Pastry supremo Cedric Grolet opened his first permanent patisserie outside France in the early months of 2022 (you may remember his Harrods pop-up in 2019 if you can recall the days pre-pandemic); his beautiful creations - including realistic fruit desserts - will be very popular with the social media crowd. You're able to eat in or takeaway, and there's even a "kitchen theatre" table where you can watch the chefs at work.
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“OMG so good and so spectacular!” – Paris pâtissier par excellence Cédric Grolet opened his first permanent London showcase in this Knightsbridge 5-star in early 2022, and its ‘kitchen table’ is a place to ogle, then eat – “good-looking French chefs work in front of you” to create trompe-l’oeil fruit and flowers “made for Insta and for foodies”. “Loved my experience here, expensive but so worth it”. (The price shown is for the ‘Gouter’ 5-piece menu with tea, but the bookable counter described about is £135 per head; or take out from about £5 per item).
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Have you eaten at Cedric Grolet at The Berkeley?
Cedric Grolet at The Berkeley Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Pastries and desserts are excellent. Well balanced and look beautiful. Quite expensive though, and service is poor, with staff arrogant."
|Wine per bottle||£55.00|
The Berkeley, Wilton Place, London, SW1X 8RL
|Monday||10 am‑7 pm|
|Tuesday||10 am‑7 pm|
|Wednesday||10 am‑7 pm|
|Thursday||10 am‑7 pm|
|Friday||10 am‑7 pm|
|Saturday||10 am‑7 pm|
|Sunday||10 am‑7 pm|