The restaurant of this beautiful Inn in the small village of Bray, has been holding 3 Michelin stars since 1985! This accolade is certainly well worth it. Classic French cooking to perfection! Full flavors stimulating your palate. Spectacular cart de fromage, with imported and local cheeses. The general manager Diego welcomes you and makes you feel at home. He makes it clear that your table belongs to you for the night, and he attends to every need of the guest. Alain Roux, the chef-patron, personally sees his guest out, and is looking for honest feedback. A relaxing night of culinary excellence.
3 Michelin stars
Strikingly different concept from The Fat Duck in Bray, but equally successful! This restaurant is located inside the Mandarin Oriental hotel in London. All courses are inspired from classic English recipes (in fact the menu provides the year of creation of the original recipe) with a final explosive twist! Deception and minimalism are central components of the presentations. Tastes are captivating... Almost every table tries the meat fruit, and the tipsy cake. For the latter, pineapple is cooked on a spit in a rotisserie, acquired exclusively for this desert! Some patrons travel across the world to taste the "tipsy cake", and their effort is rewarded with an explosive taste! Great front of house staff masterfully lead by Paul Downie.
1 Michelin star