The two Michelin starred restaurant at The Connaught in London is to close for a top-to-tie two-month renovation project.
Hélène Darroze’s at The Connaught will undergo a complete ‘modernisation’ with final service on Sunday 14 July marking the start of the project.
The new-look restaurant, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, will reopen in September.
The main dining room will be updated as well as a new chef’s table introduced and a dedicated Armagnac Room for private events.
The reopening will also showcase a new menu with a larger focus on British producers and suppliers but still ‘rooted in Hélène’s culinary style’.
The refurbishment will be led by acclaimed French design house, Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’Intérieur.
Luxury five-star hotel The Connaught is part of the Maybourne Group.