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At Sincura we pride ourselves on our exceptional knowledge of the world’s gastronomic scene. Our highly skilled team, which includes former Michelin Maître-d’s and food critics, remain up-to-date with the latest launches, menu changes, and popular hot spots.
You can enjoy advice of where to dine to match your culinary tastes, from lively and trendy to quiet and romantic hidden gems, plus a full booking service with priority reservations at the most exclusive restaurants around the globe.
As London is fast becoming the gastronomic capital of the world we have compiled a selection of recommended restaurants for our members looking to dine in the capital.
Located on London’s enduringly desirable King’s Road, The Ivy Chelsea Garden brings the familiar luxury of The Ivy on West Street to a relaxed yet sophisticated all-day dining restaurant in the heart of Chelsea. Comprised of a main restaurant, extensive terrace and garden, orangery and a beautiful private dining room, The Ivy Chelsea Garden offers tranquil al fresco dining all year and the perfect setting for any occasion.
The worlds of architecture, art and fashion have collided at Sexy Fish, a lavish new Asian seafood restaurant in London opened by British restaurant magnate Richard Caring.
Its popularity among assorted celebs has given rise to a hierarchy of tables, but you can still enjoy the ornate glories of the “super buzzy” room whatever your vantage point. There’s an argument for dropping in at any time, a view reinforced by an all-day café menu featuring comfort dishes such as kedgeree, chopped liver or herrings with pumpernickel. A more time-targeted approach will yield that lively breakfast, a jammy clotted cream tea or a dinner of veal Holstein, calf’s liver and bacon or lobster and chips followed by spiced ginger coupe or an OTT banana split.
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An early announcement thanks to a leak saw the Michelin Guide to Great Britain and Ireland released with 19 newcomers and 16 deletions. See our recommnded restaurants below.
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Few restaurants represent the region in which they’re located more than L’Enclume and the Lake District. The cooking in this lovely old smithy has never stopped evolving and the energy emanating from the kitchen is as palpable as ever. Classic dishes have been reworked and refined, while stunning new dishes have slotted seamlessly into the set menu. Simon Rogan may have interests in other parts of the world, but his passion for his first restaurant remains undimmed – as does his commitment to Cartmel and his nearby 12-acre farm which produces so much of the superb produce that clearly inspires the kitchen.
The enthusiasm and obvious pride of the youthful service team further enhance the experience, an experience made even more memorable if you stay in one of the bedrooms spread about the village.This restaurant's newly awarded Green Michelin Star highlights restaurants at the forefront of the industry when it comes to their sustainable practices and who act as role models to us all.
Coco Chanel once opined that “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury”, and at Alain Ducasse’s elegant London outpost, the charming and professional team patently understand that what is of utmost importance is making the diner feel at ease.
Ducasse is never one to stand still so, although you’ll find many of the much-loved signatures on the menu, there are also plenty of new dishes to keep things fresh. A nice touch is that diners can, should they wish, pick two, three or four dishes off the tasting menu in order to effectively create their own à la carte.
The kitchen sources the very best of British produce and dishes are well-balanced and visually striking with bold, generous flavours that live long in the memory. Sauces are a highlight, there are some amazing wine pairings – and it’s hard to resist the signature Rum Baba.
It’s not just the food that makes a restaurant and here at Core, Clare Smyth really focuses on the whole experience. From the moment you arrive her superb team will put you at ease with their warm welcome and natural pride in providing some of the smoothest, most attentive service around. The room is wonderfully elegant, and larger parties can book the long table down a couple of steps, right beside the kitchen.
Go for one of the tasting menus: ‘Core Classics’, which features dishes that Clare has continually refined over the years, or ‘Core Seasons’, which sees more contemporary constructions with a luxurious edge. The strength of the kitchen lies in its ability to create modern dishes that deliver superb flavours and textures but in a restrained, understated style. The terrific wine flights enhance an already outstanding experience.
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June saw the culinary equivalent of the Oscars as The World’s 50 Best Restaurants llist was announced at a star-studded ceremony in Melbourne, Featuring 23 countries across six continents, including London entry The Clove Club.. Feast your eyes on a the list and a few of the signature dishes.
What makes it special: Unrivalled views of the French Riviera, three levels of cascading vegetable gardens churning out the sweetest produce and a team of outrageously talented cooks and front-of-house staff combine to make Mirazur the ultimate restaurant experience. Mauro Colagreco’s unique cuisine is inspired by the sea, the mountains and the restaurant’s own gardens, including Menton’s emblematic citrus fruits.
On the menu: Highlights from Mirazur’s tasting menu include salt-crusted beetroot from the garden with caviar cream, eggs from the chicken coop (when touring the gardens, keep an eye out for prize hen, Tina Turner) with smoked eel and hazelnuts and a brioche of potatoes with melting egg and white truffle. The restaurant’s perfect-for-sharing bread is infused with ginger and served with a Pablo Neruda poem.
Other projects: Aside from his ever-popular Grand Coeur restaurant in Paris and branches of meat-focused Carne in Argentina, Colagreco has recently opened Grill 58 in Macao and Florie’s in Palm Beach, USA, with more restaurants set for Bangkok and Beijing.
Pro-tip: After dining, take a five-minute walk across the Italian border into Genoa for an espresso at totally unfancy Bar La Grotta.
What’s the story: The original Noma was, undoubtedly, one of the most important restaurants of its generation. With his food, René Redzepi developed a new genre of cuisine. New Nordic cookery looks back to look ahead; digging deeper than seasonality to explore unsung foraged products, while seamlessly weaving in a study of fermentation. Redzepi’s visionary approach to celebrating terroir via ingredient-focused, minimalist plates earned the first incarnation of Noma the title of The World’s Best Restaurant in four years: 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014.
What to expect from the menu: When Noma relaunched, Redzepi introduced a new dining structure in which the restaurant offers three menus per year, each roughly 20-courses, based on the top ingredients available during a given season. The Seafood Season runs 9th January through 1st June; Vegetable Season runs 25th June through 21st September; and Game and Forest Season runs 15th October through 21st December. Guests are advised to make a booking in whichever period suits their palate. Throughout each menu, the ideology that made Noma’s name stays true: native ingredients explored through the lens of myriad cooking techniques that join to become far more than the sum of their constituent parts.
Why visit: Despite its world-renowned status, what separates Etxebarri from many other world-class restaurants is its simple – boarding on austere – second-floor, stone-adorned dining room that’s totally unpretentious. The effortless and relaxed, but flawlessly charming, style of service is a perfect fit for the setting. Etxebarri’s ground floor houses a basic bar that also doubles as the village pub.
What’s on the menu: The restaurant respects the intrinsic natural flavours of local produce and delicately urges each ingredient to show its potential: goat’s milk churned into ethereal butter, green peas amplified in their own juice, beef dry aged for so many days it bites with umami. Arguinzoniz cooks vegetables and proteins on a range of charcoals he makes from a variety of woods, kissing most plates with at least a suggestion of smoke.
The Chef: Chef Victor Arguinzoniz has a remarkable ability to coax out explosive flavour from seemingly simple ingredients, most of which are grilled over an open hearth. Arguinzoniz was born and raised in the farming community of Axpe, a tiny picturesque village nestled in the mountains an hour’s drive from Bilbao. He is self-taught and has only worked in one kitchen – his own – where he designed and built his famous adjustable-heat grills.
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