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Set against the backdrop of Belgravia, Michelin-starred Pétrus - the Gordon Ramsay restaurant in Knightsbridge - is perfect for leisurely dinners, serious business lunches, family celebrations and everything in between.
Offering stylish and modern European cuisine served with exquisite attention to detail and immaculate presentation, the elegant Michelin-star menu from Pétrus delivers on clean and intense flavours.
Pétrus’ circular 50-cover dining room is laid around the pièce de résistance – an ultra-modern floor-to-ceiling cylinder wine cellar holding 1,500 bottles of fine red wine. With highlights of beiges, coppers and silvers, the modern interior of Gordon Ramsay's Pétrus features flashes of claret red that adorn selected wall panels to pay homage to the namesake wine.
When you’re looking for a Michelin star restaurant in London, there’s nowhere better to be than Pétrus.
As one would expect from a restaurant named after one of the world’s finest wines, the wine list features 34 different vintages of Château Pétrus and is the first restaurant in Europe to offer it by the glass. However, it’s not all about this varietal with Pétrus offering over 2000 different bottles with a list that focuses on France’s top vineyards and other fine and rare European gems. These wines are the perfect pairing for Michelin star dining in London.