Four Seasons Hotel London opens Michelin-starred destination restaurant

10 Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London. Redevelopment for hotel, residencies and apartments.

Four Seasons Hotel London has opened to La Dame de Pic London, the first UK outpost from three Michelin-starred French chef, Anne-Sophie Pic, with plans for it to become a destination restaurant.

Located within the restored grade II* listed hotel at Ten Trinity Square, La Dame de Pic London will be based on a similar concept to the original restaurant of the same name in Paris.

The menu will feature some of Pic’s classics, including the chef’s signature dish of berlingots.

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While the menu draws upon many of the fundamental techniques and flavours of French cuisine, Pic’s eye for a challenge sees dishes draw on influences from across the globe to create plates that are designed to “intrigue and excite the palate”.

Alongside the a la carte menu, a three course lunch menu priced at £39 per person and a five course tasting menu will also be available for £95 per person.

The 78 cover restaurant, which has been designed by Bruno Moinard of Paris-based architects 4BI, aims to offer a welcoming and luxurious environment sensitive to the space’s original, listed features.

La Dame de Pic London is accessible through the hotel’s central Rotunda Bar and will soon open a dedicated entrance from Seething Lane Gardens. A 14 seat private dining room will sit alongside the main restaurant.



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