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127 Ledbury Rd
Notting Hill
Greater London
W11 2AQ
United Kingdom
(map) +44 20 7792 9090
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The Ledbury's plush dining room rattles with money like a Harrods deposit box. But if the clinical white is icily urban, the menu is warmly rural.
Jasper Gerard
The Telegraph

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  • "
    The donuts, back filled with their own silky fig jam, manage the difficult trick of being both comfort food and technically thrilling at the same time. That sums up the Ledbury. It’s an ambitious gastronomic restaurant with ideas well below its station.

    The Guardian

    94
  • "
    The Ledbury in Notting Hill, where the set lunch offers a tutorial in the art of serving glorious food at recession-resistant prices

    The Guardian
    92
  • "
    Lush cream and silk curtains flow along the walls and they hit the dark wooden floors with a pattern that is not too dissimilar to that of The Square.

    London Eater
    91
  • "
    The modern French menu pulses with delicious dishes

    The Telegraph
    93
  • "
    The dining-room is gorgeous, pleasingly proportioned, elegantly tall and solidly built, with a good mix of dark fabrics, polished woods, gleaming silver and glossy black glass light fittings.

    The Independent
    89
  • "
    The Ledbury's plush dining room rattles with money like a Harrods deposit box. But if the clinical white is icily urban, the menu is warmly rural.

    The Telegraph
    92
  • "
    The Ledbury's plush dining room rattles with money like a Harrods deposit box. But if the clinical white is icily urban, the menu is warmly rural.

    The Telegraph
    91
  • "
    I choose the plainest dishes; for that, surely, is how to judge somewhere with such a stellar reputation. A tomato salad, then a piece of grilled fish.

    The Independent
    93
  • "
    The wine list is glorious, unencumbered by snob-value oceans of high-end claret and burgundy — although there are those here too — and exploring wilder shores.

    The Standard
    93
  • "
    The Ledbury in Notting Hill is famous in my mind for two things. Firstly for Michelin stars

    The Standard
    92