The Michelin Guide revealed its new stars for 2024 this week. In Belgravia, Brooklands at The Peninsula entered the guide with two Michelin stars after opening in October. Belgravia favourites Muse, Amaya and Petrus retained their one Michelin star.

Amaya, Belgravia

This Michelin-starred restaurant offers sophisticated grilled Indian cuisine and has been referred to as a totally unconventional fine dining experience. The food is prepared for sharing, served immediately and there are no first or main courses – which means there is more to share. Choose from a dazzling variety of dishes including seafood, poultry, beef and game – there are also lots of vegetarian options too.  Watch as your choice of ingredients is marinated with exotic seasonings and then cooked in full view in a hot clay oven, open grill, or searing hot iron plate.  If you’re looking for a gourmet adventure, then stop right here – you have arrived. 

Address: Amaya, Halkin Arcade, Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JT.  

Petrus by Gordon Ramsay, Belgravia

Set between Belgravia and Knightsbridge, Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay is a Michelin starred restaurant serving fine French cuisine.  The fresh light dishes are matched by the floor-to-ceiling wine cellar, which sits at the heart of the incredible circular dining room and offers some of the most exquisite wines from around the world, including vintages from its namesake Chateau Pétrus, in Bordeaux.  Book a terrace table and savour wonderful dishes like native lobster ravioli and Herdwick lamb, served with morels, wild garlic and marjoram.  

Address: 1 Kinnerton Street, London SW1X 8EA 

Muse, Belgravia

Muse marks celebrated chef, Tom Aikens’ return to experience-led fine dining in an intimate 25-cover converted mews house. The menus have been inspired by nostalgia and pivotal moments and people in Tom’s personal life. At the beginning of his career, his father was one of the key reasons he became a chef and with his extensive knowledge of the wine business, he gave Tom a real view of the unending delights of France and its great food heritage – developing his deep love of provenance. Muse works closely with suppliers and farmers who are passionate about their produce – which is translated into the incredible dishes at Muse. 

Address: Muse, 38 Groom Place, Belgravia, London, SW1X 7BA 

Brooklands at The Peninsula 

Set on the eighth floor of The Peninsula hotel, Brooklands by Claude Bosi is a spectacular rooftop restaurant which has two Michelin stars. Setting the scene for the restaurant’s modern British cuisine, Brookland’s interior pays homage to the eras of British aviation and motorsport with artefacts including a 1933 race car: a vintage Napier Railton, and a scale-model of an iconic Concorde aircraft suspended from the ceiling. Under the guidance and leadership of Chef Director, Claude Bosi, and Chef de Cuisine, Francesco Dibenedetto, the newly launched restaurant pairs creative European cuisine with The Peninsula London’s unparalleled hospitality. Brooklands menus are crafted using the finest British ingredients and traditional French techniques, offering guests a modern yet classic fine dining experience. Chefs Bosi and Dibenedetto, whose long-standing culinary partnership has brought both acclaim, work closely together to create seven-, five-, and three-course menus that invite diners on a gastronomic journey across the British Isles. 

Address: The Peninsula, 1 Grosvenor Pl, London SW1X 7HJ

Entrance to Brooklands restaurant with motor car images on the walls