Hélène Darroze at The Connaught to close for refurb

The Connaught Hotel’s two Michelin-starred restaurant is to close for two months from this July for an extensive refurbishment.

The venue, helmed by Hélène Darroze will serve its final guests on Sunday 14 July before closing for “full refurbishment and modernisation”.

The restaurant, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, is having its main dining room redesigned but will also add a new chef’s table and a dedicated Armagnac room for pre and post-dinner drinks and private events.

Led by French design house Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’Intérieur, the restaurant will reopen in mid-September with a new menu which has a larger focus on British producers and suppliers.

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