5 things to do at Quaglino’s in London’s Mayfair #London #Mayfair
Quaglino’s is one of London’s hot spots, with a gorgeous island bar and a menu designed by Executive Head Chef Nuno Goncalves, it’s not one to be missed.
The menu boasts a range of European classics with a hint of Middle Eastern spicing, whilst also using the highest quality British ingredients.
5 reasons you have to visit Quaglino’s.
The menu has been carefully created which means choosing your meal is a difficult task in itself. I was stuck for choice, everything sounded delicious. After much deliberation, I went for the Isle of white heritage tomato, burrata cream, compressed Charentais melon and garlic flowers which both I and my friend can recommend. The tomatoes were delicate and complimented the burrata cream well. I was stuck on what I should order for my main, with choices like the slow-cooked pork belly or the pan-fried Loch Duarte salmon, it was hard to make my decision. Our waiter suggested the wild asparagus and broad bean linguine with a white asparagus and truffle cream and I couldn’t have been happier. The portions were so generous so we left with happy, full bellies.
Quaglino’s doesn’t only boast a delicious menu but a fantastic selection of entertainment as well. They are known for their Q brunches which happen quite often on a Sunday. We were invited to experience ‘A Night Of Prince’, a night to honour the legend that is Prince, Chris Royal took to the stage and put on a wonderful performance.
If dinner is not what you’re after, Quaglino’s has not one but two beautiful bar areas which makes it perfect for after work drinks or a night out on the weekend. They serve a variety of innovative drinks food that includes a range of delicious fusions and flavours.
The atmosphere at Quaglino’s is not one to be missed. Thanks to the excellent entertainment and drinks, the staff at Quaglino’s encourage you to get up and dance to the live singers and band, which makes your evening that bit more enjoyable. We had such a fun evening getting up and dancing to our favourite songs.
A meal out is not complete without ending with dessert and Quaglino’s dessert menu is hard to choose from. With options like peanut butter and banana chocolate tart, spiced orange crème brûlée, Valrhona 70% chocolate fondant with Bailey’s ice cream or the raspberry and hibiscus white chocolate parfait you’ll be struggling to decide. I opted for the Valrhona 70% chocolate fondant and it was just as decadent as its name suggests.