A selection of new restaurants in London
The Goring has found the perfect chef to create simple seafood dishes of understated brilliance, showcasing the best of Cornish produce. “Some of the best seafood in the world comes from the pristine waters around Cornwall” says CEO Jeremy Goring. “We’re looking forward to bringing this West Country treasure to London, with the help of Nathan Outlaw”.
Located in central London, Arboretum focuses on sustainable development, social wellbeing and environmental stewardship. The club is designed to foster the growth of ideas and collaboration and features two spacious main lounges, a work and play room, five meeting rooms and conference facilities, plus serviced offices and owned desks available for an additional fee.
If you’re looking for something a little quirky and memorable for your stay, venture to Bob Bob Cité, the follow-up to cult Soho restaurant Bob Bob Ricard, famed for its ‘press for champagne’ buttons on the tables and lavish interior. A glamorous, yet fun addition to a business trip, located at the Leadenhall Building.
Educate your delegates in the art of tea with the new Mariage Frères emporium in Covent Garden. Taking over a Georgian townhouse, guests will find the largest collection of tea in the world, as well as a shop, a tea museum and two private event spaces. The emporium can hold events for up to 50, with a private terrace and trade showroom.
World-famous Parisian restaurant Caviar Kaspia set up in London. The culinary landmark, praised for its signature caviar-topped baked potato, opened in chic Mayfair. Perfect for a luxurious dinner, the menu features classics, such as poached eggs with beluga caviar, as well as dishes created exclusively for the new London spot.