The menu is available every day of the week for both lunch and dinner.
Hélène Darroze at The Connaught is elegance personified. Experience the finest in bespoke dining from the stunning Pierre Yovanovitch interiors to Hélène’s personally tailored menus, reflecting the best seasonal British produce with a creative French twist and shaped around you.
The Chef’s Table at Hélène Darroze at The Connaught is just the place you want to be for a ringside view of the skill and precision of their kitchen. Talk to the chefs as they cook and enjoy one-of-a-kind service while you witness superlative culinary creativity first-hand.
For a more personalised dining experience, embark on a journey of exploration of The Connaught wines at The Sommelier’s Table. Led by your private sommelier and accompanied by perfectly matched, Michelin-starred dishes, this is a truly bespoke dining experience.
Exceptional by any standard, Hélène Darroze at The Connaught in London is just 7 minutes’ walk from Bond Street Tube Station.
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- afternoon tea (11)
- al fresco (2)
- breakfast (3)
- business (31)
- child friendly (6)
- dinner (74)
- entertainment (6)
- large parties (4)
- lunch (73)
- luxury (78)
- private dining (26)
- romantic (59)
- trendy (10)
- value (17)
- views (3)
15 May 2013
Something of a disappointment - the quality of the food was patchy, there was an error on the bill, and the classic dining room and the excellent service didn't quite make up for the rest.
15 May 2013
26 April 2013
Lovely ambience for a special birthday lunch. Slightly over attentive waiters but overall very pleasant. Lots of lovely little extras.
19 April 2013
Fabulous, great service
19 April 2013
Just wonderful. Similar food to her place in Paris but every bit as good!
11 September 2012
We had a set menu which was excellent value. The service was first rate without being overbearing. A very pleasant experience.
17 May 2012
The fixed lunch menu is the best in London - I keep coming back!
30 April 2012
With all the new restaurants with exposed brickwork, hanging light bulbs and achingly cool crowd; it's important to visit the fine dining establishments which have lead the way for so long.Helene Darroze at the Connaught is a must, we dined on the lunch menu which was excellent value and it was remarkable.Delicious amuse bouche containing a chorizo foam geared us up for the knockout three courses to come.A big slab of foie gras with curiously original caramelised banana and ginger was excellent for a greedy guts like me.Pulling the richness back a little I opted for the mackerel with a mango salsa and the food lifted the dish beautifully, it was light and just what I needed after something so rich and decedent.Finally dessert – Champagne rhubarb crumble; thank god the chairs are sturdy and comfortable as I would have otherwise fell out of it, what a knockout!I would highly recommend visiting an absolute gem of a restaurant, it's faultless!
22 April 2012
Fantastic food, atmosphere and service. Wine overly pricey.
18 April 2012
Overall it was great! We had a signature menu once again. The reason that we didn't give them a five stars because the winter signature menu was far more outstanding. Anyway, the food was still great and the service was perfect!
A La Carte Menu from 5 courses at £120 per person
Weekday Lunch Formula at £65 per person
New! Lunching at The Chef's Table at £65 per person