Paying homage to the late Chef Joël Robuchon is a theatrical 2-part French dining concept inspired by L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon: The Le Comptoir Robuchon restaurant and nearby delicatessen. Set in an effortlessly elegant space, peer into the mirrors above the striking marbled counter for a glimpse into the open kitchen.
The Le Comptoir Robuchon menu features a ‘Les Eternels’ selection of Monsieur Robuchon's favourite classic small plates contrasted against ‘La Saison’, a range of modern and seasonal dishes, curated by Executive Chef Jeremy Page, who spent over a decade alongside Robuchon. Dine on impressively plated delicacies to share, like Monsieur Robuchon’s halibut with hazelnut and oyster mushroom sauce or Page’s braised ox tail, seasoned with chestnut and truffle, before the soufflé dessert with hazelnut and honey.
Le Comptoir Robuchon in Mayfair exudes sophistication from its signature cocktails to the iconic counter dining. Across, the vibrant burnt orange-accented dining room is filled with desk-style lamps and gold finishings.
After dining at Le Comptoir, visit the park-side Le Deli to enjoy fine cheeses, breads and pastries with many chosen by Robuchon himself. Le Comptoir Robuchon in London is just a 1-minute walk from Green Park Station.
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- afternoon tea (1)
- breakfast (1)
- business (2)
- dinner (3)
- large parties (1)
- lunch (6)
- luxury (2)
- value (2)
9 March 2020
Delicious and aesthetic dinner
8 March 2020
Was a truly excellent meal enjoyed by all three of us. Both the food and services was excellent and would definitely go back as well recommend to friends and colleagues.
7 March 2020
Excellent in every way
4 March 2020
Myself and my party of 10 enjoyed the evening. The food, service and ambiance was very good, 2 things that was not quite so good: The tiniest fish portion I’ve ever seen; They did not provided the desert suflee, which was on the menu.
3 March 2020
We took advantage of the Bookatable dinner offer - 3 courses for £45 plus a cocktail and coffee - and it was great value and absolutely delicious. We were also given a generous bread basket and petits fours. I particularly enjoyed the halibut and chocolate and whisky souffle. The cocktail was unusual and tasty and the service was very friendly and efficient. It was quite empty on the evening we visited, making it slightly lacking in atmosphere, but this wasn't a problem and we enjoyed a long leisurely meal.. The cost of the wine was the only downside: we had a very average bottle of Bergerac, which at £47 was overpriced yet one of the cheapest bottles on the list.
29 February 2020
13 February 2020
Great venue and amazing food - quality, presentation and taste were all great. However, the menu is structured as sharing starters and sharing mains - but the portions are all incredibly small and not suitable for sharing (e.g. one scallop to share between three people as a "sharing" starter!). The design of the menu needs to be revisited as you will leave this place very, very hungry.
9 February 2020
Excellent in every way
28 January 2020
Excellent service & food. But don’t expect views or fine decor