The Ledbury Named As UK's Best Restaurant in NRAs 2024

The annual National Restaurant Awards have been announced and three Michelin starred The Ledbury, in London's Notting Hill, takes the top spot twelve years after last having won the award.

The restaurant, run by chef owner Brett Graham, reopened in 2022 following a two year hiatus due to the pandemic, and although a fair amount has changed over the years, the core values of the iconic restaurant remain the same - quality produce filling the menu which combines both classic and contemporary dining in a refreshingly flexible service style.

The Ledbury won the award three years on the bounce from 2010 to 2012 and this year is one of 53 out of 100 restaurants featured situated in the capital, London.

The top 10 list is:

1. The Ledbury, London
2. Mountain, London
3. Restaurant Moor Hall, Lancashire
4. Bouchon Racine, London
5. Ynyshir, Powys
6. Kiln, London
7. Da Terra, London
8. Opheem, Birmingham
9. The Devonshire, London
10. Ikoyi, London

Ninth placed The Devonshire took home the accolade of Gastropub of the Year, whilst Adejoké Bakare of West African restaurant Chishuru 2.0, in London's Fitrzrovia, won the Chef of the Year award.

See all the award winners here. Image credit