Claude Bosi at Bibendum Michelin Restaurant

Bibendum sits on the first floor of the historic art deco building which was built as Michelin’s London HQ in 1911 and its handsome interior cannot fail to impress. The iconic stained glass windows allow light to flood in – a fact best appreciated at lunch when the Michelin Man can be seen in all his glory; in fact, his presence is everywhere, from the butter dish to the salt and pepper pots.

Claude Bosi’s cooking shows a man proud of his French heritage and confident of his abilities. His dishes are poised and well-balanced with bold, assured flavours. Choose the à la carte menu for classics like Brittany rabbit with langoustine and artichoke barigoule or turbot à la Grenobloise – and don’t miss the soufflé for dessert, particularly if it’s chocolate.

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