Le Gavroche

Le Gavroche
43 Upper Brook Street, Westminster, London, W1K 7QR
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Arguably London's most famous restaurant, Le Gavroche opened its doors in 1967 and became the first restaurant in the country to be awarded three Michelin stars.

The chef de cuisine, Michel Roux Jr, remaines committed to the classics of French haute cuisine but brings his own lighter touch to the menu and a passion for the freshest and finest ingredients. One of Michel's signature dishes would undoubtedly be the Soufflé Suissesse. The wine list is the most extensive in London with nearly 2000 bottles to choose from and the legendary service constantly sets the standard for others to follow.

No detail is overlooked in a restaurant which can seat sixty people at once, with constant attention to the client's needs. Located in the exclusive area of Mayfair, Le Gavroche offers a rare opportunity for a tranquil dining experience in the heart of the busy city of London

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