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Financial Times Champagne Laurent-Perrier Menus

1 June 2023

Enjoy this year’s Champagne Laurent-Perrier Menus with FT Weekend & Champagne Laurent-Perrier.

Every week throughout the year, FT Weekend delivers word-class writing on food and drink, highlighting fine wines, exciting recipes and intriguing dining experiences. This season, we’ve teamed up with 12 renowned restaurants to bring you an exclusive FT Weekend and Champagne Laurent-Perrier Menus. Each restaurant has created a bespoke menu including a glass of Champagne Laurent Perrier Cuvée Rosé. Founded in 1812, the family-owned House of Laurent-Perrier has been defined by its pioneering role in innovating champagne throughout its history, challenging conventional techniques, whilst honouring traditional values: a respect for nature and the terroir above all, a passion for quality, and strong, lasting relationships. The House’s long-term policy in grape growing and wine elaboration is based on sustainable methods.

The Connaught Grill

The Connaught offers a modern interpretation of a classic grill with an open kitchen, complete with wood-burning grill and rotisserie. It uses the finest British-sourced produce, from Cornish king prawns to Welsh lamb.

The Foyer & Reading Room at Claridge’s

Chefs Dmitri Magi and Thibault Hauchard bring their signature feel to all of Claridge’s menus with a focus on innovation and seasonality.


elivered by Michelin-starred duo Rohit Ghai and Abhishake Sangwan, Manthan serves home-style Indian cooking with flair..


Located on Langton Street in Chelsea, Myrtle Restaurant offers dishes that showcase the very best of Irish produce, culture and history.

The Collins Room at the Berkeley

The Spring Summer 2023 collection showcases seven couture cakes inspired by the world’s greatest fashion houses from Moschino to Hermès.

Kitchen W8

Kitchen W8 is notable as a genuinely relaxed and friendly Michelin star neighbourhood restaurant.Mark and his team cook modern British food with a French soul.

Ivy Asia

The Ivy Asia’s three London restaurants take diners on a journey through the senses. The food draws inspiration from cuisines spanning the continent of Asia, with a particular focus on Japan.


With stunning interiors inspired by a traditional Chinese courtyard house, Tattu offers indulgent dishes and dramatic desserts alongside fine wines and creative cocktails.

Nobu Portman Square

Nobu Portman Square serves Japanese-Peruvian fusion dishes that showcase exceptional ingredients.


Nestled inside London’s National Gallery, and set in the grand Neoclassical building, Ochre serves British fine dining with a side of fine art.

VyTA Covent Garden

VyTA’s head chef Filippo and his team aim to share a taste of authentic Italian culture through their dishes.


Part of London’s Southbank centre since 2007, Skylon is a notable D&D restaurant with fantastic views over the Thames from floor-to-ceiling windows

The Champagne Laurent-Perrier Menus are available from 1 June to 31 July 2023.