Ametsa with Arzak Instruction


Michelin-starred Ametsa’s approach is rooted in the traditions of New Basque Cuisine, pairing the earthy flavours and techniques of Spain’s Basque region with modern, surprising twists featuring locally-sourced and organic produce from land and sea.

Eat from the a la carte menu or discover the set menu, available for lunch and dinner.


Typical meal price: From £41.00 (USD51.61) per diner

£41 and over

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Venue Details & Map

Ametsa with Arzak Instruction

Halkin Street

Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 17 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Ametsa with Arzak Instruction

5.0 out of 5 5 March 2016
by Mihai C.

Full experience - Amazing food, flavours, presentation, attentive staff, poshest part of London - worth its michelin star and available on groupon so reasonable price.

A must try in London !

Starters - shared plates of pulled pork, squid and crab paste

Mains - fish/veil

Dessert - baked applemore

4.0 out of 5 22 January 2016
by Yuen P L.

This restaurant is well laid out and organised, they remind you of your reservation by phone and are very accommodating for dietary needs. Indeed all the staff were delightfully charming and courteous. Nevertheless, the ceiling is a bit of an eye-sore (test tubes full of different dull colours) but at least there's an acceptable reason behind their being there (they are to signify the...more

5.0 out of 5 10 December 2015
by Eric M.

It's amazing that the two best meals of my life have come from kitchens where Juan Mari and Elena have been involved. Ametsa was absolutely stunning from the decor to the service to the artful presentations and most importantly to the food.

We opted for the tasting menu and absolutely loved the opportunity to pick our fish and meat courses which gave us the feel of a tasting menu but with...more

5.0 out of 5 19 May 2015
by Ninad S.

I would have given them 4 stars but will give them 5 because of the absolutely great service. They were firing on all cylinders the evening we went.

4 stars because the food while good, was not Arzak-good (no offense meant to the chef). Noticed a couple of Arzak staples make an appearance during the courses, which was nice. I particularly liked the cold tomato and strawberry soup - very...more

5.0 out of 5 18 March 2015
by Kwiri Y.

This is a "thoughtful" restaurant.

Not sure if it's the southern/ Spanish hospitality, but the thoughtful service of the Restaurant was what really stood out.

The prefix 3 course lunch is more like

7 course including 3 tapas as appetizers, one delicious main entree, dessert and tea and additional

small bite desserts.

I haven't seen the Michelin star in the restaurant but I'd believe it if...more

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