Super chef Daniel Boulud’s magnificent London restaurant Bar Boulud can be found in the world famous Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London’s Knightsbridge.
Having gained three Michelin stars for his New York restaurant, legendary chef Daniel Boulud brings his exquisite French cuisine to London with his fabulous Bar Boulud.
Housed inside the ultra luxurious Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the restaurant also boasts its own entrance and has been styled as a smart French bistro and wine bar. Beautiful vaulted ceilings and red leather banquettes set the scene whilst diners can also eat at the charcuterie counter overlooking the large open plan kitchen.
Expect only the very best in French cuisine at Bar Boulud, where homemade terrines, pates and saucissons are produced under the guidance of Gilles Verot, one of the best charcutiers in France. Indulge in dishes such as boudin blanc, truffled white sausage and mashed potato or butter poached halibut with asparagus, spring chantrelles and paprika mousseline. The restaurant’s wine list is stunning and the cellar is dedicated to Lyon, Boulud’s home town with a great ion of wines from Burgundy and the Rhone Valley.
Bar Boulud offers an outstanding dining experience in London and has fast become one of the capital’s hottest restaurants.
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