What is on offer: Koffmann’s has been my guilty pleasure for a few years now. I didn’t live in London at the height of Pierre Koffmann’s culinary reign, but if Koffmann’s at the Berkeley is anything to go by, I can easily understand what all the fuzz was about. In a year when London has been bombarded with openings of French bistros, brasseries and wine bars, Koffmann’s at the Berkeley is the yardstick by which others are measured against.
Total bill: £200 (including wine and service charge)
The food rating: 8.5/10
The service rating: 8.5/10
The overall rating: 8.5/10
(The overall rating is based on personal taste, opinion of the ambiance and price)