May News


 

May is an oenophile’s dream, so why not toast the likes of London Wine Week with a jaw-dropping 27 litre bottle of Pago de los Capellanes Crianza 2012? Available exclusively at STK London, and among the largest of its kind in the world, this giant among vintages is the equivalent of 144 glasses or 36 bottles!

Below you will find details of what some of our clients are up to this month.

 For further information, please call us on 020 7734 7001 or e-mail news@joriwhitepr.co.uk

  • THICKET PRIORY: THE ULTIMATE HOUSE FOR HIRE

    Built by Edward Blore, most notable for his completion of John Nash’s design of Buckingham Palace, Grade II Victorian masterpiece Thicket Priory has been lovingly restored to create one of the UK’s finest private houses for hire. Until recently sealed off from the outside world and lived in by a silent order of nuns, today this secret oasis of tranquillity boasts 35 bedrooms, a ballroom capable of seating up to 250, beautifully landscaped gardens, a private lake and a boathouse. Creating an unparalleled setting for weddings, private parties and corporate events, Thicket Priory has now officially launched.

  • SUGAR AND SPICE AND ALL THINGS NICE AT NOVIKOV

    Forget the diet on 25th May and instead embrace a true Italian speciality as Novikov’s pastry masterclass answers the prayers of those with a sweet tooth by spotlighting classics such as Tiramisu, Panna cotta, Lemon tart and Doughnuts. Then on 22ndJune the spotlight falls on one of the world’s rarest and most valuable ingredients in the Summer Truffle Masterclass. These little balls of decadence take centre stage in incarnations such as Fresh tagliatelle with truffle and ricotta & truffle ravioli.

  • NEW THE HALAL GUYS SITE TO OPEN IN EARL’S COURT

    Since the Grand Launch on 30March, which saw queues of devotees snake down Irving Street and into Leicester Square, new kid on the block The Halal Guys has continued to exceed all expectations. Each day over 1,000 of the brand’s famous platters alone are sold, with people travelling to the restaurant from as far away as Southampton, Leeds and Glasgow just to feast on NYC’s finest street food. Now however another corner of London is set to experience The Halal Guys mania with a 48-seater site all set to launch in Earl’s Court Road in July.

  • SHOLA OPENS ITS DOORS

    Following the rapturous response that greeted her Gourmet Karachi Supper Club, chef Aida Khan has opened her first restaurant, Shola, in White City Place. This exceptional but fast casual South Asian culinary experience combines high quality ingredients and innovative cooking techniques. Here you will find fresh and flavourful food the way it has traditionally been enjoyed for generations in the households of Karachi, and all representing amazing value for money.

  • CURTAIN’S UP ON FARZI CAFE’S NEW THEATRE MENU

    London dining sensation Farzi Café is raising the curtain on a sensational new pre-theatre menu. Sure to sate the appetite of food-loving theatregoers from far and wide, and available from 12pm until 6.30pm Monday to Friday, the menu represents excellent value. Two courses are just £20 per head or three at £25, all of which feature the restaurant’s signature fusing of the traditional with the futuristic, be it Grainy mustard salmon tikka with Kasundi mint cream, Herb crusted paneer tikka or Rasmalai marshmallow.

  • USHER IN SPRING WITH LITTLE MOONS

    Move over cupcakes and eclairs. Little Moons, colourful, bite-sized, moreish mochis filled with artisan gelato ice-cream, are now the next big thing in desserts. So much so, that one is eaten every three seconds! Now anyone who has not yet succumbed to their myriad charms is in luck. For over the next few months Little Moons pop ups will be appearing all over the capital. First up it’s Westfield London in Shepherds Bush, where you’ll be able to get your hands on these decadent treats from now until the end of October. Keep your eyes peeled for more to appear throughout the summer.

  • MAKE A SPLASH AT LINCOLN PLAZA LONDON

    Not content with being regarded as a pinnacle of comfort and style – not to mention the place to eat in Canary Wharf thanks to an F&B offering spearheaded by Mr Todiwala’s Kitchen – this summer sees Lincoln Plaza London add another string to its bow with the opening of its 24-hour fitness centre. The perfect place in which to get fit and unwind, here you will find state-of-the-art equipment, a swimming pool with whirlpool and a sauna and steam room,. All this and a host of classes available in the studio.

  • SAY ‘I DO’ TO ROMULO CAFE

    If you fancy tying the knot in a gorgeous Georgian townhouse that offers an array of dishes unlike any seen in London before and with interiors that evoke a stylish Filipino family home, then Romulo Cafe has it covered. In September 2018 this much acclaimed eatery became the very first Filipino restaurant in the UK to be granted a licence for civil marriages and civil partnerships. Choose to hold your nuptials in one of their four private dining areas, or hire the whole place for the ultimate celebration!

  • ENJOY A SUNDAY FEAST AT FOOD STORE

    Located in Lincoln Plaza London, innovative food & drink offering Food Store has already proved to be a huge draw. Now with the launch of its new Feast offering it has confirmed its reputation as a true originator. Every Sunday from 12-3pm, guests can choose from a menu of superlative dishes – Roast Launceston lamb shoulder with mint sauce among them – all served at the table. When it comes to the starters and desserts meanwhile you can help yourself from the Food Store’s sibling, The Grocer, where a gorgeous array of colourful dishes, offering a true multi-sensory experience, entice and intrigue. And the most remarkable thing of all? The Food Store Feast is priced at just £25 per head.

  • SUNDAY BRUNCH AT HANKIES MARBLE ARCH

    The weekend starts here with Hankies Marble Arch’s new Sunday Brunch Menu. Pick and choose from a variety of different stations including The Street Egg Trolley, featuring the subcontinents’s most celebrated street egg dishes, and The Sunday Roast Station – India’s answer to the Great British roast. Finish off with Hankies Dessert Trolley, literally groaning with sweet treats like pistachio or cardamom-infused pastries created by Hankies in-house baker.

News