Pierre Koffmann’s informal Gascon brasserie offers a seasonally inspired menu of French favourites, including his legendary pig's trotter stuffed with sweetbreads and morels, and the likes of souffléd skate with lobster sauce, hand-dived scallops with ink sauce and cauliflower purée. With lunch, dinner, pre- and post-theatre supper, as well as private dining available, this is informal dining for serious foodies.

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Typical meal price: From £41.00 (USD50.10) per diner

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The Berkeley
Wilton Place
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4.0 out of 5 based on 19 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Koffmann's

5.0 out of 5 5 May 2016
by Jenny C.

great service. nice menu design. welcoming interior design and space. nice bathrooms. awesome taste.more

5.0 out of 5 11 March 2016
by Carolyn W.

This restaurant is a gem. I was staying at The Berkeley Hotel and enjoyed a wonderful dinner and breakfast here. The setting is pretty and serene, and service wonderful. Antonella was my darling server for a delicious breakfast and Matteo for an enjoyable dinner. I would highly recommend this find.more

4.0 out of 5 29 September 2015
by Adam D.

I've eaten here three times, most recently on Friday Sep 25th (before going to see Wales v England the following day at Twickenham). So we had a lads dinner to mull over the possible outcomes of the match whilst enjoying some very good food.

I've had the trotter here twice before and it is excellent but I didnt want to make it a hatrick so had a rib of beef, it was very good indeed but when I...more

5.0 out of 5 28 September 2015
by Lois E.

We went to koffmans at the Berkeley hotel to take advantage of their set price menu. We received a complimentary appetizer of an onion tart. Still warm and delicious. Next came a tray of 5 breads. Garlic brioche was best. For starters we had steak tartare and butternut squash soup. Main courses were kidneys and partridge. Partridge was the star. Perfectly cooked. Dessert was a plum tart with...more

4.0 out of 5 12 May 2014
by Kim N.

I never got to eat at La Tante Claire, Pierre Koffmann's legendary 3* Michelin restaurant. However Im glad that he still cooks, and it's the food he loves. There are some signature LTC dishes sprinkled throughout so you get a few examples of the Koffmann chef experience. Met up with a group of friends to just happen to all be in town at the same time. The space is quite large and just around...more

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