Wolfgang Puck and Alain Ducasse reunite in London

World-famous chefs to host one-off dinner at Cut at 45 Park Lane

Alain Ducasse and Wolfgang Puck trying the dish in the kitchen at The Dorchester.
Alain Ducasse and Wolfgang Puck trying the dish in the kitchen at The Dorchester.

World-renowned chefs Wolfgang Puck and Alain Ducasse will join forces once again to host an exclusive dinner showcasing the best in contemporary American and French cuisine.

This one-off dinner will be hosted at Cut at 45 Park Lane on Friday, June 27, and follows the success of their first venture together in 2013.

Puck and Ducasse will create a five-course menu showcasing signature dishes from the menus of their London restaurants, Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, and Cut at 45 Park Lane.

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A champagne reception in the lobby at 45 Park Lane will begin proceedings at 7pm, with guests invited to sit down at 8pm. Tickets will be priced at £350 (US $588) excluding service charge.

Cut at 45 Park Lane was Puck's first venture in Europe. He was recently in Dubai to celebrate the opening of his first Middle East venture, Cut at The Address Downtown Dubai.

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