Our press office team have been on a roll this last fortnight, with coverage for our lovely clients popping up everywhere. From interviews with Galvin at Windows’ Head Chef Marc Hardiman, to shining the spotlight on the best places for al fresco dining, here’s our round up of coverage highlights over the last couple of weeks.
Delicious Magazine interviewed Galvin at Windows’ recently-appointed Head Chef Marc Hardiman finding out how his love of cooking began, which cookbook he’d take to a desert island and sneak insights into new dishes appearing on the Galvin at Windows menu over the coming months, including their English Strawberries, White Chocolate and Basil dessert to die for.
Big news for (and huge congratulations to) Restaurant Associates Venues Group as they secured a three-year catering contract with the Imperial War Museum in London. With the announcement featured in The Caterer, Company News HQ and Catering Today, group Chef Ian Human unveiled his plans for the Café menu, which will feature “seasonally changing sourdough pizzas, healthy salads and specialty sandwiches as well as classic British puddings and children’s meals”.
Everyone is still raving about new-kid-on-the-block The Salad Project, with Heart London Magazine’s review detailing the extensive and varied menu offering available, “which has been specially curated by chef and certified personal trainer, Clementine Haxby.” Hailed as “the perfect pit stop for a refuel”, with “healthy meals to enjoy any time of day”, The Salad Project truly is a welcome and wonderful addition to the London dining scene we know and love.
Wondering where to find an authentic Italian Pizza in the heart of London? The Gentleman’s Journal has “rounded up the best restaurants and takeaways bringing a slice of Italy’s cuisine and culture to London’s streets” featuring our very own Firezza. Telling the story of why Firezza’s founders decided to bring “authentic Italian pizza to the London masses” and showcasing their limited-edition pizza for the Euros, The Gentleman’s Journal has us all craving that “cheese-melting, mouth-watering” Firezza goodness, we know and love.
While indoor dining may now be fully open, al fresco dining is still very much a talked-about topic. Vanity Fair collated their list of top Picnic Hampers and BBQ Bundles, with The Bok Shop’s Super Saiyan Burger and Wings combo bolded, front and centre as one of the top “lockdown-friendly, outdoor feasts” to enjoy in the park or in your garden. We totally agree.
“[We’d] go back in a heartbeat”. On In London’s review of Heddon Yokocho describes how it’s “dreamy”, “immersive” dining experience, will “transport you to the noodle bars found in the alleyways of 70s Japan” and showcases everything from Heddon Yokocho’s interior design, well-stocked bar, delicious dishes and “faultless” service.
With the sun finally showing itself, our clients London Stock, Heddon Yokocho and Shoryu Ramen all featured in The Handbook’s Alfresco Dining: The Ultimate Guide To London’s Best Restaurants With Outdoor Space. Both Heddon Yokocho and Shoryu have the answer when it comes to those days when the sun isn’t shining so brightly and the London weather isn’t quite so warm with their sumptuous menus comprising “warming” and “comforting ramen bowls”. London Stock’s Sunday Roasts and “must-order” signature Sticky Toffee Pudding were highlighted as just a couple of the dishes to enjoy at London’s “ultimate courtyard dining experience”.
Here’s to the next couple of weeks and all the coverage this brings for our wonderful clients! Check back in to see what we’ve been busy working on and what our clients are up to in the next round up from Team Me:Mo’s Press Office.
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