Where: Bob Bob Cite
, Level 3, 122 Leadenhall St, London EC3V 4AB
If you're familiar with Bob Bob Ricard - famous for its 'press for champagne buttons' at each table and glamorous Orient Express-style look, you won't be all that surprised to hear its sister Bob Bob Cite cost around £25 million and took five years to create.
While Russian-inspired Ricard is in the heart of Soho, Bob Bob Cite, with its Gallic menu, is located on the third floor of the Cheesegrater, aka the Leadenhall building in the City. Like its luxe predecessor the champagne buttons are present, along with hidden cupboards where you can stow away your jacket, and of course haute cuisine this time from Michelin-starred chef Eric Chavot.