Four Seasons Park Lane has confirmed that it welcome a new restaurant by French chef Yannick Alléno next year.

The hotel retweeted an article by london.eater.com, along with the post “Something very exciting is coming…”.

The article states that the Michelin-starred chef will open a fine-dining restaurant within the Four Seasons Park Lane in summer 2023, offering “elegant, approachable dining from breakfast through to dinner”, with “contemporary and creative plates that will embody Alléno’s philosophy of Modern French cuisine”.

London.eater.com states that “It is expected that the chef will play the role of executive chef-patron, so don’t expect to find him foraging for woodruff in Hyde Park next autumn”.

Alléno heads up the three Michelin-starred Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris and Le 1947 in Courchevel, as well as other restaurants including Stay by Yannick Alléno in Dubai, and Yannick Alléno à l’Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo.

The food and beverage portfolio at the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane currently consists of signature Italian restaurant and bar Amaranto. It’s not clear if the Yannick Alléno restaurant will be housed with a new space or replace the hotel’s existing eatery.

For our recent round-up of new and forthcoming hotels in London, see:

New hotels in London

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