Cuisine: British, Grill, Steakhouse
Price Point: Mains from £10-£30
The original bad boy of British cooking, Marco Pierre White has been a stalwart of the UK’s dining scene for more than 30 years, earning himself three Michelin stars and training legends like Gordon Ramsay and Heston Blumenthal along the way.
With just two restaurants in the group, his London Steakhouse Co embodies his dedication to quality local ingredients and classical cooking techniques. Both put juicy grass-fed beef, hung for 28 days and served blushing in a bevy of rich sauces, at the forefront of the menu.
Halfway up the infamous Kings Road, the Chelsea branch is glamorous yet intimate, with its well-heeled customers sipping champagne cocktails and dim lighting. Its culinary calling card is burgers; lovers of caramelised bacon and smoky barbeque flavours should opt for the American, while the Swiss boasts mouth-puckering cornichon and melted Gruyere cheese.
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