Claude Bosi at Bibendum

Chef Claude Bosi, formerly of Hibiscus restaurant, venture on the site of London's Bibendum...

The project is a collaboration with veteran restaurateur Sir Terence Conran and houses a more casual restaurant and cocktail bar downstairs (retaining the existing oyster and seafood bar), accompanied by a fine-dining restaurant upstairs - serving his recognised Michelin-starred (French & British influenced) food as well as recreating some signature Bibendum dishes. Dishes include: Oyster omelette, watercress and Oscietra caviar and Galician beef filet “à la Ficelle” with smoked eels, beef jam and leaves.

Claude Bosi, the French-born renowned chef was awarded two-Michelin stars at Hibiscus, but closed the restaurant after nine-years in London. Bibendum occupies what was once the British headquarters for French tyre company Michelin. It was lovingly and extensively restored to become an iconic and much-loved restaurant, shop and office space in 1986 when it was bought from Michelin by Sir Terence Conran and the late Lord Paul Hamlyn. Previous chefs who have cooked in the building, include: Simon Hopkinson, Jeremy Lee and Phil Howard. 

The restaurant is open from Wednesday to Sunday, whilst the ground floor will open its doors seven days a week. 



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Signature Dishes

Oyster omelette, watercress and oscietra caviar and Galician beef filet “à la Ficelle” with smoked eels, beef jam and leaves. Anything from the carvery trolley, which is available at weekend lunchtimes, with an offering that changes daily from a selection including beef rib, rotisserie chicken, pork belly and lamb leg.