THANK YOU FOR YOUR REQUEST
We will be in touch soon.
The maker of Artesian and more recently The Wigmore, The Langham London, is coming to announce its latest dining experience concept…The transformation of Roux at The Landau, a restaurant by Michel Roux Jr. This will be for sure a future restaurant trend in 2019!
The emerge of Roux at The Landau was led by David Collins Studio, an award-winning London-based interior architecture firm which designed the original high ceiling oval dining room ten years ago. A new dining concept informed the handsome redesign of Michael Roux Jr’s restaurant, which is located at The Langham hotel in Marylebone.
The centerpiece of the refreshed restaurant interiors is a striking timber and blue leather-clad bar, which commands the main dining room area. A pair of custom brass chandeliers hangs over oak tables, while aged metal accents recall the original design of the space. The entrance of the restaurant has been also revamped, featuring a leather reception desk, wine vault, and cheese display.
A pared-back menu devised by chef Nicolas Pasquier puts a refined spin on classic French cooking, which dishes including braised turbot with Chateau-Chalon sauce and native lobster ravioli, or artichokes à la Barigoule with bulgur and turmeric emulsion. The wine offering has been vastly extended to include 525 varieties – each one available by the glass.
To achieve a future restaurant trend in 2019, The Langham, London has become synonymous with pushing the boundaries of restaurant innovation (Artesian, The Wigmore). The new Roux at The Landau will reframe the ways in which today’s customers are able to experience the world of fine dining.
Is your first time that you’re reading Restaurant Interior Design blog?
Why not be weekly updates regarding the best dining/restaurants decor ideas. Subscribe our newsletter here.