn’t live without?
Just down from Exmouth Market, The Quality Chop House in Farringdon has existed as a butchers, shop and later dining room and wine bar since 1869.
Maybe it’s this illustrious history that makes it your top pick in London, or perhaps its classic comfort dishes such as this Mince Toast that really set it apart?
Perhaps your happiest spot in London is South Woodford’s eponymous and modern dining room – The Woodford offering sophisticated dining and first class service..
Is Head Chef Ben Murphy’s Chicken Liver Parfait with pain d’epices and blood orange, the dish you dream about?
The awards will presented at Taste of London on Wednesday 15 June.