Alain Ducasse extends partnership with The Dorchester for a further five years

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Alain Ducasse extends partnership with The Dorchester for a further five years

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Alain Ducasse has extended his partnership with London’s The Dorchester for another five years.

Launched in 2007, his eponymous restaurant at the five-star Park Lane hotel is one of nine restaurants in the UK to hold three Michelin stars. 

The restaurant’s flagship £285 tasting menu includes the likes of hand-dived scallop, citrus beurre blanc and Kristal caviar; and native lobster, artichoke, shiso and Périgord truffle. 

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester is led by chef patron Jean-Philippe Blondet and head chef Alberto Gobbo.

The hotel's owner The Dorchester Collection says the partnership will see ‘continued innovation and new menus that reflect the changing seasons and the latest culinary trends’.

Ducasse’s international portfolio of restaurants currently hold a total of 21 Michelin stars making him second only to the late Joël Robuchon, who currently has 31 Michelin stars to his name.

“The Dorchester is a place of historical significance and unmatched luxury,” Ducasse says. “It has been a privilege to share my culinary philosophy with its guests. I am excited to continue this journey and to bring new and inspiring dining experiences to London.”

The Dorchester general manager Luca Virgilio added: “Alain Ducasse’s presence at The Dorchester elevates our dining offerings to extraordinary heights. His unwavering commitment to excellence aligns perfectly with our dedication to providing guests with unforgettable experiences. We look forward to many more years of successful collaboration.”

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