Standing majestically above London’s iconic Borough Market, Roast Restaurant uses the finest seasonal and quintessentially British ingredients to create classic dishes that both supports and celebrates Britain’s farmers and producers. Since opening in 2005, Roast has quickly become synonymous with British cuisine and is popular for breakfast meetings, weekend family lunches, pre-dinner cocktails and exceptional dinners. Simply put, Roast is truly a restaurant for all occasions. Alongside Roast’s acclaimed menu which boasts the best of British produce, sits a wine list with an incredible array of wines on offer. Executive Chef Paul Shearing has risen through the ranks at some of London’s most-loved neighbourhood restaurants. […]
Set in the heart of London’s City district, the AA Rosette award-winning Diciannove restaurant is located in Crowne Plaza London – The City hotel, situated opposite Blackfriars tube (Circle and District lines) and railway station (ThamesLink and Southeastern) and is an 8-minute walk from St Paul’s tube (Central line and night tube) or Southwark tube (Jubilee line and night tube). The restaurant is widely celebrated for its instinctively Italian food. Directed by Executive chef Alessando Bay, he takes great passion in creating memorable food that tastes vibrant and authentic including house-made pastas. The restaurant’s rich wood tones and vibrant accents […]
The award-winning Chinese Cricket Club Restaurant is located within the walls of Crowne Plaza London – The City Hotel, situated opposite Blackfriars tube (Circle and District lines) and railway station (ThamesLink and Southeastern) and is an 8-minute walk from St Paul’s tube (Central line and night tube) or Southwark tube (Jubilee line and night tube). Named in honour of the original Chinese National Cricket team, the Chinese Cricket Club offers contemporary oriental Sichuan, Dim Sum and Huaiyang specialties. This one Rosette award-winning restaurant provides a unique dining experience. Executive Chef Wang and his culinary team combine modern techniques and traditional […]
Officially opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth I in 1571, The Royal Exchange was the brainchild of renowned merchant Thomas Gresham. It soon became a centre for the capital’s commerce, bringing together both brokers and merchants. Trading continued for the next four centuries, despite being interrupted by fires, war and construction work, before coming to a halt in 1991. Then in 2001, an extensive redevelopment by architects Aukett Fitzroy Robinson transformed The Royal Exchange courtyard, reviving its trading legacy by giving it a new role housing the world’s most desired retailers and placing it, once again, in the thriving centre of […]
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