Alain Ducasse is one of the best chefs on the planet and his London outpost exudes glamour and style. The refined dining room is a quiet riot of beige with the private ‘Table Lumiere' providing a stunning centre piece with its luminescent fibre optic oval curtain. Arrive early for pre-dinner drinks in the legendary Park Lane Bar.
Where is Alain Ducasse located?
This three Michelin starred restaurant is located in the heart of Mayfair on Park Lane, at one of London's iconic properties, The Dorchester Hotel.
What cuisine is on offer at Alain Ducasse?
Executive chef Jean-Philippe Blondet designs his collection of innovative dishes around the current seasonal produce, sourced at their freshest from mainly British and French suppliers. There are several menus available for you to experience the full range of Ducasse's classic French cooking and exquisite presentation. Indulge in the extravagant tasting menu where you can try seven courses including warm Scottish crab with delicate royale, sauté gourmand of lobster as well as Limousin milk-fed veal loin with peas a la Française. There is also a lunch menu that offers a slice of extravagance without breaking the bank.
What is the signature dish at Alain Ducasse?
The “Sauté gourmand” of lobster, truffled chicken quenelles and homemade pasta; the Dry aged beef, artichoke and bone marrow and the indulgent Baba like in ‘Monte-Carlo‘ are just a handful of Alain Ducasse signature dishes.
What makes a meal at Alain Ducasse unique?
The 'Table Lumière' makes for a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. Illuminated by a curtain of 4,500 floor to ceiling shimmering fibre optics, this semi-private room is the jewel of the restaurant. The experience includes the seven-course tasting menu with paired wines chosen by the sommelier.