Large frosted windows enclose a lavishly furnished space, creating intimacy for a world of luxury inside; white tablecloths, silver cutlery, rich timbers and a well-stocked bar are all redolent of a charming Parisian brasserie and perceptive waitstaff are attentive in fulfilling culinary desires.”

Stepping into Montrachet is like stepping into a Parisian bistro. From the red leather banquet that runs the length of the room, to the black marble comptoir (bar) – the preferred dining position for many diners to enable a view through to the kitchen - Montrachet oozes elegance and charm. Traditional overtones and design are accompanied by Laguiole cutlery, monogrammed crockery and glassware and a well stocked bar. Dutch craftsman Fred Deker constructed the timber work with 100 year old timber, whilst the rest of the restaurant was created by Thierry Galichet. French antiques, metal pastis signs and gilt framed mirrors create an ambience perfectly complimentary to the French cuisine Montrachet is famous for.