Marcus Wareing's two-Michelin-starred restauaurant serves modern European food with a British influence. Dishes here are characterised by the finest produce, exacting execution and creative flair. Following its relaunch as "Marcus" in 2014, tasting plates and an exclusive chef's table dining experience were added to the formal yet relaxed offering.
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Marcus at The Berkeley
The Berkeley Hotel
Wilton PlaceWestminsterLondonSW1X 7RL
My father was a successful restauranteur for over 25 years, so I am accustomed to fine dining since I was a little girl. Currently, I am blessed to still do it often as well as travel the world for it.. This time, London!!
We were treated by my husbands Auntie who is a Londoner and loves Marcus's line of restaurant.
This restaurant is so beautiful and the service is outstanding. The waiters...more
I wont drone on and on about the details of the meal and what we ordered (but do try the veal sweetbread) but I will say it was one of the most amazing meals of the my life. You have your choice of a 3 or 4 course meal and each course has 4 selections. Marcus Wareing has really mastered the art of bringing flavors together - even the bread is complex and wonderful. The service is flawless...more
I admit that I was here because of Master Chef. Marcus Wareing, the man looks like he knows what he's talking about.
Fun fact, Gordon Ramsay used to be a co-owner of this restaurant (under the name Petrus).
It's located in the elegant yet trendy Berkeley hotel, not far from the Knightsbridge station but most other guests seem to prefer arriving in Aston Martins.
I opted for the tasting...more
Service was excellent as expected from a Michelin restaurant. Some of the dishes were wow worthy. I don't usually like lamb but their dishes were so good, I learn that I probably don't like lamb because they were done wrong elsewhere. Too much food but enjoyed the dishes. Seemed like they kept bringing out more and more food.more
Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley has had a revamped into something that is supposed to be (I think) a bit less formal. Well. I thought it was still very formal. Especially in terms of the trend for informal posh dining nowadays, even going about 50% less formal than before is still pretty formal. And if directly compared to the excellent meal I had at Dabbous the next day, expensive and...more