The Dorchester Hotel offers several lovely dining options including Alain Ducasse awarded with three Michelin stars. Alain Ducasse is one of the worlds’ most decorated chefs; known for incomparable French Cuisine, he has also created innovative dining concepts reflecting international influences. At The Dorchester, Patrick Jouin has created a light and elegant room with high ceilings, large windows looking toward the park and a sparkling chandelier of glowing leaves which provide a soft glow in the evening.
Table Lumiere and Prive Salon below
Two private rooms adjacent to the main room dining are both whimsical and elegant. Prive Salon’s dark green lacquer walls are studded with thousands of green silk buttons reflecting the flora and fauna of Hyde Park. In the bustling heart of Mayfair, the Salon Prive is an oasis of comfort.
Shimmering sophisticated Table Lumiere is a magical centerpiece space. An intimate table for two to six guests encircled by a luminescent oval curtain of 4500 shimmering fibre optic twinkling lights. Designer Patrick Jouin compares sitting at this table as walking into a cloud. Diners are screened from the view of others, you are still able to hear the buzz of the restaurant. A stunning collection of Hermes china, Puiforcat silverware and Saint Louis crystal is used exclusively for Lumiere.
Beginnings – Gourges!
Scallops and Morels
Cookpot of spring asparagus with morels
Pigeon surrounded by potato crisps
And macaroons to go for Neville!
Refined, divine and exquisite in every detail. Of course the menu is eclectic and each signature dish is beautifully presented. Every bite was exquisite – the photos speak for the meal.