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Hélène Darroze at the Connaught

   Hélène Darroze at the Connaught

For many years the restaurant at the Connaught has been one of London’s greatest gastronomic experiences. Now, Hélène Darroze, one of France’s most distinguished chefs, is at the helm of the Connaught’s kitchens and the Connaught’s love affair with gastronomy is entering a new, exciting phase. Hélène currently holds two Michelin stars at her restaurant ‘Hélène Darroze’ on the Left Bank in Paris. Hélène is inspired by authentic regional and seasonal flavours, with roots in her native Landes region of South West France. With cooking in her DNA, she worked as Alain Ducasse’s right hand woman at the Louis XV restaurant in Monte Carlo and went on to win her first Michelin star in her own restaurant in 2001, followed by a second star in 2003. Hélène now oversees all cuisine at the Connaught, including the Gallery, private dining and, when it reopens, the legendary Connaught Grill. Pure luxury... at a cost: a meal for two with wine, water and service costs about £300.

Business detail

Carlos Place
44 (0)20 3147 7200
Closest tube
Bond Street
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday
Lunch 12:00pm – 2:30pm and Dinner 6:30pm – 10:30pm.

Saturday and Sunday CLOSED
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15/10/2008 - s.pollock-hill said : mark * * * * *

lunch at the Connaught is much cheaper 3 courses are £39 inc vat plus 121/2% service charge, say £65 a head inc wine


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