Leading Culinary Geniuses

London is home to some remarkable talent in the culinary world.

For honest, no-nonsense British cuisine, you can’t go wrong with Irish chef Richard Corrigan‘s humble, rural upbringing. His hearty portions of down-to-earth, home-inspired cooking are nothing short of delicious. Winner of MasterChef 2005, Thomasina Miers has brought Mexican market eating to the capital with fresh, innovative and delicious food.

Marco Pierre White – the original celebrity chef – described as the Godfather of modern cooking, has fused French cuisine with modern British food while fellow culinary genius, the Michelin-starred Indian chef Atul Kochhar combines traditional Indian cuisine with modern flourishes for an utterly unique meal.

Giorgio Locatelli, another Michelin starred London chef serves authentic home-baked Italian “soul food” and is considered to be one of the best Italian chefs in the UK. Another Italian chef famed for his flamboyant cooking, Aldo Zilli offers a hearty menu with an Italian twist and has great people-watching potential in a buzzing Soho fish café.

Marcus Wareing – formerly Gordon Ramsey’s protégé – has created a two-Michelin-starred modern French menu to rival the best in the country, this is a dining experience you’ll savour for weeks.

The notorious Gordon Ramsay has dishes so good he can proudly claim to own one of the only eateries in London with three Michelin stars. Finally, public enemy of Mr. Ramsay and TV hero Jamie Oliver is known for quirky, delicious food in a trendy, celebrity-filled setting. The Mediterranean menu, which is as seasonal and locally-sourced as possible, is complemented by the laid-back vibe.


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