Located upstairs in the iconic Michelin building, with its stained-glass windows, bright interior and plush electric blue carpet, Claude Bosi at Bibendum has one of London’s most striking dining rooms. The restaurant is known for chef-patron Claude Bosi’s distinctive Lyonnaise cooking and precise presentation but equally its immaculate service which, combined, make for a dining experience like no other.
What makes the service at the restaurant so special is the close attention to detail. Bosi has purposefully limited the number of tables in the spacious dining room to allow staff to move freely around the floor without imposing on the guests. Moreover, the space allows for the restaurant to indulge its customers in the art of the traditional trolley service, with Sunday roasts carved theatrically at the table and an art deco ice cream trolley that glides majestically around the room.
Restaurant manager Enrico Molino runs the French restaurant with Italian flair and finesse having honed the skills he has learnt in Michelin-starred dining rooms, including the three-starred Gualtiero Marchesi in Italy, the two-starred Le Gavroche in London and one-starred restaurants Bistro Terrine and Restaurant Massimiliano in Germany.
Service is conducted under the watchful eyes of numerous silver Michelin men on perches dotted around the dining room, ensuring that it never misses a beat.