It's all change once more at the May Fair Kitchen which is closing for a do-over of both the space and the menu. The restaurant at the May Fair hotel, which previously operated as a British grill, has gone all continental. They've brought in Amir Jati, the former head of private dining at Nobu to help switch it over to Mediterranean small plates.
Looks-wise, the space sounds like it'll be a lot airier with floor to ceilings windows replacing walls
Every season, The Berkeley's Prêt-à-Portea celebrates the most fashionable labels in cake. But for Spring, they've gone in a different direction. To commemorate the Queen's 90th birthday they're launching ‘Prêt-à-Portea – The Royal Collection’.
The special royal afternoon tea runs for the week of the Queen's actual birthday. They've chosen to create cakes and patisserie in the formof HRH's (and her family's) most memorable hats. So the set includes the Coronation
So this is a bit of fun. The Savoy has introduced a Temptation Wheel - a roulette game where the wheel decides what chocolates, desserts or cocktail you go for. It's to showcase the new evening menu at the hotel's Thames Foyer where they currently do afternoon tea.
The idea is that you call for the wheel, which rolled to the table on a trolley. It's then spun and depending on where it ends up you choose a dessert matched with a hand-made chocolate and
Artesian at The Langham has been named World's Best Bar three years in a row, so clearly they're doing something right when it comes to cocktails. But now this world class cocktail lounge has a bar food menu to match.
We reported recently on the arrival of the SNAX tapas menu, created by the hotel's Executive Chef Chris King, in
It's already one of the best bars in London (and currently top of the World's 50 Best Bars list) but now Artesian at The Langham looks like it now has a bar snack menu to match its creative cocktails. Launched this summer, the hotel's Executive Chef Chris King, in consultation with Michel Roux Jr, has brought out SNAX, a new tapas style menu at the hotel bar.
It's part of a much bigger deal with the Roux family across the hotel, but it was inspired by the
Having opened as 64 degrees last year, the restaurant space at the Artist Residence hotel has undergone a total change of look, menu and chef. The Cambridge Street Café inside the 10 bedroom hotel has brought in chef Radek Nitkowski, previously of Dean Street Townhouse to run the kitchen and there'll also be a flower stall inside run by Okishima & Simmonds.
Breakfasts sound good - everything from healthy Quinoa with peach, goji berries mint &
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