Le Gavroche is an upmarket French restaurant located within 47 Park Street Hotel, offering classic dishes created by chef Michel Roux. The cellar produces a wide selection of wines and there is a set lunch menu. There is an inflexible dress code for gentlemen: shirt, jacket and tie. An exquisite private dining room is available, seating between 8 and 20 people with its own reception room and cocktail lounge. The restaurant has been awarded two Michelin stars and continues to be a gourmet’s delight.
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Aubaine is a passionate marriage of French culinary creativity and the discerning standards of the London dining scene. They live to make the simple sophisticated and the sophisticated simple.
This restaurant in the Dorchester hotel sells a three course a la carte menu and a seven course menu. Alain Ducasse is the head chef.
Cote is a modern French bistro offering some of the classic & simple favourites of French cuisine. They offer a brunch, a la carte and children’s menu.
A group of French fine cuisine restaurants founded by Chris and Jeff Galvin.
An exact replica of its counterpart in Paris, Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote intends to transplant the most famous brasserie in Paris directly into the heart of London. Founded 46 years ago in Paris by wine grower M Gineste de Saurs, whose daughter Mme. Godillot now owns and runs the restaurant, Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote centres around one very simple menu – a starter of a green salad with walnuts, followed by trimmed sirloin steak and chips with a ‘secret sauce’ and to finish, a selection of desserts. The most famous aspect of Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecote reputation is the secret sauce – a recipe that has been in the family for many years.