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A proper "special occasion" restaurant, Gordon Ramsay's Pétrus has a way of making everyone who walks through its doors feel good. There's much to admire here, not least the glass-walled, walk-in wine cellar housing covetable bottles of titular Château Pétrus and dominating the claret-toned dining room. For a real thrill, we'd recommend the tasting menu, which delivers some astonishing flavours and textures: ballottine of quail with pancetta and charred lettuce; delicate scallops given an earthy edge with braised kombu and delicate bacon-tinged sabayon; short-rib of beef cooked slowly over charcoal for truly melting meatiness; and a clever, witty take on Black Forest gâteau with Amarena and Morello cherry sorbet. The room "may not be to all tastes" but this Belgravia grandee is certainly on the money when it comes to delivering top service.
Petrus is a ridiculously expensive red wine and also the name of one of the most famous restaurants in the London fine dining scene. 1999 was the year Gordon Ramsey originally opened the restaurant in St James Street with Marcus Wareing as head chef. The Restaurant won its first Michelin star in 2000. In 2003 Petrus and Wareing moved to the Berkeley hotel and in 2007 it was awarded a second Michelin star.Following a dispute between Ramsey and Wareing in 2008, Wareing took over the lease at the Berkeley hotel and opened his own Restaurant “Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley” while Ramsey kept the rights to the...
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