London's seven new restaurants added to 2024 Michelin Guide and prices for their set menus
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In total, seven capital eateries have new stars in the latest edition, including one spot that received two star.
We had a look at how much the tasting and set menus are for the latest London restaurant additions to the 2024 Michelin Guide.
Brooklands, Belgravia **
Awarded two Michelin stars in the 2024 guide, the accolade is the second most prestigious honour and highlights an establishment's excellent cooking. For those wanting to dine at the Belgravia spot, the five-course tasting menu will set you back £175.
Address: 1 Grosvenor Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 7HJ, United Kingdom
Chishuru, Marylebone *
Offering flavourful West African dishes, London foodies can check out the newly honoured Michelin-star spot in Marylebone and try its dinner menu for £75 per person.
Address: 3 Great Titchfield Street, Regent’s Park and Marylebone, London, W1W 8AX
Dorian, North Kensington *
The food menu for Dorian is not online, although its extensive 16-page wine list has a vast range of bottles costing up to £4,800.
Address: 105-107 Talbot Road, W11 2AT
Humo, Mayfair *
This Mayfair spot's chef's choice six-step dining experience comes in at £108 per person.
Address: 12 St. George Street, London W1S 2FB
Mountain, Soho *
While Mountain has an online menu, it doesn't have a set course meal. However, if you're feeling fancy, you could order the Spiny Caldereta, which is £130.
Address: 16-18 Beak St, London W1F 9RD
Pavyllon London, Mayfair *
Pavillon has a few set menus for customers to enjoy, including its house special, which is £148 for six courses.
Address: Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, London, England W1J 7DR
Sushi Kanesaka, Mayfair *
There is no full menu online for Sushi Kanesaka in Mayfair. However, its sample offering shows diners a preview of what they can expect.
Address: 45 Park Lane, London, W1K 1PN