L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon London Review

Monday, 24 August 2015

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon London Review

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon London Review


As part of our anniversary weekend away, I asked my husband if we could go out for a nice meal. As we were going to The 99 Club in the evening we opted for the lunch menu at L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon.

We were greeted and asked if we would like a drink before our meal in the roof garden. This was beautiful and a lovely use of a small space.

roof garden

We then went downstairs for our meal. We chose from the 3 course set menu with wine package. 

We were bought some fresh bread before being given a Parmesan flavoured amuse bouche.

amuse bouche

I chose the Languositine  ravioli to start. The flavours were beautiful.

langusostine ravioli

Next I chose the salmon. Here I was really impressed with the service. The waiter explained that the salmon is served pink and asked if I would like it like this or cooked through. I have eaten salmon cooked like this at The Fat Duck and whilst it tasted nice, I like it cooked through. They were happy to do this and it made the meal even more enjoyable. The main was accompanied by their signature mashed potato!

salmon and mash

For the dessert I chose the chocolate dome with cognac ice cream. It was nearly too pretty to eat! The dessert wine served with it was amazing.

chocolate dome with cognac ice cream

Lastly we had some little treats to end the meal.


I really couldn't fault anything about the meal. It tasted and looked beautiful. The wines complimented each course and the service was seamless. Definitely worth looking into for a special occasion.

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