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About The Ledbury
The Ledbury opened in 2005, with Brett Graham as Head Chef ,supported by a young and energetic team including Sous Chef Greg Austin, and Restaurant Manager Darren McHugh .
The restaurant has gained many accolades including the much coveted second Michelin Star.
London, W11 2AQ
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Monday - Saturday: 6:30pm - 10:00pm
Sunday: 6:45pm - 10:00pm
Due to past experience and for the consideration of our other guests please note the Ledbury dining room is not suitable for children under 12 years of age.
£41 and over
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
020 7792 9090
At lunch, Wednesday to Sunday, we offer our tasting menu priced at £150 alongside our a la carte menu of 4 courses at £125 and 4 course set lunch menu priced at £80.
At dinner, Monday to Thursday we offer our a la carte 4 course menu at £125 alongside our tasting menu priced at £150.
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings only our tasting menu is available.
Nearest Tube Stops:
Notting Hill Gate: 480m
Westbourne Park : 515m
Royal Oak : 718m
Ladbroke Grove: 785m
Corkage Fee, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining , Wheelchair Access
The Ledbury Ratings and Reviews
Excellent restaurant and service.
The food was exceptional as were the wine pairings.
The only thing I would critique would be the other patrons.
I realize the restaurant has little control over this, but over half the dinning room was constantly on their phones. Not only taking pictures throughout, but having actual conversations on their phones at the their tables.
Excellent service. The atmosphere was relaxed and we were well attended to. The Vegetarian rating menu was incredible and we were spoiler with pre starters and pre desert samples. My partner was also treated to a special cake and a signed card from the chef as it was her Birthday. This made be experience personal as well as magical- couldn't ask for a better culinary journey.
Wonderful food and excellent service! Definitely one of the best restaurants in London, strongly recommended! I had a set menu lunch of 4 courses, each of them is fabulous. The staffs are warm and thoughtful , and really care about their customers. Looking forward to coming back next time in London :)
very attentive service. Food was awesome and the wine recommendation is great. Love the place. Good for special occasion. I noted it would be our honeymoon trip dinner when I made the reservation. The Ledbury was very considerate that they even prepared us with a warm and kind notes and a special dessert to congratulate us on our marriage. Great memory. Thank you!
This place isn't generally accepted to be one of the best restaurants in London for no reason; everything was exemplary. Food, service, decor - it was also fairly reasonably priced.
One of the courses was quite honestly one of the most memorable I've ever had (and I've had one or two over the years) and a cracking beer selection to boot.
Will definitely be returning.
Well what a meal, the food was simply stunning, the initial impression was of clean simplicity but each mouthful revealed complex layers of flavor, combined with a real knowledge of ingredients. You need some theater with this caliber of restaurant and this was delivered with the hen of the woods dis, presented on a bed of burning pine needles. We went for the paired wines which included some very interesting choices that complemented the dishes. I did look at the wine list however and it appeared excellent in range and depth. I would say that the service is the most professionally relaxed I have ever had, informative, attentive and immediately putting you at ease and engaging you in normal conversation. This goes straight into my top five all time restaurant experiences.
A table for 4 came up randomly on a Friday evening and I'd been meaning to go for ages, so booked quick. With such a good reputation, but with some feedback from friends borderline, we weren't completely sure what to expect.
Well, what a treat: The dining room is beautiful, at the same time relaxed and the tables (in London like) nicely spaced out- in my view the space is broken up cleverly to make it feel cosy, private and buzzy wherever you sit.
The food (six course tasting) was outstanding, paired wines - some of which were unusual - just right. Monkfish to die for, a relatively simple dish of suckling pig the best I've ever had (and I've had a lot!!).
The service is the opposite of stuffy (which is always a worry), efficient and very friendly. Never rushed, we were there from 7:30 till after 11:00.
Of course it's pricey: 350 a couple (six course tasting; one with wine pairing, the other not; cocktail and coffee). So certainly not an every day. But don't worry, you can't get a table anyway, so it's a special occasion place guaranteed!
Will be back.
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