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The three Michelin star restaurants in south London you need to visit

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Alex Martin, editor of Elite Traveller, said: “London remains, as ever, the center of the UK’s fine-dining industry.

“It accounts for 74 of the UK and Ireland’s 188 starred restaurants, including five three-star restaurants and 12 two-star restaurants.”

From a gastropub in Richmond to a restaurant with a seasonally changing menu in Clapham – these are the three Michelin star restaurants in south east London to try.


Chez Bruce – 1 star

Located in Wandsworth, Chez Bruce offers a mix of dishes based around classical and regional French as well as Mediterranean cuisine.

The menu is a collaborative effort between head chef Matt Christmas and Bruce Pole who have worked together over the course of ten years.

The menu ranges from home-made charcuterie to classic desserts, as well as bread freshly baked in house.

Address: 2 Bellevue Rd, SW17 7EG

Dysart Petersham – 1 star

Located in Richmond, Dysart Petersham is one of the branches owned by the Petersham chain.

This high-end gastropub with its rustic charm serves a menu with botanical touches with options like roast duck leg with fennel purée or Yorkshire rhubarb, medlar sorbet with pecan nut tuile.

Guests can also choose to opt for a nine-curse tasting menu experience, which is also available for vegetarians.

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Address: 135 Petersham Rd, Richmond TW10 7AA

Trinity – 1 star

If you’re looking to try something new, look no further than Trinity in Clapham Old Town, with its frequently changing seasonal menu.

First opened in 2006 by award-winning chef Adam Byatt, the restaurant aims to provide a unique dining experience to guests, with a curated menu that frequently changes.

Address: 4 The Polygon, SW4 0JG

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