Which London Restaurants Were Awarded New Michelin Stars?

By Ellie Smith

4 months ago

The capital's 2024 winners


A whole host of London restaurants are celebrating their new starry status today, following last night’s 2024 Michelin Guide ceremony. Held at the Midland Hotel in Manchester, the event marked the 50th anniversary of the guide, which sees restaurants across the world rewarded for their culinary excellence. It was a great night for London, with 15 wins overall: 10 new one star restaurants, three new two stars, and one new three star. Find all of London’s new Michelin-starred restaurants below.

London’s New Michelin-Starred Restaurants For 2024

New One Star Restaurants

Mountain, Soho

Tomos Parry’s Soho restaurant Mountain has developed cult status since opening in 2023, focusing on live-fire, Basque-style cooking. And now, less than a year in, it has joined its sister restaurant Brat in holding a Michelin star. 16-18 Beak St, London W1F 9RD, mountainbeakstreet.com

1890 at The Savoy, The Strand

The Savoy is no stranger to Michelin stars – and now it has one more. Gordon Ramsay’s 1890 at The Savoy gained one star in the 2024 guide, lauded for its modern French tasting menu, inspired by dishes first created by Georges Auguste Escoffier at the hotel many years ago. Savoy Hotel, Strand, London WC2R 0EZ, gordonramsayrestaurants.com

Humo restaurant

HUMO

HUMO, Mayfair

One of Mayfair’s hottest recent launches, HUMO uses no electricity or gas, instead cooking on a wood-fired grill, with a menu split into four categories: Ignite, Smoke, Flame and Embers. With Colombian chef Miller Prada at the helm, it now joins chef patron Endo Zazutoshi’s Endo At The Rotunda with a Michelin star. 12 St George St, London W1S 2FB, humolondon.com

Akoko, Fitzrovia

Aji Akokomi’s Fitzrovia restaurant Akoko has soared to new heights following the arrival of executive chef Ayo Adeyemi in 2022. One of London’s new Michelin-starred restaurants, it’s at the helm of London’s emerging West African dining scene, offering a nine-course tasting menu focused on three core elements: fire, umami and spice. 21 Berners St, London W1T 3LP, akoko.co.uk

Chishuru

Chishuru

Chishuru, Fitzrovia

Self-taught Nigerian chef Adejoké ‘Joké’ Bakare rose to fame after winning a local cooking competition, going on to open her own restaurant in Brixton, Chishuru. It was a big success, and last year moved to a larger venue in the West End – gaining a Michelin star after just six months in its new home. 3 Great Titchfield St., London W1W 8AX, chishuru.com

Humble Chicken, Soho

Despite its name, there is nothing humble about Angelo Sato’s esteemed Soho restaurant, which underwent something of a revamp last year. Humble Chicken 2.0 serves an omakase menu in an intimate chef’s table-style setting – now with a newly awarded Michelin star. 54 Frith St, London W1D 4SJ, book via resy.com

Ormer Mayfair

Ormer Mayfair, the restaurant within five-star hotel Flemings Mayfair, has been on the up ever since chef Sofian Msetfi took over in 2021, and now it has become one of London’s newest Michelin-starred restaurants. At yesterday’s ceremony, Michelin commended its ‘carefully constructed dishes using classic combinations, that are lifted to a new level by hints of originality’ as well as the ‘understated elegance and charming, unstuffy service’. 7-12 Half Moon St, 7-12 Half Moon St, London W1J 7BH, flemings-mayfair.co.uk

Aulis interiors

Aulis

Aulis, Soho

It was only a matter of time before Simon Rogan’s Soho chef’s table, Aulis, joined the Michelin-starred club. Opened in St Anne’s Court just off Dean Street back in 2017, the intimate eatery showcases Rogan’s farm-to-fork ethos, utilising ingredients from his own farm in the Lake District. 16 St Anne’s Ct, London W1F 0BF, aulis.co.uk

Dorian, Notting Hill

Notting Hill is one of the capital’s buzziest food districts these days, thanks to a string of exciting newbies arriving in the neighbourhood over the past couple of years. One of these is Dorian, Chris D’Sylva’s bistro, which will no doubt become even more popular with its new Michelin-starred status. 105, 107 Talbot Rd, London W11 2AT, dorianrestaurant.com

Pavyllon London, Mayfair

Yannick Alléno is no stranger to Michelin stars, with 16 of his restaurants around the world holding the accolade – making him one of the world’s starriest chefs. And now he has one more, for his debut London opening Pavyllon at the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, which launched just six months ago. Hamilton Pl, London W1J 7DR, pavyllonlondon.com

Sushi Kanesaka

Shinji Kanesaka’s 13-seat omakase restaurant Sushi Kanesaka has been making waves since arriving at 45 Park Lane, offering an extravagant 20-course menu. And now, just seven months after opening, its excellence has been recognised with a Michelin star. 45 Park Ln, London W1K 1PN, dorchestercollection.com

New Two Star Restaurants

Gymkhana

Gymkhana

Gymkhana, Mayfair

Mayfair hotspot Gymkhana has become one of London’s best-loved Indian restaurants since opening back in 2013, famed for its top-quality dishes like tandoori masala lamb chops and goat meethi keema. And now it has made history by becoming the capital’s first Indian restaurant to win two Michelin stars. 42 Albemarle St, London W1S 4JH, gymkhanalondon.com

Trivet, Bermondsey

‘Here is a restaurant that just seems to get everything right’, says Michelin of Trivet, the Bermondsey eatery spearheaded by chef Jonny Lake and sommelier Isa Bal, both formerly at The Fat Duck. It may now have two Michelin stars, but the dining room has a relaxed and informal feel, with an open kitchen and an excellent wine list. 36 Snowsfields, London SE1 3SU, trivetrestaurant.co.uk

Brooklands at The Peninsula

Brooklands at The Peninsula

Brooklands, Belgravia

Less than a year after opening, Claude Bosi’s Brooklands has secured two Michelin stars. Housed on the rooftop of one of the capital’s most luxurious new hotels, The Peninsula London, the fine dining restaurant pairs top British produce with traditional French techniques, with the name and decor paying homage to the classic eras of British aviation and motorsport. The Peninsula, 1 Grosvenor Pl, London SW1X 7HJ, peninsula.com

New Three Star Restaurants

The Ledbury, Notting Hill

Brett Graham’s The Ledbury is widely viewed as one of London’s top restaurants – something confirmed by Michelin, who has just awarded the venue with a third star. It’s the sixth restaurant in the capital to receive the guide’s most prestigious accolade, described by Michelin as the ‘very highest of gastronomic honours’ which is ‘not given lightly’. 127 Ledbury Rd, London W11 2AQ, theledbury.com