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15 November 2007

Ducasse is disappointing

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester opened its doors this week and so far there has been nothing but bad, bad reviews.

On the positive side, if you're the type to ignore what you read, you'll have no problems getting a table, as it seems that everyone is cancelling at the moment, waiting to see if things improve.

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Yes we've cancelled our reservation in December and booked The Square instead. If I'm going to be spending £100+ a head I want an absolute cast-iron guarantee the food will be good. And The Square hasn't disappointed yet.

Ah well, at least that's £150 odd saved for me then! Seriously though, how disappointing. I had been hoping to hear that it's lovely. But nobody likes to feel ripped off and this seems to be a very real possibility here...

Although I did read a decent, although not resounding review from Richard Vines on Bloomberg: http://tinyurl.com/yqhl7t.

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