Mimosa is bringing the French Riviera is to the famous London hotel in 2024
After Michel Roux Jr announced that Roux at The Landau, just one of the chef’s outlets at The Langham, was to close permanently (it has been shut since the pandemic), we’ve been wondering what would take the restaurant’s place. Now we know it’ll be the first international outpost of Mimosa, the Riviera-inspired restaurant from the Moma Group, who have form in London having just opened a branch of Café Lapérouse at the OWO.
The original Mimosa, located in the Hotel de La Marine in Paris, is headed up by chef Jean-François Piège and is a celebration of the flavours of the Mediterranean. The menu there includes dishes like ouefs mimosa, red tuna with a Mediterranean marinade, salad niçoise, grilled langoustines with sauce vierge, stuffed baked vegetables, veal chop with roast potatoes, and beignets with caramel. We don’t know what the London menu is looking like yet but we’d expect something very similar – watch this space for more.
Opens early 2024
1C Portland Pl, London W1B 1JA