The Fat Duck- is located in Bray in the High Street. The Michelin three-star restaurant has fourteen tables and can seat 42 diners. It has a high proportion of chefs working at the restaurant, 42, equating to one chef per diner.
The Ledbury- Has been voted the UK’s best restaurant more than half a dozen times and holds two Michelin stars. It is also just as famous for being the place where chefs and waiters armed with rolling pins and frying baskets fought off a masked mob during the 2011 London riots.
Marcus- Having undergone a major refurbishment, Marcus (previously known as Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley) is worth the visit for the décor alone. Equipped with a contemporary setting, the surroundings match the relaxed menu, which offers the flexibility to choose from up to five courses.
Pied à Terre- art and fine dining. The restaurant has long-standing relationships with many contemporary artists and displays a collection that includes works by Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton and Sir Howard Hodgkin. Each year the Committee selects one successful artist to be the Artist in Restaurant for one month.
By Heston Blumenthal- Opened in January 2011, it gained a Michelin star, and in April 2014 was listed fifth on The World's 50 Best Restaurants. The restaurant is headed by former Fat Duck head chef Ashley Palmer-Watts. Menu options are based on historical British dishes.
Live Performances- Royal Opera House and Royal Ballet House
Live Performances- Glyndebourne Opera Festival
-La Traviata, Giuseppe Verdi (21 May–27 August 2017)
-Il barbiere di Siviglia, Gioachino Rossini (8 October–2 December 2017)
-Sixteen Concert, The Sixteen Concert, 29 March–11 December 2017
Bath International Music Festival - The Bath International Music Festival has an illustrious artistic history and has long been a well-established event of national significance and international reputation, presenting a dynamic mix of world-class performers. The Festival takes place annually in late May/early June and showcases a rich range of high-quality events featuring orchestral and classical virtuosos, jazz giants, folk, roots and world musicians, innovative collaborations and unique commissions.
Places to visit near London.