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53 Park Lane
London
Greater London
W1K 1QA
United Kingdom
(map) +44 20 7629 8866
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Head chef Jocelyn Herland's concise and classic French-driven menu is high on technique and low on modern molecular wizardry.
Terry Durack
The Independent

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    Head chef Jocelyn Herland's concise and classic French-driven menu is high on technique and low on modern molecular wizardry.

    The Independent
    90
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    “In Paris we have bistros, then we have fine dining. In London you have a very contemporary scene with mixed influences.”

    The Telegraph
    95
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    The service, meanwhile, is less suffocating than it might be, but still fabulously attentive.

    The Guardian
    92
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    It was the third starter that best summed up the cooking here. At its heart was a lobe of seared foie gras that had been perfectly cooked.

    The Guardian
    89
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    When asked recently to describe what "Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester" would be all about, the 51-year-old maestro did a nifty tour of several of his acclaimed restaurants

    The Telegraph
    94
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    Head chef Jocelyn Herland has come from Ducasse's Plaza Athénée but the menu differs from that in Paris and, indeed, from Ducasse's Le Louis XV in Monte Carlo.

    The Standard
    93
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    The Dorchester is another country, full of glittering foreignness. It’s money, you see – vast, alien quantities of it.

    METRO
    85