For an afternoon tea out of the ordinary in London, you must try the Marie Antoinette menu at Pont St.
Launched in the Spring, this Afternoon Tea features an impressice selection of beautiful savoury and sweet food. I was invited for a review a few weeks ago and I was very impressed. Pont St afternoon tea ticked all the boxes for me: location, service, presentation, taste.
Pont St is a restaurant offering all day dining in the heart of Belgravia, a beautiful and elegant neighbourhood of London. The location will certainly appeal to tourists as Pont St is surrounded… Continue reading
Last month I had the chance to experience one of London’s most loved restaurants, Le Caprice in Piccadilly. Le Caprice is a modern European restaurant, famous for its celebrity clientele as much as its good food.
Le Caprice are currently offering a special dining deal to their guests who want to visit the extraordinary Ai Weiwei exhibition at the Royal Academy. For just £44, you can purchase the exhibition ticket and enjoy a two-course late lunch or early dinner, plus a welcome cocktail, the Weiwei Martini. Tickets for the exhibition cost £17.60 per person, so the dining offer… Continue reading
Hotel Cafe Royal on Regent Street is today a five star hotel nestled between the elegance of Mayfair and the creativity of Soho, but the history of the cafe dates back to 1863 when a French wine merchant called Daniel Nicholas Thévenon arrived in England to escape creditors in Paris. Within a couple of years he established the Café Royal which was set to become one of the places to see and be seen at in London.
By the end of the century it was renowned as a truly remarkable and original establishment with what was considered at one point… Continue reading