Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester


Awarded three Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester offers contemporary French cuisine, complemented with a highly professional, bespoke and friendly service orchestrated by Restaurant Director Christian Laval and his energetic team, for a new approach to fine dining.

Infusing Alain Ducasse's celebrated recipes with a modern and refined touch, Executive Chef Jocelyn Herland uses seasonal produce from French and British suppliers to release tantalising flavours in each meal. From the Fillet of Angus Beef and Seared Foie Gras Rossini to Seasonal Vegetables in a Cocotte, every signature dish is enhanced by the use of the finest ingredients.

As elegant and sophisticated as its luxury hotel setting, the dining room of Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester features a bright, warm decor of tan and cream leather and light oak panelling to inspire a relaxing ambience. Private dining is also available with three room options including the stunning Table Lumière, Salon Park Lane and Salon Privé.

Please note, all guests are respectfully asked to observe The Dorchester's 'smart casual' dress code, by refraining from wearing baseball or beanie caps, ripped jeans, sportswear (including flip-flops) and shorts while visiting the restaurants and bars.

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Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester

53 Park Lane
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4.0 out of 5 based on 61 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester

5.0 out of 5 9 October 2016
by Elle A.

Did not disappoint. Came here a couple weeks ago when we were in London and found it to be delicious and a great value for a 3 Michelin restaurant, especially compared to those in NYC. We got the tasting menu and we shared a wine pairing (I wish restaurants in NYC let you do this, I can never drink a full glass for each course!) We received:

- Crab from Dorset with caviar (and tempura),...more

4.0 out of 5 8 October 2016
by Marilyn T.

We came here for lunch with a £60 lunch special in mind (3 courses, 2 glasses of wine, coffee, water), but upon seeing the tasting menu, we decided that would be a much better experience. It was empty when we arrived at noon, but it quickly filled up completely.

The decor is simple but elegant. With the plates, napkins, and glasses, there was also a light pink theme, which I wasn't...more

5.0 out of 5 1 August 2016
by A C.

Everything I expect from 3 Michelin star and did not disappoint me. I had 3 course tasting course for lunch. I have been to handful of Michelin-star restaurants. Their courses had excellent combination of taste and presentation. I sometimes think some 3 Michelin star restaurants gets too carried away with fancy ingredients and in presentation and seems to have lost more global picture as a...more

5.0 out of 5 17 February 2016
by Demetria T.

The service was beyond excellent! The best service I've received in a restaurant. The staff were very friendly, polite and knowledgeable when it came to any questions we had with regards to the menu. I arrived straight from the station and had my suitcase with me. They kindly put my suitcase away and charged my mobile phone.

The food was excellent. We went to Alain Ducasse for lunch. I have...more

3.0 out of 5 29 January 2016
by Tori U.

An important lesson has been learned through this mildly disappointing experience: in a 3 Michelin Star restaurant, ALWAYS go for the tasting menu, no matter how expensive. No exceptions.

My friends and I went out for our friend's birthday lunch. He is a true connoisseur of Michelin masterpieces, racking up 10 stars in his birthday week alone... He entreated us to try the 7-course black...more

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