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MARCO PIERRE WHITE REVITALISES HISTORIC BRAND
Marco Pierre White is to revitalise one of the Capital’s most celebrated restaurant names by opening a new venue in the City of London. Wheeler’s Rib Room & Oyster Bar will open in Threadneedles Hotel, part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection of uniquely independent luxury hotels, this March.
The new menu, written entirely by Pierre White and executed by head chef Stephen Smith, is affordable and approachable with an average spend of £25-£30 per person.
DUB PLATES RESIDENCY AT BREAD STREET KITCHEN
Hotter than a scotch bonnet, Bread St Sessions continues its showcase of street food superstars by welcoming Dub Plates Kitchen, with their rocksteady repertoire of Caribbean dishes remixed with a London vibe, to Bread Street Kitchen every Thursday from 5-11pm throughout February in their street level bar.
The brainchild of two friends with Caribbean heritage and a shared London upbringing, Dub Plates Kitchen was inspired by memories of their Mum’s curry goat or rice and peas, fish and chips on a Friday
MATCHMAKING MIXOLOGY AT THE ALCHEMIST THIS VALENTINE’S DAY
This Valentine’s Day, spark a chemical reaction and create passion-fuelled love potions as you learn the art of mixology at London’s latest experiential cocktail bar, The Alchemist.
You and your date can shake, smoke and steam your way through a 90-minute masterclass of matchmaking mixology with leading bartenders on Saturday 14th February at 3pm. Priced at £30 per person, the group masterclass for up to 16 people, includes:
FRAISIER ST VALENTIN FROM PAUL
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the expert pâtissiers at PAUL, the fifth generation of family-run French artisan bakeries, pâtisseries and cafés, have created a deliciously loved-up Fraisier St Valentin. The ideal sharing size for two, the delectable heart-shaped treat combines light Genoese sponge, crème mousseline and fresh strawberries, topped with decadent pale pink marzipan, sure to leave you smitten and wanting more.
VIVEK SINGH RECEIVES HONORARY DEGREE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
On 21st January, renowned modern Indian chef Vivek Singh accepted an honorary degree from the University of Warwick, for his significant contribution to the culinary landscape of London and the development of Indian cuisine across the United Kingdom.
Celebrating its 50th year, the University is honouring those who drive change through independent thinking and exceptional professional achievement, and have decided to honour the Executive Chef of The Cinnamon Club, Cinnamon Kitchen and Cinnamon Soho
CELEBRATE VALENTINE’S DAY WITH THE GORDON RAMSAY GROUP
Twinned hearts are invited to spend Valentine’s Day loved up, and shacked up, in an intimate cabin for two at York & Albany’s Lovers’ Hideaway. Tucked away on the edge of Regent’s Park in a private garden behind the restaurant, lovers will enjoy a four-course seasonal menu with romantic cocktails, prepared by Head Chef Kim Woodward, at one of the most private tables for two London has to offer.
With tea lights twinkling throughout, a blanket of freshly strewn rose petals and warm, inviting interiors, couples are welcomed into a cosy and secluded wood cabin.
GLUTEN-FREE AFTERNOON TEA AT ST JAMES’S HOTEL AND CLUB
Michelin-starred chef William Drabble has recreated London’s most decadent Gluten-Free Afternoon Tea for the luxury 5-star property, St James’s Hotel and Club in Mayfair.
Throughout January, both coeliacs and the capital’s carb-conscious can delight in airy macaroons layered with fresh raspberries, delicate financiers embellished with seasonal berries and light chocolate mousse cake.
CHRISTMAS DINNER… IT’S THERE IN SPIRIT AT GRAND UNION!
Swig into Christmas this December with an unconventional twist on the traditional turkey dinner – sip on supper with all the trimmings and indulge in a three-course festive cocktail menu from popular London cocktail bar, Grand Union.
Available at all eight Grand Union sites from 1st to 31st December, the naughty but nice tipples are guaranteed to get the holiday season off to a jolly ol’ start. From refreshing cranberry and melon flavours, through to rich Bisto gravy aromas and sugary mince pie puds, this menu is a Claus for celebration!
MISTLETOE & PINE
The mixologists behind the renowned cocktails at Paramount – the bar and restaurant at the top of Centre Point – have created the perfect festive cocktail to enjoy sky-high during the most wonderful time of the year. The Mistletoe & Pine (£12) contains pine-infused Bombay Sapphire gin, mixed with a splash of Pimento dram, freshly squeezed lemon juice, cinnamon syrup and an egg white. Available throughout December, enjoy the perfect winter warmer watching London’s glistening Christmas lights below.
GRAHAM COPEMAN IS APPOINTED MANAGING DIRECTOR AT ST JAMES’S HOTEL & CLUB
St James’s Hotel & Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Graham Copeman as Managing Director of luxury five-star property, St James’s Hotel and Club, Park Place, London.
Having worked at some of the most respected properties and prestigious hotels in London, Copeman arrives at St James’s Hotel and Club with over 18 years of industry experience and expertise. His new role will see him drive forward staff training and development; placing the hotel at the forefront of the industry, cultivating both domestic and international relationships, providing exceptional guest service;