London’s Berkeley Hotel is one of the traditional establishments that has been around for a long time. In fact, London’s hotels and restaurants almost have a religious significance when it comes to English way of living. Now, Pierre Koffman is all set to launch his new restaurant at the London’s Berkeley Hotel.
French chef Pierre Koffmann is synonymous with finest French food in the world for the past 35 years. Koffman would be embracing his classic, provincial, French culinary roots. Scallops with squid ink, Braised pig’s trotter with morels, and Pistachio soufflé with pistachio ice cream are some of the dishes that you could get to try.
His restaurant will occupy the space that is now occupied by Boxwood Cafe. Boxwood Cafe would close down by April last week. This could be a great opportunity for English people to get an authentic experience of the French Provencal cuisine which is hardly seen in French restaurants.
Provencal cuisine is hearty and far removed from the sophisticated art of haute-French cuisine. It would be a great way to experience the country life in France, and the way the food is consumed in the quaint little villages. So when the restaurant opens, work up an appetite and head straight towards Berkeley.