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Opened in the mid-1990s as private members club Monte’s, the kitchen was operated by a series of star chefs including multi-Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse, and in 2000 Jamie Oliver was appointed as chef-consultant, overseeing head chef Ben O’Donoghue.
In 2005, Gordon Ramsay Holdings approached Ian Pengelley, who opened Pengelley's on the site in 2005, which closed after a year. In 2007, GRH reopened the site as La Noisette, with chef patron Bjorn van der Horst in charge. Under his charge, the restaurant held a one star in the Michelin Guide.
After closing in March 2009 as a restaurant, in light of the loss of private-dining capacity while the Savoy Hotel was closed due to refurbishment, GRH proposed to refurbish the site as a private dining venue.
- "Full list of Michelin stars in Britain and Ireland". Telegraph.co.uk. 24 January 2008. Retrieved 2009-06-23.
- "Gordon Ramsay Holdings closes La Noisette restaurant". caterersearch.com. 5 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-02.
- Chrissy Iley (6 June 2007). "I felt I was going off my rocker". Evening Standard. Retrieved 2009-07-02.
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