From the soufflés to the caviars, to the champagne butters, to the fromage, Le Gavroche is classic French formal at its best. The flavors—care of chef Michel Roux Jr. (who took over from his father in 1991)—are rich and intense, much like the lavish cellar-inspired room, which oozes old-world luxury and charm. Since opening in 1967, Le Gavroche has earned itself two Michelin-stars and paved the way for Mayfair’s place in the fine-dining landscape.

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