Guide to... 3 Michelin Stars in London

Information about restaurants in London with 3 Michelin stars. These are considered by the Michelin guide to be the best restaurants in London.

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Alain Ducasse (at The Dorchester)
Alain Ducasse (at The Dorchester)

53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1QA

Alain Ducasse is one of the world’s most decorated chefs. Known not only for his incomparable French cuisine, Alain...Read more

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Part of The Dorchester Hotel

Gordon Ramsay
Gordon Ramsay

68-69 Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4HP

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Food Hygiene Ratings for Gordon Ramsay
Hygiene Rating: 5/5
Food Hygiene Ratings for Gordon Ramsay
Inspected: on 14/02/2019

The Araki
The Araki

12 New Burlington Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 3BF

The Araki is a Michelin star sushi restaurant located on New Burlington Street in Mayfair. Named after sushi master...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

John Simon Blue Plaque - Sir John Simon 1816-1904 pioneer of public health lived here
Edward Linley Sambourne Black Plaque - Edward Linley Sambourne 1844–1910 artist lived here
Alastair Sim Blue Plaque - Alastair Sim 1900-1976 actor lived here 1953-1975
Wood Plaque № 32932 - The body of the British unknown warrior arrived at platform 8 at 8.32pm on the 10th November 1920 and lay here overnight before interment at Westminster Abbey on 11th November 1920
Blue Plaque № 9650 - Originally St Mary’s National School erected in 1819 on part of the Workhouse Acre. It was designed to accommodate a master and mistress plus 200 pupils
Simon Worcnzow Stone Plaque - 1744 1832 This road was named after Count Simon Worcnzow Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom from 1784 to 1806 He lived in Marylebone and on his death in 1832 left a bequest for the poor of the parish The money was used to build St Marylebone Almshouses at the south-west corner of this road

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