Based in Marylebone, London this five-star luxury hotel also boasts an award-winning restaurant, which many a celebrity has been snapped leaving after a night out. The breakfast menu includes a lobster and crab omelette, while those in for dinner can enjoy dishes such as Welsh lamb with spiced aubergine or maple-glazed salmon with kohlrabi.
Where: 1 Chiltern St, London W1U 7PA
Contact: 020 7073 7676
Private members’ club Annabel’s was founded in 1963 and prides itself on its impeccable service. Members have included Frank Sinatra, The Rolling Stones and a number of the royals. Dinner options include Cornish crab with alphonso mango purée, lamb sweetbreads with parsnip mousseline and tandoori seasoned monkfish.
Where: 44 Berkeley Square, London, W1J 5QB
Contact: 020 7269 1096
Photo credit: Sexy Fish/instagram
Another current favourite with the A-list crowd, Asian seafood restaurant Sexy Fish is adorned with artwork by Damien Hirst, Frank Gehry and Michael Roberts, and is designed to exude mid-century glamour. Alongside the restaurant there is a Coral Reef Room, which houses two of the largest live coral reef tanks in the world, and for those who like to party there is a resident DJ all week long. Food options include: octopus carpaccio, crispy soft shell crab and sticky pork ribs.
Where: Berkeley Square House, Berkeley Square, London, W1J 6BR
Contact: 020 3764 2000
Black Cod Miso. Photo credit: Nobu
A perennial favourite, Nobu has two restaurants in the capital - Old Park Lane and Berkeley Street. The former was the first European venture for Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa and was opened in conjunction with three partners - one of which was Robert De Niro. The 150-cover restaurant features a separate sushi bar, while main menu options include lobster tacos, tea smoked lamb and tenderloin of beef with wasabi pepper sauce.
Where: 19 Old Park Lane, London, W1K 1LB
Contact: 020 7447 4747