Acclaimed for its high-end and formal French dining, two-Michelin-starred Le Gavroche is located within the heart of opulent Mayfair.
World-famous chef Michel Roux oversees the menus, which feature classic dishes from across The Channel put together with his precise touch and technique.
A shirt and jacket are required for lunch and dinner for gentlemen.
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Venue Details & Map
43 Upper Brook StreetMayfairLondonW1K 7QR
- +44 (0)20 7408 0881
I was heading towards west end in a taxi for dinner after 9:30 pm,when I spotted the name,I thought it was a basic high end French restaurant,stopped the taxi to find out if he accommodate us.
The service was excellent,I had the veal entree,followed by a cheese plate.
They have big selection of wines by the glass.
Truly one of my best experiences at a deservedly three (but only awarded two in recent times) star Michelin restaurant in London. Classical French cuisine at its best. We had the Tasting Menu and was truly delighted with every dish that was served up. Le Gavroche may have one of the best wine cellars in London with bottles ranging up to £20,000 but we can also have decent bottles of wines from...more
Been coming here many many times since 1982 and it hasn't changed much, thank god.
This is the restaurant that brought great French food to the UK for the first time.
Been to Ducasses 3 star Dorchester Disaster recently and le Gavroche is a much much better restaurant in every way.
The fresh graduates of catering college employed by the MICHELIN guide have no clue about food, if they did...more
Michelin Two-Starred, Le Gavroche, London. This was the first restaurant in London to be awarded a three michelin star in 1982. However when Michael Roux Jr took over his father Albert Rouz restaurant he had asked the Michelin to revaluate the restaurant and they had awarded him with the two michelin star. Regardless of the Michelin star system Le Gavroche has considtently placed in...more
Yet another incredible evening at Le Gavroche, the cooking was excellent and it is so rare in London to find classical French cooking of such fine quality. But this restaurant is so much more than just the food, from the lovely vintage decor to the formal, but charming services, this is a full package to a time machine that takes you back to the 80s for a slice of gastronomic experiences that...more