Restaurant Josette

Josette is a reference to the bohemian Paris of the 1920s. The interiors were done by the British artist and designer Luke Edward Hall who used to work with Burberry and Lanvin. The first room is all marshmallow pink, crystal chandeliers, and mirrored columns, and the second room is a classic elegant brasserie (and the one we choose the most).
Each table has a golden lamp with a “Press for champagne” button. As soon as you press it, the panel behind the bar lights up with the table’s number, so the drinks are brought in a record amount of time.
The kitchen is overseen by chef Burcu Cracknell who is also in charge of the opulent weekend brunches. There’s also a stage in one of the rooms, and it hosts shows that start after 8pm.