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The Berkeley Hotel, Wilton Place
London
Greater London
SW1X 7RL
United Kingdom
(map) +44 20 7107 8844
  • 85.5
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‘I suppose,’ says the lofty head waiter, ‘you’ll want to start with some champagne? You are in a French restaurant, after all.’
Marina
METRO

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    fabulous though all these dishes were, they were only the warm-up act to Koffmann's near-mythical signature dish: pig's trotter stuffed with sweetbreads and morels

    The Independent
    87
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    In the Provençal fashion it had been braised from raw; no browning had taken place

    The Telegraph
    90
  • "
    ‘I suppose,’ says the lofty head waiter, ‘you’ll want to start with some champagne? You are in a French restaurant, after all.’

    METRO
    81
  • "
    With Pierre Koffmann at the stove and Simon Hopkinson at the table, it was always going to be a lunch to remember

    The Guardian
    86
  • "
    “Mm,” he said, the resentment at being the self-appointed victim of menu apartheid palpable in his tone, “that is good.”

    The Telegraph
    84
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    Whether cooking the elaborate structures of haute cuisine, or the rougher-hewn beauties of brasserie tradition, Koffmann is a cook to his fingertips.

    The Guardian
    85
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    Pierre Koffmann was a three-Michelin-starred master of French cuisine in London for more than 30 years

    The Independent
    89
  • "
    The windowless basement interior has been lightened up decoratively speaking

    The Standard
    85