Friday, January 19, 2018

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

This was our unplanned stop in London - the only place we did not make a reservation out of all of our Michelin visits. I made a call just to check if we could reserve a table, thank goodness it was a weekday and it was not an issue over lunch. We were the first to arrive so we had the luxury to decide where to sit - in which I have opted for the bar seats, right in the middle where we had an unobstructed view of the kitchen crew.

Amuse Bouche

Cold Cuts served with Tomato Bread (£41)

Don't like the tomatoes, I thought plain bread is just nice..

Foie Gras with Hibiscus Juice (£29)

I came for this..... Lightly pan-fried which is just nice, served apple slices and hibiscus juice.

Scottish Lobster with vegetables (£51)

I'm so upset that they ran out of milk fed lamb!!! I opted for the lobster then. Lobster with vegetable ravioli. Very light dish and easy to consume.

Angus Rib Eye (£42)

Souffle (£17)

Order this when you're having your main course - it takes at least 30 minutes to whip this souffle as they prepare it from scratch. The has got to be my favourite for lunch! It's so soft and fluffy, almost going to be softer than mousse!!

Despite the fact that they have so many branches, people would say oh it's a chained fine dining restaurant. Whatever.... As long as we had enjoyed the food, why not?!

Likes: I'm so happy that this made it to our food list. Food seemed generally good, albeit some were just normal.
Dislikes: Prices were much higher than the rest of the one Michelin star places we had, and I thought it was their fame that made them mark up so high (almost comparable to some of the two Michelin stars)

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
13-15 West St,
London WC2H 9NE
United Kingdom
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