Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

££££
Up to 30
French

About Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

Description

With three Michelin stars to its name and boasting a plum location inside the hotel The Dorchester, this eponymous Alain Ducasse restaurant lends itself well to special occasion dining. While a meal here is already a special experience, for that extra special touch, we’d recommend booking one of the three sumptuous private dining spaces.

The first space, and undoubtedly the most romantic, is Table Lumière. This truly enchanting semi-private dining space gets its name from the luminescent oval curtain which shields the space from the view of the restaurant’s main dining room, and features 4,500 glittering fibre optics that hang dramatically from the ceiling. Seating between two and seven guests, it’s a fantastic way to host a dinner that feels intimate, without losing the ambience or buzz of the main restaurant. You’ll also be able to enjoy the restaurant’s hi-spec dishes while using select Hermès china, Puiforcat silverware and Saint-Louis crystal, all used exclusively at Table Lumière.

If you’re planning to host an intimate celebratory dinner or seated business function, Salon Privé is your best bet. This room comes complete with dark lacquered walls that have been adorned with thousands of silk green buttons. The room takes its inspiration from the colourful landscape of neighbouring Hyde Park, and benefits from a fireplace which can be lit on milder evenings. Salon Privé seats up to 12 guests for a sit-down meal and is well suited to either corporate events or personal occasions.

The final private dining space at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester is Salon Park Lane. Home to high ceilings and flooded with natural light spilling through the large oak-framed French windows, this room is a tranquil space that will bring a sense of calm to any lunch or dinner gatherings. An extra special touch is the dramatic chandelier of glowing leaves which lights up the room, while the restaurant’s menu of flawless dishes will round off your experience.

Good to know about Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

Average Price
££££ - Over £80
Cuisines
French
Ambience
Fine dining, Luxury, Romantic

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester room options

Salon Park Lane

Salon Park Lane

30 seated capacity

With its high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and large oak-framed French windows, Salon Park Lane brings an ambiance of tranquility and makes any event unforgettable. Its modern chandelier of glowing leaves creates an elegant atmosphere of soft light in the evening.

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Salon Privé

Salon Privé

12 seated capacity

Dark lacquered walls studded with thousands of green silk buttons enhance the vibrancy of this cosy, private alcove. The colourful design reflects the greenery of Hyde Park opposite, drawing the outside in. A modern fireplace at the top of the room is reminiscent of a traditional English hearth. In the bustling heart of Mayfair, Salon Privé provides an oasis of comfort and an ideal venue for an intimate meal with discreet service.

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Table Lumière

Table Lumière

7 seated capacity

Cocooned by a luminescent graduated oval curtain, inspired by traditional couture techniques, in homage to the world leading fashion houses of Mayfair, the table is surrounded by 4,500 shimmering optical fibers which drop dramatically from the ceiling cleverly allowing guests to enjoy the ambiance and buzz of the restaurant whilst being nearly screened from view. Guests are able to choose among a stunning collection of Hermès china sets, Puiforcat silverware and Saint-Louis crystal, used exclusively for Table Lumière. The epitome of French craftsmanship.

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Location for Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

The Dorchester Hotel, 53 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1QA

020 7629 8866

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Meet the team
Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

Jean-Philippe Blondet

Executive Chef

Originally born in Nice, Jean-Philippe Blondet has worked with Alain Ducasse for over a decade, joining the team at Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester in 2013. Starting in the kitchen as sous-chef, he quickly climbed the ranks to head chef within two years. By 2016, Jean became executive chef at the esteemed restaurant.

Prior to coming to London, Jean spent time at Spoon at Sanderson in London before joining three-Michelin starred Le Louis XV-Alain Ducasse at l’Hôtel de Paris in Monaco, Alain Ducasse’s iconic restaurant. He also maintained a brief stint as sous-chef at Spoon in Hong Kong to further develop his skill set.

At The Dorchester, Jean-Philippe interprets Alain Ducasse’s cuisine in a contemporary and refined way, while ensuring the ingredients are always the key element.


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