Newly Michelin starred restaurants in London, 2020

09 Oct 2019 | Updated on: 27 Sep 2022 |By Luxury London

Six restaurants in London are awarded coveted stars, unveiled this week in the 2020 Michelin Guide. Mayfair's Sketch now boasts three Michelin stars, while newcomers include Nuno Mendes'Mãos in Shoreditch

The Lecture Room and Library at Sketch, Mayfair (3*)

“Mourad Mazouz and Pierre Gagnaire’s 18C funhouse is awash with colour, energy and vim and the luxurious ‘Lecture Room & Library’ provides the ideal setting for the sophisticated French cooking. Relax and enjoy artfully presented, elaborate dishes that provide many varieties of flavours and textures. The ingredients are exemplary, the cooking is elevated to an art form and their dishes are often destined to become classics”- Michelin Guide

Cuisine: French

In the kitchen: French chef Pierre Gagnaire

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 7am-2am, Saturday 8am-2am and Sunday 8am-12am Location: 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2XG Closest Station: Oxford Circus

Website: sketch.london

La Dame de Pic, City of London (2*)

“Anne-Sophie Pic’s London outpost is a charmingly run brasserie deluxe in the impressive Beaux-Arts style Four Seasons Hotel; an airy, high-ceilinged room with a spacious, stylish feel. Cooking is rooted in classic French techniques yet delivered in a light, modern manner and dishes are elegant and original, with exciting flavour combinations.” – Michelin Guide

Cuisine: French

In the kitchen: French chef Anne-Sophie Pic

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 12-10.15pm, Sunday closed Location: 10 Trinity Square, London EC3N 4AJ Closest Station: London Fenchurch Street

Website: ladamedepiclondon.co.uk

Mãos, Shoreditch (1*)

“A “kitchen, table and wine room” is how chef Nuno Mendes describes his restaurant at the Blue Mountain School – a collaborative space for design and art. Up to 16 guests are served together around a large table and the multi-course surprise menu offers a masterclass in originality, balance and depth.”- Michelin Guide

Cuisine: Influence from Europe, Asia and wider continents

In the kitchen: Portuguese chef and restaurateur Nuno Mendes; head chef Edoardo Pellicano

Opening Hours: Sunday to Tuesday closed and Wednesday to Saturday 7-11.30pm Location: 41 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, London E2 7DJ Closest Station: Shoreditch High Street

Website: bluemountain.school/maos

Endo at The Rotunda, Shepherd’s Bush (1*)

“Endo Kazutoshi’s stylish space on the top floor of the former BBC TV Centre comes with a beautiful counter fashioned from 200-year-old hinoki wood. He was trained in Edomae techniques but has considerable international experience; his superlative nigiri is interspersed with equally exquisite dishes.” – Michelin Guide

Cuisine: Japanese

In the kitchen: Master sushi chef and restaurateur Endo Kazutoshi

Opening Hours: Sunday and Monday closed, Tuesday and Wednesday 6-11pm and Thursday to Saturday 12-3pm and 6-11pm Location: 8th Floor, The Helios, Television Centre, 101 Wood Lane, White City, London W12 7FR Closest Station: White City

Website: endoatrotunda.com

Dysart Petersham, Richmond (1*)

“Overlooking Richmond Park and built in the early 1900s as part of the Arts and Crafts movement, this warm, homely space successfully blends its period features with more contemporary design elements. The classic, ingredient-led menu features well-crafted dishes with bold flavours and no unnecessary gimmicks.”- Michelin Guide

Cuisine: British with influences from New York and Japan

In the kitchen: Irish chef Kenneth Culhane

Opening Hours: Monday to Wednesday closed, Thursday and Friday 12-3pm then 6-9.30pm, Saturday 12-3pm then 6.30-9.30pm and Sunday 12-3.30pm Location: 135 Petersham Road, Richmond TW10 7AA Closest Station: St Margarets

Website: thedysartpetersham.co.uk

Da Terra, Bethnal Green (1*)

“The surprise menu comprises 8 or 10 original and refined courses. To reflect the chef’s heritage and culinary peregrinations, there are hints of Latin America and Italy. The harmony of flavours and contrast in textures are memorable. The chefs serve the dishes themselves and explain them with zeal.” – Michelin Guide

Cuisine: “American inspired flavours with an Italian heart”

In the kitchen: Paulo Airaudo and Rafael Cagali, who both worked together at The Fat Duck.

Opening Hours: Monday closed, Tuesday 4-10pm, Wednesday to Friday 12-3pm then 6-10pm, Saturday 12-2pm then 6-9.30pm and Sunday 12-6pm Location: 8 Patriot Square, London E2 9NF Closest Station: Cambridge Heath

Website: daterra.co.uk