London Restaurant Festival 2015 – a paradise for restaurant-lovers sponsored by Champagne Laurent-Perrier
Just a couple of weeks to go until London Restaurant Festival returns for 2015. As one of its sponsors, Champagne Laurent-Perrier is delighted to have the inside scoop and points out some of the best spots for making the most of this city-wide celebration of food and drink.
Champagne Laurent-Perrier Gourmet Odysseys
Following a sell-out initial launch we are delighted to announce the release of further tickets for the Champagne Laurent-Perrier Gourmet Odysseys which seek to introduce restaurant-lovers to three of London’s leading restaurants in either the North, East or West of the city along with four of our exceptional cuvées.
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Champagne Laurent-Perrier Festival Menus
In addition to the Gourmet Odysseys, we are delighted to have partnered with an exclusive collection of restaurants across the capital to offer a series of exceptionally good-value set menus accompanied by a glass of either our Brut NV or Cuvée Rosé champagne. Whether you prefer classic British fare, old London favourites or are in the mood to try something completely different, we’re sure to have a spot for you this October.
Laurent-Perrier Brut NV menus
The fresh, crisp flavours of our Brut NV are an exceptional match for a range of cuisines, many of which are covered in the fantastic collection of restaurants below:
- Almeida – A modern British restaurant in the heart of trendy Islington.
- Avenue – A St James stalwart serving American-inspired dishes.
- Blueprint Café – Casual dining and stunning views hidden in London’s Design Museum.
- Butlers Wharf Chop House – Hearty British dishes in Bermondsey just a stone’s throw from London Bridge.
- Coq D’Argent – Fine french food and equally fine rooftop views in Bank, the heart of the city.
- Koi Restaurant, Kensington – A Japanese restaurant serving incredible culinary creations in intimate and equally zen surroundings.
- Launceston Place – Michelin-starred dining with a cosy, local feel tucked away in Kensington.
- Le Pont de la Tour – An iconic riverside dining room near Tower Bridge which reopens in October following a full refurbishment.
- Orrery – At the heart of much-loved Marylebone, this restaurant is a hidden gem offering elegant french dishes.
- Quaglino’s – An iconic and recently refurbished Art-deco brasserie in Mayfair tucked away behind the bustle of Piccadilly.
- South place – British comfort food with a modern twist in Moorgate.
- Angler – Michelin-starred seafood and fantastic rooftop views whether from the restaurant’s floor to ceiling windows or retractible-roof terrace.
To book, call the restaurant quoting ‘London Restaurant Festival Menu’ or click here to book online
Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Menus
Enjoy the bright hue and fresh, red-berry flavours of our Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé along with a delicious set menu from a selection of fantastic prestige hotels and leading restaurants. Partners include:
- L’Escargot – London’s premier French restaurant at the heart of Soho and theatre district life for almost 200 years.
- Pont St at Belgraves – An elegant restaurant and well-kept, all-day dining secret in Belgravia, headed up by the Britain’s youngest female Executive Chef, Sophie Michell.
- Koffmann’s at The Berkeley – Informal dining, exquisite, seasonal food from Pierre Koffmann and a warm welcome await at the South-West France-inspired restaurant.
- Ametsa at The Halkin – Indulge in the earthy flavors and techniques of Spain’s Basque region as Halkin by COMO presents Ametsa with Arzak Instruction, a one Michelin Star restaurant near Hyde Park Corner
- Quality Chop House – Although much has evolved with the times at this wine bar, butcher and restaurant, this East London local favourite on Farringdon Road still displays many of the touches present around its original opening in 1869.
- Andaz London Liverpool Street – Just around the corner from the bustle of Liverpool Street, the Andaz hotel and its seven fantastic restaurants and bars are alway willing to welcome a weary traveller, commuter or worker – whether for a quick afterwork bite, business lunch or extravagant celebration. Choose from fine dining at 1901, complex Japanese cuisine at Miyako, traditional ‘pub grub’ at George, a casual nibble at Eastway or perhaps fun and fizz at Catch Champagne bar.
To book, call and quote ‘London Restaurant Festival Cuvée Rosé menu’. For further information on these and other participating venues, visit www.londonrestaurantfestival.com