The Ledbury has been named the UK's best restaurant by the Sunday Times Food List as it continues its impressive run of topping many critics' lists for its exquisite French cuisine.
8000 diners from across the UK were chosen to rate the food of the many diners in the country and the result was The Ledbury attaining the average score of 9.81 out of 10.
The Michelin Star diner beaten off the likes of Gidleigh Park in Chagford, Devon, Le Gavroche in Mayfair, London and Waterside Inn, Bray, Berks to claim the top spot.
Owner of the Ledbury, Brett Graham said: "It's a huge honour to top the List, especially as it comes from such a broad base of customers. This is a testament toeveryone in the extremely talented and energetic young team here at The Ledbury.
Editor of The Sunday Times Food List, Karen Robinson, added: "We're delighted for Brett and everyone at The Ledbury. The Food List is the ultimate taste test. And although the restaurants on it are not cheap, the point is that it's not about a clique of food critics or anonymous restaurant inspectors telling us to go and spend this money.
"It's my privilege to come in each day and orchestrate the proceedings, but the accolade belongs to them all. I feel so lucky to be part of such a dedicated and hard working group."
Earlier this month, The Ledbury retained its title the UK's best restaurant at the National Restaurant Awards and was also named as London's best restaurant by the readers of review website Zagat.