Gold Medal Restaurants in London

British cuisine has grown from strength to strength over the last year – the number of limited access restaurants has risen while an array of walk in only restaurants are fast becoming the talk of the town. Celebrate Great Britain’s success by becoming a member of Quintessentially Lifestyle - the world’s leading Members-only Concierge Club that provides members with benefits and exclusive insider access to some of the capital’s most sought after restaurants.

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Quintessentially's Passport to Gold Medal Restaurants

Quintessentially's Passport to Gold Medal Restaurants

London, UK (PRWEB) June 12, 2012

For an Olympic winning meal, Quintessentially Lifestyle suggests the top five restaurants that are worth racing to.

Dabbous

Hailed as the next best thing – a little like our Olympic hopefuls – Dabbous has become a game-changer within the culinary world. The restaurant is light and modern in design with a basement bar that serves crowd pleasing cocktails. Quintessentially Lifestyle recommends the barbecued lamb belly with runner beans and the custard cream pie.

Novikov

Owned by Russia’s most famous and successful restaurateur Arkady Novikov, this trendy restaurant has recently opened in London and is an absolute treat. With a choice of two kitchens to choose from - one being Pan Asian with its own fish market where one can choose ones fish and how they’d like it to be prepared – whilst the Great Italian Kitchen is home to beautifully executed Italian food.

Bodega Negra

Located within the heart of Soho, La Bodegra Negra’s underground restaurant fronted by pink neon signs is packed full of people from all works of life. Quintessentially Lifestyle recommends The Prawn Jicama Tacos and Churros with Dolce De Leche.

Cut at 45 Park Lane

Ranked as one of the finest dining destinations, Wolfgang Puck’s Cut at 45 Park Lane, is home to outstanding steaks, superb wine list and impeccable service. Quintessentially Lifestyle recommends Wolfgang’s warm butter poached Scottish lobster, The soft polenta with parmesan and The Banana Cream Pie.

Dinner by Heston

After a long day of watching the Olympic Games all one will want to do is relax and have dinner in a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Dinner by Heston Blumethal Mandarin Oriental manages to deliver just his while managing to spellbind. Quintessentially Lifestyle recommends the famous Meat Fruit, Roast Marrowbone, The Black Foot Pork Chop and The Tipsy Cake.

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