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February 19, 2024

Pavyllon Hosts Domaine Prieuré-Roch for One-off Wine Dinner 

Only 20 tickets for the one-off dinner are available.

By Kim Ayling

Hot on the heels of being awarded its first Michelin star, Pavyllon – Yannick Alléno’s first London restaurant, located inside the Four Seasons Park Lane hotel – has announced that next month it will play host to a one-off dinner showcasing the prestigious wines of Domaine Prieuré-Roch on March 12.

Hosted by chef Alléno alongside Prieuré Roch’s revered winemaker since 2010, Yannick Champ, the evening will be a celebration of the French winery’s finest vintages, each ingeniously paired with one of Pavyllon’s exquisite dishes. 

Specially chosen and crafted by Alléno and Champ, the six-course menu will be an expression of the chef’s celebrated culinary art, known for its contemporary takes on traditional French cookery. Dishes are set to include wild seabass carpaccio, steamed comté cheese soufflé, confit cod in citrus oil and wagyu beef mille feuille.

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Yannick Alléno Domaine Prieuré-Roch
Chef Yannick Alléno will host winemaker Yannick Champ next month / ©Pavyllon London

This culinary art recently earned Pavyllon its first Michelin star in the 2024 Great Britain guide, having opened in July 2023. The accolade took Alléno’s Michelin-star count up to 16 across his 17 restaurants, including three stars at his Paris flagship.

To match the prestige of Alléno’s cuisine, Champ has selected a number of bottles from the Burgundy estate, known for its elegant, ripe wines – in particular, one of the world’s best pinot noirs. 

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Across its vineyards, the winery works to strict organic standards (fully biodynamic in some cases) and traditional cellar methods; as a result, Domaine Prieuré-Roch’s bottles are highly sought after, and Champ’s name is one of the most respected in the industry.

Descending on the swanky Mayfair restaurant for one night only, the evening will be a celebration of some of Europe’s finest food and wine. Tickets are priced at a cool £850 ($995) per person, with a total of just 20 slots available.

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