PICCADILLY • LONDON
- No.94 HISTORY -
A historic grade 1 listed mansion building in central London that was most recently the site of the famous 'In and Out' club and whose past members have included British officer Laurence of Arabia, James Bond author Ian Fleming and poet Rudyard Kipling.
Looking over Green Park 'Cambridge House' was once the most glamorous address in London and may be so again in the future..
Breathing life into one of London's iconic buildings
The courtyard at Cambridge House, Piccadilly W1 has been empty for 15 years but it finally comes alive this winter 2015 and beyond with a British food and drink market in its courtyard space.
Come and enjoy historic surroundings that have never been open to the public , until now !
- AVBA CONCEPT -
A brand new food and drink garden will appear; offering a selection of quality British food:from street food chefs. UK sourced seafood and classic fish and chips, charcoal grilled meats, gourmet sandwiches, classic 'brunch' offers , foraged seasonal foods, juices and cakes to complement your high tea. Drinks too will celebrate British wines and beer, sparkling, gins, and cocktails and of course great tea and coffee .
A space to relax, enjoy good food and drink in a place of real British history.
Groups and bookings welcome.
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