Koffmann at the Berkeley: The legend returns

Koffmann at the Berkeley: The legend returns

Following the success of his pop-up restaurant at Selfridges last year, Pierre Koffmann is back – to the delight of London’s foodies – with a new restaurant in Knightsbridge.

The legendary French chef will be returning to The Berkeley, previously home to his internationally acclaimed La Tante Claire restaurant, which closed in 2003, with his new venture Koffmann’s. His restaurant will be replacing Gordon Ramsay’s Boxwood Cafe, and joining Marcus Wareing at the luxurious 5-star hotel.

The restaurant will offer are more relaxed menu of the French haute cuisine Koffmann is renowned for – highlights include the grilled Scottish lobster with Bearnaise sauce, roasted rabbit with Dijon mustard, and his signature pig’s trotter stuffed with sweetbreads and morels.

“We are very pleased and excited to be part of Pierre Koffmann’s return to the London gourmet scene,” commented Klaus Kabelitz, General Manager of The Berkeley. “Pierre’s signature dishes are as good as ever and the menu definitely has a couple of culinary surprises in store.”

Koffmann’s opens at the Berkeley hotel, London, on 15th July.

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