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CORD By Le Cordon Bleu

CORD by Le Cordon Bleu in London is not just any fine dining restaurant. This all-in-one concept integrates a café, a restaurant, and a cooking school where a team of expert chefs from Le Cordon Bleu offer gourmet short courses.

From seasonal à la carte menus to set lunch and dinner tasting menus, CORD's diners can savour delicious dishes like poached Cornish brill with coco beans, dill, mussels, and Champagne velouté, to the showstopping Highland venison with farci, beetroot, blackberries, and juniper. In addition to its scrumptious food offerings, the restaurant also boasts two private dining rooms, making it perfect for business meetings or social gatherings.

For a lighter meal option, CORD's Parisian-style café offers an array of culinary delights, homemade sandwiches, soups, and salads, including some of the best viennoiserie and pâtisserie in London.

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Cornish crab with squid, parsley and finger lime. Beautifully presented plate of food. Two chefs plating food in a kitchen.

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