Monday, 21, March 2016
5 Reasons to visit Dalloway Terrace this Spring
Set in the heart of the historical and vibrant area of Bloomsbury is London’s hottest new outdoor restaurant, Dalloway Terrace. With its official opening in March 2016, we reveal 5 reasons you need to be visiting The Bloomsbury’s newest venture this spring.
1. It works whatever the weather
The words ‘outdoor terrace’ don’t necessarily sound winter friendly. However, Dalloway Terrace works perfectly whatever the weather. With a fully retractable roof, heaters and blankets, the terrace acts as the perfect secluded garden in the winter months and in the summer months the glittering fairy lights, floral hedging and open air dining creates a light, elegant al-fresco atmosphere.
2. A hidden haven in central London
Dalloway Terrace is a two-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road, near the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street and Soho yet due to it’s position and attractive floral disguise, you’ll feel miles away from the Great Russell street traffic that’s just around the corner.
3. Quintessentially British surroundings
Bloomsbury is an area well known for being London’s literary heartland, influencing many writers across the centuries. Dalloway Terrace is named after the eponymous character created by Virginia Woolf, an author whose name will forever be associated with Bloomsbury, making it an elegant, poetic and quintessentially English space.
4. It’s the ultimate London brunch spot
Dalloway Terrace opens its doors at 7am meaning you can get down first thing to indulge in a delicious breakfast, or arrive later for a leisurely brunch on the weekend, served between 11am-4pm. You’re spoilt for choice with tempting options including Steak and eggs, homemade granola, Eggs Florentine and French toast. An all-day dining menu is also available all week, with a variety of seasonal delights on offer.
5. The creative cocktails are a must-try
With an interesting mix of crowd-pleasing classics and inventive new-age tipples, Dalloway Terrace has a cocktail to suit every taste. Expect creations such as Lavender Tom Collins (No.3 Gin, lavender, sugar, pressed-lemon, soda) and the Fizzy Rascal (Champagne, cucumber, gin, elderflower, lemon juice) which are sure to tantalise any tastebud.
As the days are getting longer and the sun is starting to shine through the clouds, it’s time to make Dalloway Terrace your go-to hangout spot this Spring.