Alain Ducasse is one of France’s top chefs and under his guidance, Executive Chef Jocelyn Herland has created a stunning menu of classic and modern French cuisine.
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester is one very special London restaurant indeed, housed in one of the finest hotels in the capital and with one of the world’s most respected chefs at its helm, it has recently been awarded three Michelin stars, only the second restaurant in London to achieve such a coveted accolade.
Known as the height of luxury amongst London hotels, it only remains fitting that The Dorchester Hotel in Mayfair houses one of the capital’s finest restaurants. The interior is supremely elegant, designed by Patrick Jouin, and features only the very best of the best in every aspect. As for the menu, signature dishes include fillet of Angus beef and seared foie gras Rossini with sacristan potatoes and Perigueux sauce and langoustine ravioli with shellfish in a ginger-lemongrass and smoked tea consommé, the famous rum baba makes for a delightful dessert.
Private dining is also a must try for that special occasion where guests can create a bespoke experience including tableware by Hermes. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester reaches new heights in fine dining and is thoroughly well deserved of its 3 Michelin stars.