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Despite losing one of its two Michelin stars in 2013, it’s business as usual at this ‘oasis of calm professionalism’. Diners continue to rave about the ‘outstanding’ and ‘sublime’ dishes devised by
superstar chef Joël Robuchon and theatrically prepared in the open kitchen attached to the sleek black and red L’Atelier. Book a seat at the counter to admire and sample beautiful, exquisitely
presented small plates defined by highly intricate flavours – from perfectly caramelised quail stuffed with velvety foie gras to roast John Dory on a subtly spiced bed of coco beans and chorizo or
the signature ‘caviar’ – delicate layers of crabmeat, lobster jelly and oscietra caviar playfully served in a tin with a tiny pearl spoon. Multi-course set menus are a great way to experience such
stellar cooking on a budget, though pitch-perfect wine matches from the ‘charming’ sommelier team are worth the extra investment. Upstairs, La Cuisine is a more natural choice for big groups or
business, but you can expect ‘meticulous service’ throughout.
In the past we visited L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon restaurants in Paris and London. We’ve found the experience to be equally excellent in both cities and both experiences left us wanting more…L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon London is located in the popular West End theatre district of London and the interior is pretty theatrical and dramatic indeed. The ground floor is similar to Paris St. Germain restaurant, where guests are seated around a large open kitchen and can sit at the counter. The 1st floor is a more ‘formal’ dining area and the 2nd floor is a bar and terrace area, which I imagine is nice during the...
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