The iconic dining spot in London’s Mayfair Le Gavroche, which means “the urchin” in French, is a fine dining institution overseen by acclaimed chef Michel Roux Jr. It is a very French restaurant, with a French chef serving French food amid a French atmosphere to those who want precision Gallic indulgence or perhaps fancying that they are in Paris for a few hours.
Le Gavroche was opened in 1967 by Albert Roux (father) and Michel Roux (uncle). It was the first restaurant in Britain to receive a Michelin star and the first to be awarded three of the precious stars in the early Eighties. Many famous chefs have trained in its kitchens, including Gordon Ramsay and Marco Pierre White.
The restaurant has a whole menu of signature dishes of a complex, rich style that is not easy to find any more. If you feel like an artichoke mousse combined with sliced black truffle and filled with foie gras and a mousse of chicken, Le Gavroche should be on your “must dine” list. Eating here is dining, not just eating. According to a report in The Telegraph, dining at Le Gavroche is a rite of passage for …