Top 5 Restaurants in the UK

The United Kingdom is home to multiple cuisines from around the world. It has loads to offer like it’s iconic Fish and Chips. It has some of the best restaurants and it’s also a home to the Best chefs of the World like Marco Pierre White, Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver to name a few but there are also some hidden gems that do not need a famous chef to make it known, it’s the food that does the talking for them. Here are the top 5 restaurants in the UK. 

  1. The Box Tree

Owned by the famous chef Marco Pierre White, The Box Tree is one of the oldest buildings in Ilkley. Originally a Yorkshire stone farmhouse dating from 1720, is now a home to a generation of farmers from Denton. The Box Tree has two Michelin stars to its name. Without exception, the restaurant is featured in every good food guide.

2. F Cooke

For generations, east London’s Cooke family have lived up to their own particular branch of determinism, and provided thousands and thousands of Londoners with traditional pie and mash. The restaurant has been in existence since 1862 and is run by the same family. If you are in mood for some traditional pie and mash, this is the place you have to visit.

3. Fifteen

Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen has always been a special restaurant for the chef and it has completed 13 years. Fifteen is and has always been at the heart of all of the great work that Jamie has done over the years, teaching people about good food and where it comes from.

4. Prashad

A vegetarian cuisine that has impressed even chefs like Gordon Ramsay. From humble beginnings Prashad has grown into an award winning restaurant becoming the only two star AA and Michelin Bib Gourmand Indian restaurant in Yorkshire.  For twenty years, Prashad was in Bredford but moved to Darlington in 2012. The restaurant has also been featured in Gordon Ramsay’s television show.

5.  Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

in 1998, at the age of 31, Gordon set up his first wholly owned restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea. Combining an intimate ambience with exquisite French cuisine. By 2001 the restaurant had gained three Michelin stars, which the establishment retains to this day. Holding three Michelin-stars, Gordon Ramsay’s flagship restaurant provides elegant modern French cuisine using the finest seasonal ingredients and employing both classic and modern techniques.