Affordable food from Britain's top chefs
Treat yourself when you come to Britain - eat at a restaurant owned by a Michelin-starred celebrity chef. If you're thinking 'I can't afford it' - think again!
Some of Britain's favourite celebrity chefs are opening new restaurants serving award-winning food at affordable prices. Find out what Jamie, Gordon and co. have to offer here.
Not content with his collection of 7 Michelin-starred London restaurants, Gordon added 3 gastropubs to his empire in 2007. The Narrow in Limehouse, East London; The Devonshire in Chiswick, West London; and The Warrington in Maida Vale, Central London all serve classic British dishes with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
You'll find a great selection of wines, beers and real ales at each pub, as well as the great classic décor that you'll find throughout all of Gordon's Restaurants. Expect to pay from £7 - £19 for a main course and from £13 for a bottle of wine.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week, Jamie's Italian will be accessible and convenient. So whether you want to grab a quick breakfast, a quality, fresh sandwich, a long lunch or a fantastic evening meal, you'll find it at Jamie's Italian.
There are now 34 branches of Carluccio's all over Britain, still serving delicious, fresh food. In the Carluccio's shops, you'll find delicious authentic products brought back from all over Italy - from pasta in Puglia, capers from Calabria, olive oil from Sicily, and fat risotto rice from the Veneto.
When Marco Pierre White hung up his chef's whites and retired from cooking in 1999, the foodie world despaired. But instead of disappearing from the restaurant scene entirely, Marco became a restaurateur, and now has a number of enterprises all over Britain.
Marco joined forces with racing jockey Frankie Dettori to create Frankie's Italian Bar & Grill, a chain of exciting family restaurants serving everything from burger's and pizzas to fish and steak. There are 4 restaurants in London - Knightsbridge, Chiswick, Putney and the department store Selfridges.
Brasserie Blanc is perfect for a long lunch or dinner - expect to pay from £7.50 - £16.50 for a main course, and from around £13 for a bottle of wine - not bad for a Michelin-award winning brasserie!
If you want to push the boat out, you can start with oysters, or treat yourself to Sea Bass, Tuna, or John Dory with chips instead of the traditional Cod or Haddock.
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