French wine masters Taillevent to open restaurant in London

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Editor 1st July 2015
Taillevent Paris, owners of the iconic two-Michelin starred Le Taillevent restaurant, are set to bring their exceptional wine collection and knowledge across the channel with the opening of their new 70 cover wine and food matching brasserie, Les 110 de Taillevent, in London’s Cavendish Square. 02-Les110TailleventLondres-Façades-June 2015_2 low resJust like in Paris, Taillevent are promising a wine list of a hundred and ten wines by the glass (hence the name), all caringly curated over three years by the Cellar Director of Taillevent Paris, Pierre Bérot, from one of the most prestigious collections in the business. Taillevent, owned by the Gardinier family, say that Les 110 de Taillevent is “set to be a notable addition to the London gastronomy scene, bringing a relaxed style brasserie to Marylebone with a focus on the wine experience.” Guests will each be offered a selection of wines that have been specially matched with the diner’s choice of fish, meat, desserts or cheese dishes. The types of wines chosen by the Taillevant’s sommeliers, along with the selection of hot and cold drinks, will even change as the day progresses giving a unique new twist to the art of pairing. The food is just as delicately prepared, with contemporary and seasonal French dishes selected for cellier1their quality and seasonality by Executive Chef Director Alain Solivérès. Each dish has been designed to enhance the quality of the wines on offer. Giuseppe de Wilde, a veteran of the London restaurant scene, will head up operations as the brasserie’s general manager. The restaurant’s Gallic flair will be emphasised through its interior design by esteemed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, drawing as it does on the green of the vine, rich earth-tones and oak-barrelled wine casks to pay homage to the production of wine and the very concept of the brasserie. By Ryan Burrows

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 1st July 2015

French wine masters Taillevent to open restaurant in London