The Coral Room in Bloomsbury Officially Opens

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The Coral Room, a highly anticipated grand salon bar located in the heart of Bloomsbury is now officially open. The bar has been designed to emulate an exquisite country house that has been transported into the centre of the city with secluded cigar terrace and stylish and inimitable cocktail list included.

This vibrant new bar has taken inspiration from the country meets city theme and has also evoked the collaborative Martin Brudnizki interior design. The bar can be found at the Bloomsbury hotel, which is in a Sir Edwin Lutyens, Grade II listed building located in Great Russell Street in London. The Coral Room has distinctive coral coloured walls and has five amazing and bespoke Murano glass chandeliers as well as a spectacular fused glass and marble topped bar that mirrors the building’s iconic heritage. Finishing off this amazing design, the British illustrator Luke Edward Hall has created 36 bespoke pieces of original art that sit on the coral walls and have been inspired by the ever changing Bloomsbury area.

In contrast to this bright and modern decor, the bar also features the traditional panelling, natural materials and roaring open that allows guests to feel like they are enjoying a relaxing country escape without having to leave the city. The Coral Bar also has a stylish and secluded cigar terrace that is adorned with a canopy of green foliage and filled with a range of different trees in order to create an ideal alfresco drinking spot.

The Coral Room will be overseen by Giovanni Spezziga, the new General Manager. In the past, Giovanni has worked at Scarfes Bar at the Rosewood in London. The Coral Bar offers a wide selection of sparkling wine while keeping an emphasis on local vineyards as well as a comprehensive selection of highball and spritz-style cocktails with names that reflect the culture of both the countryside and the city.

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Daisy Green Collection Opens two new Paddington Barges

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The award-winning restaurant group, Daisy Green Collection has announced that they are opening two dazzling new city barges. The Australian company have officially opened Darcie and May Green, two fun and bright locations situated directly outside of Paddington Station. The two new barges are located in an unparalleled West London water top setting on the Grand Union Canal in order to offer guests a unique dining experience.

The two enormous boats are eye-catching, with a bright geometric exterior which has been designed by Peter Blake, the legendary British pop artist. The restaurants will offer an all-day menu with the fresh Antipodean-inspired cuisine that this popular restaurant group has become well known for delivering. The restaurant will offer a range of Australian dinner favourites as well as a range of contemporary cocktails and natural New World wines and local craft beers, for guests to enjoy in this unique new space.

The founder of the Daisy Green Collection, Prue Freeman worked to oversee the menu served on these two new barges and the food is a reflection of her Australian attitude to food. Those visiting for Bunch will be able to enjoy a long and lazy meal with the menu including vegan coconut French toast, a fancy bacon roll or award winning banana bread sandwich as well as the typically popular smashed avo on charcoal sourdough served with house made labne.

The dishes served aboard Daisy and May Green are comforting and laid back while still being fresh and beautiful. The restaurant group offers indulgence with halloumi fries, stick beef short ribs, Szechuan soft shell crab and grant chicken parmigiana as well as lighter dishes such as the vegan celeriac steak and the seared sashimi grade tuna. Daisy Green is focused on delivering exciting one off local destinations that combine the laid back Australian food culture with art and design.

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Sutton & Sons Launch Battered Christmas Pudding

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Sutton & Sons have come up with this year’s latest innovation. Following on from last year’s creation of battered sprouts, the award-winning fish and chip chain has added battered Christmas puddings to their festive menu. Fish and chips chain is well known for delivering fresh fish that has been locally sourced. Sutton & Sons have three restaurants in this in this independent chain: Stoke Newington High Street, Essex Road and Graham Road. The family behind the restaurant chain also run a fishmonger that is located opposite the Stoke Newington restaurant that also provides the fish for the restaurants. The Husband and wife duo in charge, Danny and Hanna Sutton have been working to serve high quality deep fried fish from their own fishmongers for the past few years to great acclaim.

Whether you have been naughty or nice this Christmas, Sutton & Sons are encouraging you to indulge your sweet tooth by trying the battered Christmas pudding served with brandy cream. The fish and chips chain also suggest being indulgent while having one of your five a day with selection of a side order of battered sprouts, a menu item that is back by popular demand at the independent and family run London fish and chip business.

This latest wacky food innovation has followed other famous and popular battered dishes such as the battered Crème egg and mars bar. These products have become firm favourites with the Sutton & Sons customers and it is hoped that new seasonal additions to this range will be just as popular.

The battered sprouts and the newly released Christmas Pudding will be available from Monday the 11th December until Sunday the 31st while stock last. The family run fish and chip business recommend that those interested in trying this unique new delicacy grab them while stocks last and while they’re hot! Sutton & Sons is open Every day, Sunday to Friday 12:00pm -10:00pm, and on Saturdays from 12:00pm to 10:30pm.

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