Top 5 restaurants in Knightsbridge

Sal e Pepe, 9-15 Pavilion Road

 

Sal e Pepe has been going for over 30 years and they provide great food and service for a reasonable price. This Italian restaurant serves up original dishes that you would find in Italy. Their most popular dishes is their Dover Sole, Calves Liver and Veal chop, if all of that doesn’t get your appetite going then I recommend you choose from their delicious pasta dishes you won’t be disappointed. These delicious dishes are all deserve with a wine to compliment and the waiter/waitress will be more than happy to help you choose. The restaurant put their longevity down to the friendly staff, the authentic delicious food and a welcoming atmosphere. This is a perfect place to spend a dinner date with a high class escort.

Chabrot, 9 Knightsbridge Green

 

Chabrot Bistrot D’Amis is the second South Western French bistro with the first restaurent in Smithfield. The restaurants were set up by Yann Chevris, Michelin star chef Thierry Laborde and celebrity florist Pascal Lavorel. In easy reach of Knightsbridge underground station only two minutes walk from the restaurant. This is a restaurant that you will be shocked to find down an alleyway with some newsagents and purveyors of fine hats. You will not complaints about the service or the food and when you taste the pan fried foie gras you will be left speechless. Treat your taste buds to a range of perfected French classics in a very cosy atmosphere your Knightsbridge escort won’t be disappointed.

The Rib Room, Cadogan Place

 

The rib Room open in 1961 serving perfect slices of roast beef and still do to this day. The bar and restaurant have had a major makeover in 2011 but have kept the high quality food and excellent service. The best of traditional British food served day after day and getting such great reviews so it’s down to head Chef Ian Rudge’s and don’t forget their famous roast rib of beef is still on the menu. Enjoy some live music at the Rib Room from 10pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and late night offers on drinks. Though impossible to try every single one you are spoilt for choice with 450 wines or maybe your fancy champagne. The cigar bar and terrace is a great place to sit back and enjoy a Cuban, New World and maybe something rare like a signature blend.

Petrus, Kinnerton Street

 

A Modern French restaurant opened in 1999 jointly opened by Gordon Ramsay and his farther in law Chris Hutcheson. They had two Michelin star by 2007 and won a new Michelin star in 2011 and five AA Rosettes, they still hold it to this day. Enjoy a modern French menu in stylish environment designed by Russell Sage Studio. The menu is unmistakably Gordon Ramsay but with a few influences from Head chef Sean Burbridge who works on behalf of Gordon Ramsay. The wines list begins at £25 right up to £39,000 for the 1961 magnum of Petrus. They were recently voted by trip advisor as number one restaurant in London and by Dior escorts.

 

Outlaws, Capital Hotel, Basil Street

This beautiful restaurant sits within the Capital five star hotel. A Michelin starred restaurant with a unique menu that mostly use seafood caught around the coast of Cornwall. On Thursday you can bring your own bottle of wine to enjoy with your meal. Nathan Outlaw has weekly consultations with Head chef Pete Biggs whom has worked with Nathan Outlaw for 11 years working to produce high quality food at the Capital Hotel. There are two suites to choose from for you to enjoy a private dinner the Eaton Suite and Cardogan Suite both for up to 30 guests. A beautiful restaurant within a charming boutique hotel situated only minutes from Knightsbridge underground station.

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