Chef Claude Bosi moved his award-winning Hibiscus restaurant from Ludlow, Shropshire; to central London in October 2007.
Since 2009, Hibiscus is a Michelin-starred restaurant, which has also been ranked amongst the best restaurants in the world by The San Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants, and fourth in the UK at the National Restaurant Awards.
Explore the a la carte menu in the main restaurant or enjoy a unique dining experience at the exclusive Chefs Table with your own personal chef and wine waiter.
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29 Maddox StreetLondonW1S 2PA
This place definitely deserves its 2 Michelin stars! Their meal was amazing in taste and in presentation. Of course the service was amazing as well. I have been to many Michelin star restaurant. I highly recommend this place.more
Very nice lunch experience at Hibiscus.
We took the lunch set at £49.5 per person for 3 Courses, 1/2 A Bottle of Wine, Coffee & Petit Fours
Cow Heart Tomato, Stracciatella, Anchovies and Lime - Excellent choice
Confit Pork Neck, Smoked Eel, Blood Orange, Peas and Carrot - Meat was amazing, very well cooked in excellent sauce. Maybe a bit too salty.
Apricot, Italian Meringue, Warm...more
Hibiscus is located centrally, just off Regent Street so easy to find location. Despite the central location the first feeling when stepping in from the central London was that it was calm and tranquil. We were seated right away and had menus presented so service was really on top of things. We were there for lunch so opted for 3 courses at £49.5 (including coffee/tea, petit fours and half a...more
I feel very odd giving this restaurant 3 stars in light of the excellent reviews below.
I actually enjoyed dinner as part of a group in the private dining area. The private dining room is nothing that special, the buzz in the restaurant is better.
The food itself was not great. This is not to say that it was bad just that it didn't meet my expectations of such an acclaimed restaurant....more
Plusses: Lunch deal, great desserts, non-alcoholic cocktails
Minusses: stressful environment, average food (not two star quality)
I don't think I can rally enough about the great lunch deals one can find in London. If you are a bit of a foodie, but don't have an endless supply of money, you can get a taste of top-chef action for less than 50£, if you just go to the restaurant for a lunch....more