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London's Eco Restaurant Tour

It’s not easy to follow the acts of mega-stars like Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver. Yet six youthful chefs have lately leaped that culinary bar and taken London by storm. Before Mark Jankel could peek over a kitchen counter, he was cooking with his grandmother in Málaga, Spain. Today the 31-year-old keeps it local: the Jerusalem artichokes he serves with pan-fried halibut at Notting Hill Brasserie come from a neighbor’s garden. He also oversees two sister eateries, the Ebury and the Waterway; his dream is to open London’s first completely sustainable restaurant. Read the article

Inspired by: London’s Top Young Chefs — by Charlotte Druckman, Published Sep. 2007

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    The Milestone Hotel

    This stately red-brick Victorian hotel with plush, antiques-filled interiors, opposite Kensington Palace has 57 rooms, 6 apartments, 1 restaurant,

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    Main House

    Main House, named after owner Caroline Main, discreetly holds four suites in fashionable Notting Hill, each one occupying an entire floor of the up

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    The Waterway

    For a lazy summertime brunch overlooking Maida Vale’s shimmering Grand Union Canal, head to The Waterway and score a spot on the gorgeous outdoor t

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    Trinity

    Although its name refers to a cooking method that involves showcasing three main ingredients in each dish, Trinity does often evoke flavor-inspired

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    Odette’s

    A posh neighborhood eatery in Primrose Hill, Odette’s is owned by celebrated chef Bryn Williams, who brings a serious pedigree and loads of culinar

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    Notting Hill Brasserie

    Upon arriving at this elegant brasserie, tucked away on a quiet Notting Hill street, patrons are instantly charmed by a quaint cobblestone lane and

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    Fino, London

    Hidden behind an unassuming door just off Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia, this subterranean sensation from acclaimed restaurateurs Sam and Eddie Har

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    The Ebury

    Even diners who’ve forgotten their pearls and diamond-encrusted rings still feel at home at The Ebury despite its oh-so-chic location near Sloane S

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    Theo Randall at the InterContinental

     

    Chef Theo Randall, formerly of the River Café, heads his namesake restaurant tucked inside the Intercontinental London Park Lane. With a menu foc

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    The Ledbury

    Since opening in 2005, Michelin two-star rated restaurant Ledbury has seen a great deal of success, largely due to the fact that owner-chef Brett G

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