London’s Michelin-Rated Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester

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Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester

Larry Soldinger is a respected business consultant and accountant with more than two decades of experience leading L J Soldinger Associates. Larry Soldinger has a passion for fine dining and traveling and enjoys seeking out Michelin-rated restaurants in Europe. Boasting more than a dozen restaurants that have received Michelin stars, London is a fertile ground for the gastronomically inclined.

Two noted London establishments have achieved a perfect three-star rating: Gordon Ramsey’s flagship location and Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester. The latter restaurant features a restrained, traditional approach to fine dining. French favorites, from truffled chicken quenelles to foie gras, dominate the menu. A nod is made to British cuisine through menu items featuring premium local ingredients such as Denbighshire pork and Dorset crab.

A perennial favorite is the Cookpot, a trademarked pastry-enclosed casserole that features the season’s freshest ingredients. In the winter months, these might be apple, butternut squash, and Montgomery cheddar. In the summer comté cheese and greens such as asparagus predominate.


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