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Le Comptoir Robuchon Mayfair launches new spring menu

Le Comptoir Robuchon is stepping into warmer days with its Spring Set Lunch Menu filled with delicious dishes.

Available from Monday to Saturday from 12:00pm to 14:30pm for £45pp, the new seasonal menu is perfect for a luxurious lunch in the heart of Mayfair.

Featuring a choice of three starters, mains and desserts , the menu salutes the change of season with refreshing new creations and vibrant flavours. A star ingredient of Spring, the Green Asparagus, crispy egg and hollandaise starter celebrates the very best produce of the season , while the Salmon Tartare, picked cucumber and Wild rocket, parmesan salad, balsamic reduction provide refreshing options to welcome the rising temperatures.

For mains, the Aubergine Tortellini, sage and smoked ricotta is a perfect vegetarian option, with Cod, lemon, and dill cream, mild garlic broth and an Hereford onglet steak, violet artichokes, jus, as fish and meat alternatives.

To finish off the meal, sweet tooths will be able to indulge in Le Chocolate sensation or L’Exotique, while cheese lovers can opt for a delicious cow’s milk blue cheese, La Roche Montagne, with honey and toasted baguette.

Located on Clarges Street, just a stone’s throw away from Green Park Station, Le Comptoir Robuchon is looking forward to welcoming guests around its 20-seat marble counter and lush sofas for a spring gastronomical experience like no other.

About the restaurant

Robuchon London, part of Robuchon International, is led by a team of experts many of whom worked alongside Joël Robuchon for decades. With Le Comptoir, the team are embracing Joël Robuchon’s desire to open an accessible and intimate restaurant in Mayfair, one that is also in line with his much lauded philosophy of contemporary, convivial dining. Opened in 2019, Le Comptoir Robuchon also sports Le Deli, for a more casual Robuchon offering. In 2023, Robuchon International will be opening Le Deli Robuchon on the King’s Road in Chelsea.

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