A more casual sibling to Le Comptoir Robuchon on nearby Clarges Street, Le Deli Robuchon offers a sophisticated all-day menu, as well as grab and go options and a patisserie.
Finding its home on Piccadilly, Le Deli Robuchon features a mixture of traditional and high-top seating, as well as a ‘retail hub’ in the room’s centre which features a hand-picked selection of products loved by the Robuchon team which are available to purchase and take home.
At breakfast, guests can enjoy freshly-baked pastries such as a traditional handmade croissant or banana bread with mascarpone and caramelised almonds. There’s also porridge topped with dry fruits and chia seeds, while later in the day a selection of hot and cold sandwiches are available – think Jambon-Beurre Le Prince de Paris, baguette, ham and Robuchon’s signature butter or Le Croque à la truffe, Saint-Nectaire and truffle.
There are salads to choose from for any diners on the hunt for something light, while those looking to indulge can opt for one of the cheese and charcuterie boards, which are perfect for sharing. If you’re not in a rush, you can also enjoy Le Deli Robuchon’s classical afternoon tea at a leisurely pace. Glass of Brut Rosé Louis Roederer, anyone?
Le Deli Robuchon comes from the Robuchon group that was founded by superstar chef Joël Robuchon, who passed away in August of 2018 aged 73 following a battle with cancer. Robuchon’s original London restaurant – L'Atelier De Joël Robuchon – closed in April of 2019. Robuchon opened the restaurant following his official retirement at the age of 50, after being inspired by a trip to Asia.
Robuchon is remembered as one of the all-time great chefs, having been awarded 32 Michelin stars during his long-standing career, across 13 countries. His restaurant empire stretches across the globe, taking in Paris, New York, Las Vegas, Singapore and Hong Kong to name just a few.