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The honeymoon is finally over for Gordon Ramsay, the much-lauded soccer player turned superchef. While fine diners still appreciate Ramsay for the brilliant and entrepreneurial restaurateur that he is (his foray into gastropubs has been less well received), media saturation and high prices have pushed many a fan into the arms of another. And that other is Alan Yau, whose latest ventures are polar opposites. Sake No Hana is expensive Japanese with a sake menu nonpareil, while Cha Cha Moon is the perfect credit-crunch Chinese (15–21 Ganton St., W1F 9BN; 44-20-7297-9800). Hotel restaurants (and bars) are in vogue, with Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester, Hélène Darroze at the Connaught, Ramsay at Claridge's, and Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley. Pubs—gastro and otherwise—continue to thrive, and, of course, there is always a plentiful supply of curry houses and noodle bars.

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Racine, London

The simple, unpretentious, but sophisticated Racine wows regulars with old-fashioned, perfectly executed cuisine bourgeois. Staples like onion soup, escargots...more

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Ottolenghi, London

Israeli chef Yotam Ottolenghi has a knack for making vegetables sexy—he might pair roasted red and yellow beets with quince, basil, and macadamia nuts, or...more

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Northbank, London

After getting your fill of art at Tate Modern, cross the Millennium Bridge and fill up on Falmouth crab, Duchy of Cornwall oysters, and grilled Dartmoor hog's...more

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Moro, London

The much-lauded Moro has been the place to go for its passionate exploration of Moorish cuisine ever since husband-and-wife team Sam and Sam Clark opened for...more

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Magdalen, London

You'll find Magdalen in the rather ugly municipal office buildings that once housed the Mayor of London and his team before they were moved up the street to a...more

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The Ledbury, London

Recipient of a Michelin star in 2006, the Ledbury brings unprecedented polish, panache, and amuse-bouches to Notting Hill, taking this postal code to new levels...more

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Le Caprice, the Ivy, J. Sheekey, Scott's, London

While Scott's, The Ivy, and Le Caprice favor diners with perseverance or a famous name, J. Sheekey, the fourth in the best-known quartet of restaurants in...more

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Le Café Anglais, London

Don't let this restaurant's name or its location on the top floor of an unassuming West London shopping center fool you. Le Café Anglais's menu is...more

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Hix, London

Top London chef Mark Hix (The Ivy and Le Caprice) serves up über-British dishes alongside cutting-edge art in his flagship restaurant in Soho. Above your...more

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Hakkasan, London

A backstreet off Tottenham Court Road is the unlikely location for Alan Yau's highly lacquered, low-lit Michelin-starred restaurant. The dining room is...more

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