Hélène Darroze’s two Michelin starred restaurant at The Connaught in London is set to close its doors for a two-month, full refurbishment and modernisation.
Final service will be dinner on Sunday 14th July.
The multi award-winning restaurant, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, will not only undergo design alterations to the main dining room, but will also incorporate a new Chef’s Table and boast a dedicated Armagnac Room for pre and post dinner drinks and private events.
The re-opening, scheduled for mid-September 2019, will showcase a new menu, rooted in Hélène’s culinary style, with a larger focus on British producers and suppliers.
The refurbishment will be led by acclaimed French design house, Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’Intérieur. Pierre’s aesthetic focuses on bold re-imaginings of historic spaces, combining the contemporary with luxury materials. Ends
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About The Connaught In the heart of London’s Mayfair, The Connaught, part of Maybourne Hotel Group, blends contemporary style, classic English character and impeccable service to create the ultimate in sophistication. Rooms and suites to suit every mood, exquisite cuisine from Hélène Darroze and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the charm of The Connaught and Coburg Bars, and Europe’s first Aman Spa make this the perfect place to rest, relax and dine in style.
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