Roux Restaurant at Parliament Square
Michel Roux Jr took over the helm at the world-famous Michelin starred Le Gavroche in 1991. Since then, Michel has won numerous awards for his cuisine and has continued to set the standard for classical French fine dining in London. Prior to Le Gavroche, Michel honed his skills working for master chefs in Paris, Lyon, Hong Kong and London, spending two years with Alain Chapel and cooking at the Elysée Palace for President Mitterand. Michel was a judge on BBC’s Master Chef: The Professionals.
The restaurant dining rooms are contemporary and luxurious, combining period features and modern furnishings set in a listed building designed by Alfred Waterhouse, the architect of London’s iconic Natural History Museum. At Roux at Parliament Square you will find inspired classic dishes ‘re-visited’ using modern techniques and stylish presentation.
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