The Cadogan unveils all-day neighbourhood café-restaurant

The LaLee, The Cadogan

The Cadogan has announced the launch of The LaLee, an all-day neighbourhood café-restaurant in the heart of Chelsea.

Curated by executive chef Chris Hill, formerly of Whatley Manor and The Ritz, the new all-day menu serves up familiar and favourite European dishes showcasing the highest-quality, ingredients sourced from London and across the UK.

Xavier Lablaude, general manager of The Cadogan, said The LaLee will “take guests on a culinary journey to the grand cities of Europe, inspired by the voyages of one of the hotel’s most legendary past residents, and Chelsea socialite, Lillie Langtry”.

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He commented: “The new café-restaurant marks a new era for The Cadogan, with Lillie’s love of entertaining at the forefront and dishes served in true sophisticated Cadogan style with a touch of tableside theatre.

“Lillie Langtry would entertain the brightest stars of society, including the Prince of Wales, at 21 Pont Street – her elegant townhouse that became part of The Cadogan. Now, The LaLee brings Langtry’s spirit back to life, paying homage to the cuisine she adored during her epic travels.”

The LaLee will include more than 80 wines on the menu and a new cocktail menu boasting a series of 15 signature creations, each inspired by a European city frequented by Langtry on adventures.

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