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AA 3-rosette restaurants in London

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AA ROSETTE CRITERIA

AA-rosette-1 One rosette
Chefs should display a mastery of basic techniques and be able to produce dishes of sound quality and clarity of flavours, using good, fresh ingredients.
AA-rosette-2 Two rosettes
Innovation, greater technical skill and more consistency and judgement in combining and balancing ingredients are all needed at this level.
AA-rosette-3 Three rosettes
This award takes a restaurant into the big league. Expectations of the kitchen are high: exact technique, flair and imagination must come through in every dish, and balance and depth of flavour are all-important.
AA-rosette-4 Four rosettes
At this level, not only should all technical skills be exemplary, but there should also be daring ideas, and they must work. There is no room for disappointment. Flavours should be accurate and vibrant.
AA-rosette-5 Five rosettes
The supreme accolade awarded only when the cooking is at the pinnacle of achievement. Flavours, combinations and textures show a faultless sense of balance, giving each dish an extra dimension.



 


















































































































































THREE AA ROSETTES: LONDON

       
Albemarle at Brown’s hotel W1AA entry 
Ambassade de L’Ile SW7AA entry 
Arbutus, London W1AA entry 
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, London WC1AA entry 
1901, Andaz Liverpool Street, London EC2AA entry 
L’Autre Pied, London W1AA entry 
Chapter Two, London SE3 AA entry 
Chez Bruce, London SW17 AA entry 
Clos Maggiore, London WC2AA entry 
Club Gascon, London EC1 AA entry
Corrigan’s Mayfair W1AA entry 
L’Escargot – The Picasso Room, W1AA entry 
Galvin at Windows W1AA entry 
Le Gavroche, London, W1 AA entry
The Glasshouse, Kew, Greater London AA entry
Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s, London W1AA entry
The Greenhouse, London W1 AA entry
The Grill at the Dorchester hotel W1 AA entry 
Jaan, Swissôtel The Howard, London WC2 AA entry
The Ledbury, London W11AA entry
Lindsay House restaurant, London W1AA entry
Maze, London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square,
London W1 
AA entry
Min Jiang at the Royal Garden hotel W8AA entry 
Morgan M, London N7 AA entry
Murano W1AA entry 
Nahm, London SW1 AA entry
Nobu, London W1 AA entry
La Noisette, London SW1 AA entry 
Notting Hill Brasserie, London W11AA entry
Odette’s, London NW1 AA entry 
One-O-One, Sheraton Park Tower, London SW1 AA entry
Orrery, London W1 AA entry 
Pearl Restaurant and Bar at the Renaissance
Chancery Court, London  WC1
AA entry 
Rasoi restaurant, London SW3 AA entry
Rhodes Twenty Four, London EC2AA entry 
Rhodes Restaurant W1, London W1AA entry
The River Café, London W6 AA entry
Roka, London W1 AA entry 
Roussillon SW1AA entry 
Texture at Best Western Mostyn hotel, London W1AA entry 
Theo Randall at the InterContinental, London W1AA entry 
Trinity restaurant, London SW4 AA entry 
La Trompette, London W4 AA entry
Umu, London W1 AA entry
York & Albany NW1AA entry 
Zafferano, London SW1 AA entry



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