An iconic figure in the culinary world, Joël Robuchon was the world's most decorated chef with 32 Michelin stars across his restaurants. The 'Chef of the Century' sadly passed away in 2018. His Michelin-starred L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon in Covent Garden has since closed (there are still branches from Tokyo to New York), with the company opening a more casual French bistro counter concept on Mayfair's Clarges Street - beside HIDE restaurant.
This latest offering (think burnt-orange velvet seating contrasting with the monochrome mosaic floor and marble dining counter) takes inspiration from Robuchon’s culinary experiences, and travels internationally with a signature counter seating facing directly into the open kitchen and globally inspired menu. Choose from contemporary plates or Robuchon classics.
Inventive French cuisine, counter culture
Scallops with potatoes & sage,; Iberica pluma with pimientos de padron & garlic; native lobster with romesco sauce; quail with foie gras & truffle; gazpacho with heirloom tomatoes & burrata and Robuchon’s famous purée mashed potato.