The restaurant is housed inside the luxury Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square, Aldgate and shares its name with her one Michelin star Paris eatery. Pic is currently the only female chef to hold three Michelin stars in France, for her eponymous restaurant in Valence. She also holds two stars for Anne-Sophie Pic in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Speaking to Eater, Pic said she felt it was "a real challenge for a French chef to open a restaurant in London," and that she would be combining her French culinary identity with English produce at the restaurant.
And what does the menu consist of exactly? Well, take a look at eight dishes from La Dame de Pic, London, below.
All images: La Dame de Pic
Scottish Scallop (left) and Cornish Crab (right)
Scottish Langoustine (left) and Brittany Pigeon (right)
Brixham Dover Sole (left) and The White Millefeuille (right)
Sencha Vacherin (left) and Beetroot and Bourbon Pointu Coffee (right)
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