Angler wins its first Michelin star

Angler wins its first Michelin star

Angler – the Conran-designed fish restaurant at the top of D&D London’s South Place Hotel – has just won its first Michelin star, less than a year after opening.

The restaurant, which comprises a dining room, cocktail bar and terrace, sits on the seventh floor of the hotel, and offers its customers an unparalleled way to unwind at the heart of the City. 

Angler restaurant Angler wins its first Michelin star

The main dining space with its spectacular Grace&Webb artwork

Angler presents three different ways to relax. The main restaurant space, featuring white linen tablecloths and a spectacular fretwork aluminium ceiling, offers a rarefied contrast to the livelier cocktail area. Outside, a lushly planted terrace commands spectacular views of the City.

Angler bar Angler wins its first Michelin star

Angler’s vibrant bar area

Tony Fleming, Angler’s Executive Chef, considers the restaurant’s design an intrinsic part of the experience.

We’re proud of every element of Angler, not the just the food but also the staff, service and wonderful design. I am so proud of our team who work tirelessly to make it a success.

Which is lovely to hear. A huge well done to everyone at South Place!

Photos © Guy Montagu-Pollock and Christa Holka