Knightsbridge offers a choice of superb award winning restaurants and cuisines. Below are some suggestions to try out:
Mr Chow (151 Knightsbridge): glitz, glamour and stylish Chinese food. Enjoy watching famous dishes being prepared and famous people.
Zafferano (15 Lowndes Street): Michelin star. Honest, wholesome Italian cuisine at its best.
Foliage Restaurant (66 Knightsbridge, set in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel): Michelin star restaurant and beautiful dining room with magnificent views over Hyde Park.
Petrus (1 Kinnerton Street, inside the plush Berkeley Hotel): Michelin star restaurant and home to the gutsy and robust cuisine of celebrity chef Marcus Wareing. Modern French cuisine and a favourite with celebs, it’s and regularly referred to by the critics as the best fine dining restaurant in London.
5th Floor Café at Harvey Nichols: pan-Mediterranean menu and a place to be seen. There’s plenty of space and lovely terrace available during the summer months.
Amaya (19 Motcomb Street) Michelin star Indian cuisine with a difference. The open kitchen serves elegant dishes cooked either on the tandoor, sigri grill or tawa skillet and described as a ‘pleasure for the senses’.
Racine (239 Brompton Road): warm, friendly and neighbourhood favourite. Good Bourgeois French cooking and short but great wine list.
Viktor Restaurant (116 Knightsbridge): modern and traditional Japanese cuisine.
Ishbila (9 William Street): family-owned restaurant serving ‘top-notch’ Lebanese food in a sophisticated, fashionable setting.
Maria Vanna (116 Knightsbridge): authentic Russian cuisine, although the décor is more like a cramped living room than restaurant.