The Restaurant at Cafe de Paris
Following venue refurbishments, to celebrate the Olympic Games being held in London, Cafe de Paris is pleased to be able to offer this rare opportunity to enjoy this iconic venue in the manner it was originally designed for.
The glittering star of London’s Piccadilly, Cafe de Paris first opened her fabled doors in 1924 and ever since, it has been a symbol for indulgence, style and glamour. Cafe de Paris makes for a truly magical and memorable place to enjoy a superb dinner accompanied by top class pianist and singer. Now a Grade II listed building, Cafe de Paris has played host to a myriad of stars from Frank Sinatra, Noel Coward and Marlene Dietrich to Prince, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Blondie. The venue still maintains some if its original features from the breathtaking sweeping staircase to the stunning chandeliers.
The Restaurant at Cafe de Paris will be open Monday – Thursday from 24th July until 09th August 2012 inclusive. Dinner will be available to book from 17.00 onwards and will include pre theatre and set menus to complement the gourmet A la Carte selection. Dishes have a French theme and the menu features Fois Gras Terrine, Seared Tiger Prawns, Boneless Rib of Beef and Pan Roasted Gressingham Duck. Your sweet tooth won’t be disappointed with classics such as Crème Brule and Chocolate Brownie. Whether you are looking for a romantic meal for two, a quick bite before the theatre or you are a group of friends looking to celebrate being together then Cafe de Paris is the ideal choice. The cocktail lounge will also be open from 17.00 until late serving a delicious selection of cocktails and Champagnes with tables that are available to be booked. If you are a larger group then we are able to offer private spaces for more intimate receptions for up to 100 guests.
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