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Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester Reviews

General Manager Chris Charraudeau and his crew at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester serve up modern French cuisine in a dining room built by Jouin Manku, all while providing a professional, customized, and courteous service directed by Charraudeau. Executive Chef Jean-Philippe Blondet presents Alain Ducasse’s cuisine in a contemporary and sophisticated manner, always highlighting and complementing the best of the season’s freshest ingredients and ingredients. “Sauté gourmet” of lobster, truffled chicken quenelles, and handmade pasta are some of the restaurant’s signature dishes, as are dry aged beef, artichokes, and bone marrow, and the exquisite Baba, which is similar to the dish served in “Monte-Carlo.” The restaurant, which is an excellent choice for a smart lunch, provides a 3-course set menu that includes wine, water, and coffee. A must-try private dining experience is the Table Lumière, where guests can create their own bespoke dining experience by selecting from a specially selected set of china by Hermès; the spacious Salon Park Lane, which is flooded with natural light; and the intimate Salon Privé, which is a hidden gem.

Cuisine Type: French

Specialties:
‘Sauté gourmand’ of lobster and truffled chicken quenelles

Halibut, oyster and seaweed

‘Baba like in Monte-Carlo’

Address: Park Lane, London, W1K 1QA, United Kingdom

Phone: +44 20 7629 8866

Website: Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester Official Site

Hours: Closed: 1-25 August, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, lunch : Saturday

Michelin Stars: 3