Le Gavroche Michelin Restaurant

Le Gavroche’s longevity is legendary. Opened in 1967, this iconic restaurant has been a key player in the post-war culinary history of the UK and, as you descend the stairs into the intimate, clubby room, you’ll be transported back in time. It might have a formal air but it also has a comforting feel, and it’s a delight to see Michel Roux Jnr in his element, touring the tables and chatting to diners as he continues the family legacy.

The menu is a roll-call of refined, sophisticated French classics that delight and satisfy in equal measure – the soufflé Suissesse is renowned, and luxury items lead the way, with the likes of coquilles St Jacques, turbot and lobster; if it all sounds so good that you simply can’t decide, go for the ‘Menu Exceptional. Smooth service has military precision and the sommelier’s recommendations are spot-on.

London Multi-Entry Multi-Directional VVIP Visitors Guide © Simon Newbound

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