The warm, friendly, informal style of the restaurant is reflective of Koffman’s new emphasis on cooking from the heart rather than to chase Michelin stars. And this is a man who certainly doesn’t need any more of those; Koffmann's first restaurant at the Berkeley, La Tante Claire, earned him 3 Michelin stars, dazzling critics and public alike over a 30 year period.
The food served is a seasonally inspired menu of French brasserie favourites with Koffmann's legendary signature dishes delivered with a surprisingly light touch. Dishes of souffléd skate with lobster sauce, hand-dived scallops with ink sauce and cauliflower purée and the famed pig's trotter stuffed with sweetbreads and morels all make an appearance on a menu designed to wow as well as satisfy.
With lunch, dinner, pre- and post-theatre supper, as well as private dining available, this is informal dining for serious foodies