While Kate Middleton reportedly likes to dine at the Made in Chelsea favourite Bluebird Chelsea, the late Princess Diana was said to prefer the Kensington restaurant Launceston Place.
The Royal Family’s favourite food hotspots have been analysed by Betway to discover which is the most popular among Britons.
Launceston Place, Princess Diana’s favourite restaurant, came out on top. Its popularity was measured by a unique index score.
This was created by the number of hashtags each location had amassed on Instagram, as well as Google and Tripadvisor reviews.
The Kensington restaurant, well-known for its traditional British food, was a favourite of the Princess due to its convenient west London location, cosy dining rooms, and her aptly named dessert, Soufflé Diana.
A three-course lunch menu would cost fans £39, while a three-course dinner menu would cost £75.
Bluebird Chelsea, a favourite of Kate Middleton, and Chiltern Firehouse, a favourite of Princess Beatrice, tied for second place with an index score of 11.
Main courses at Bluebird Chelsea range from £21 for a roast pumpkin and vegan feta to £39 for a ribeye steak.
Princess Beatrice’s go-to restaurant, on the other hand, has main meals costing as high as £80 for a whole Native Lobster, which is roasted with a chilli, garlic and herb butter.
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The top-rated eateries of Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Queen Camilla came in third place, according to the research.
The Prince of Wales reportedly likes to eat at Dans Le Noir?, while the Duchess of Sussex is known to frequent Soho House at 76 Dean Street.
The Queen Consort did admit to her food critic son, Tom Parker Bowles, that she loves the restaurant La Poule au Pot.
The swanky Mayfair location The Arts Club, where Prince Philip frequently was seen having a good time, was ranked fourth place in the survey.
The restaurant “Brilliant”, a Southall family-run curry restaurant that received King Charles’s stamp of approval, rounded out the top five.
Bellamy’s, which is off Berkeley Square, was a go-to place for Queen Elizabeth, where she even celebrated her 80th birthday. This quirky restaurant landed in sixth place.
Following Her Late Majesty in seventh place was Prince Harry with The Hollywood Arms pub in Chelsea.
Finally, the restaurant Polpo in Chelsea came in eighth place, which is where Princess Eugenie reportedly loves to eat.
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