Here’s a look at five incredible chefs in London, who are mastering #TheArtOfPlating.
Ollie Dabbous, Dabbous
Ollie Dabbous is credited with having changed the notion of what a fine dining restaurant could be. At his eponymous informal restaurant in Fitzrovia, the Michelin starred chef serves contemporary cuisine featuring distinct, memorable flavors.
Pea purée, mint tea granita, mint oil and fresh garden peas by Ollie Dabbous of Dabbous.
Brett Graham, The Ledbury
Brett Graham’s The Ledbury is not a restaurant, it is an institution. As such it has earned numerous awards, including two coveted Michelin stars and is ranked No.14 of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016. Brett Graham’s creative cooking style makes fresh produce and wild English game shine.
Guinea fowl puff with mead jelly by Brett Graham of The Ledbury. Photo courtesy of The Ledbury.
Hélène Darroze, The Connaught
At the elegant The Connaught restaurant in affluent Mayfair, two Michelin starred French chef Hélène Darroze presents the finest ingredients executed with finesse and superb French culinary technique.
Cauliflower ice cream, cucumber gelée, oscietre caviar and piedmont hazelnuts by Hélène Darroze of The Connaught.
Mark Jarvis, Anglo
At his praised new restaurant Anglo, Mark Jarvis offers a menu that features modern British delights with global influences. His creations are briefly explained when delivered to the table. The restaurant has a simple décor and is pleasantly unpretentious.
Cod, oyster, and cucumber by Mark Jarvis of Anglo.
James Lowe, Lyle’s
Part of a new breed of talented British chefs, James Lowe proposes a fresh, seasonal menu that celebrates British produce at his restaurant in east London, Lyle’s. The Michelin starred chef partners regularly with respected chefs who come to Lyle’s to cook as part of The Guest Series.
Gull’s eggs by James Lowe. Photo courtesy of Anders Jorgenson.