Central London’s new contemporary decorative interiors show staged as part of the London Design Festival 2016. Heralding a new, highly selective approach to luxury design events, Luxury Made takes place within a unique setting, some of which has been hidden from public view for over 20 years: Olympia’s Pillar Halls. That’s why today in Decor & Style we give you the Top 5 Places to Eat during Luxury Made trade-show, an amazing event that you cannot loose!
1.Texture, Portman Place
Icelandic cuisine doesn’t necessarily spring to mind when you think of high-end London dining experiences– or not until Agnar Sverrisson and Xavier Rousset, protégés of Raymond Blanc, set up Texture in 2007 and won a Michelin star in 2010. Searingly fresh ingredients, both British and Icelandic, with lots of fish and herbs, sit alongside a phenomenal wine list (Rousset is the sommelier). Lunch menus £19.90 for two courses and £24.90 for three. Tasting menus from £79 (per person, for the whole table).
Location: 34 Portman Street, London W1.
2. Galvin at Windows, Park Lane
Chef Patron Chris Galvin’s baby opened in 2006 on the 28th floor of the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane, with staggering views of Hyde Park and the capital. Its excellent modern French haute cuisine – gorgeously rich but with little nods to Asia and Britain – recently earned a Michelin star: altogether a very glamorous night out.
Location: Park Lane, W1, between Hyde Park and Mayfair. Classy.
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3. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
This light-filled restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental grabbed headlines for its reinterpreted historic British dishes, from 18th-century Salmagundy (chicken, salsify, marrow bone) to Taffety Tart (apple, rose, fennel and blackcurrant sorbet). Go: the food is delicious, the stories fascinating, the service charming – and the views over Hyde Park aren’t bad, either.
4.The Wolseley, Piccadilly
The Wolseley never lets you down; if you can get in, that is. It calls itself a café “in the Grand European tradition” and the glamour comes from the buzzing crowd and its setting in an Art Deco former car showroom. The food is perfect for hangover breakfasts, business lunches or taking your parents out. After all these years it still manages to be an event.
Location: 160 Piccadilly, W1, ideal for Mayfair and St James’s.
5. Wild Honey
A tiny restaurant just opposite St George’s Hanover Square that serves thoughtful seasonal food – try the delicious rabbit pork and apricot terrine – and it has a wine list so impressive you wonder where they keep it all.
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This are our suggestions for you to eat in the best way during this brilliant UK trade-show. Decor & Sytle give you the best news everyday, stay tuned for much more!