The jewel of the restaurant is the stunning ‘Table Lumière’, a private room surrounded by 4,500 shimmering fibre optics dropping dramatically from the ceiling and adorned with specially selected sets of Hermès china, Puiforcat silverware and Saint-Louis crystal.
Designed by Patrick Jouin (Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, Le Jules Verne in the Eiffel tower) the restaurant draws inspiration from British traditions, Hyde Park and even the cuisine of Alain Ducasse himself. Patrick Jouin has succeeded in merging tradition with modernity.
The dining room is contemporary, soft and elegant, showcasing the unadorned beauty of natural fabrics such as leather, wood and cotton to an amazing effect, in a palette of tan, cream and taupe. The design includes quirky elements such as walls studded with thousands of silk buttons in different shades of green.