When The Sunday Times printed its list of top 200 restaurants in the UK last weekend, we at toptable were delighted as always to see so many toptable restaurants on the list – though we’re sure there are at least a dozen others who should have been there or who should have featured higher up the page.
You probably expected us to have a load of top restaurants on the toptable site, but here’s the fascinating bit: what we have is loads of Sunday Times’ top restaurants with special offers. That means you, you savvy toptable diner, can dine at the best restaurants in the UK and save money at the same time. That’s toptable in action for you. Their restaurant list, our deals, your savings.
One-O-One restaurant in Knightsbridge is all about fish, and has a pair of superb lunchtime special offers: 40% off food (also for early supper) or three petit plats and a bellini for lighter appetites for just £25.
In Covent Garden, l’Atelier de Joel Robuchon is celeb central and a foodie heaven all in one terrific West End restaurant. For just £22 for two courses or £27 for three courses, you can lunch here or indulge in an early supper.
The Landau in the Langham Hotel in Portland Place is a sophisticated, award-winning restaurant where you can experience a three course lunch (£32) or dinner (£34) and a complimentary glass of champagne.
The Greenhouse in Mayfair is a Michelin-starred oasis of calm and fine dining that has been delighting Londoners for more than 25 years. Our lunch special offer is three courses and a bellini for £25 or book a weekday dinner of five courses and a bellini for £48.
21212 restaurant in Edinburgh is a mecca for both gourmets and fashionistas. It’s got cool Scottish style with a touch of French flair and some Manhattan buzz. And it’s also got three-course midweek lunches with a glass of champagne for £25 or an amazing five-course midweek dinner with a glass of fizz for £65.
Hibiscus restaurant in Mayfair is a Michelin-starred pinnacle of French cuisine created by chef Claude Bosi. A three-course lunch with a glass of champagne is just £29.50 during the week.
Chez Bruce in Wandsworth has always had a knack for attracting chefs destined for greatness from Marco Pierre White onwards. Experience a three-course lunch for just £19.95 – a steal.
Pearl by Jun Tunaka in the City of London has wow factor and divine French cuisine as well as a three-course set lunch for £25.
Tom Aikens’ eponymous restaurant in Chelsea has a legion of devotees of its elegant, Michelin-starred French cuisine. A five-course lunch with a glass of champagne and petit fours is a sublime experience, costing £49.
Benares in Mayfair is a landmark Indian restaurant of style and finesse, and it also has a ridiculously affordable lunch special: two courses for £19 or three courses for £25.
Michelin-starred Galvin at Windows restaurant soars high above the madness of London on the 28th floor of the London Hilton. For just £39 you can enjoy a world-class three-course dinner throughout the evening Monday through Wednesday, early or late on Thursday or early supper on Friday. Or make it a three-course lunch on any day for £29.
At Theo Randall restaurant in Mayfair you experience robustly flavoured rustic Italian cuisine in a sophisticated city-smart setting. And for just £25 for two courses (£29 for three courses) and a glass of prosecco, you can enjoy lunch or supper at this exciting restaurant.
The Great House at Hawkhurst in Kent is an enchanting restaurant/gastropub in an historic setting with a total commitment to fresh, local ingredients. From Monday through Wednesday, you can immerse yourself in the experience and get 25% off your food bill.
Edmunds restaurant in Birmingham is the ideal restaurant for sophisticated, vibrant Brindleyplace. The creative dishes are founded on French classicism and the results are divine. Enjoy a two-course lunch for just £15 from the menu du jour, or make it a pre-theatre treat on Friday or Saturday evenings.
Launceston Place restaurant is a Kensington hidden gem that won’t stay hidden long if Tristan Welch’s amazing cooking carries on like this. Lunch is a ridiculous £22 for three courses, or early evening supper is £38 for three courses. Brilliant offer.
The Cinnamon Club is one of London’s most-loved restaurants where the relaxed glamour of the interior meets Vivek Singh’s creative Indian cuisine for a really special experience. Start the day as you mean to go on with a two-for-one weekday breakfast offer, or book lunch or early or late supper of two courses and a twinkle cocktail for just £19.
Chapter One in Bromley in Kent is a delightful surprise: a bright, modern restaurant with serious modern European cuisine set behind a charming Tudor exterior. Take yourself there for a three-course dinner Sunday through Thursday evenings and you’ll see what all the AA rosettes are about.
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