Archive for the ‘Hotels, Restaurants & Bars’ Category

Farm Girl have just opened their first all day restaurant in Fulham, Chelsea. Smiths Retail Design Ltd were brought in to design and install the pink marble-topped coffee / cocktail bar in the entrance along with their till stations, back prep counters and the kitchen downstairs.

The coffee / cocktail bar has a unique patterned wooden frontage, pink marble top and a refrigerated glass display for cakes.

This new venture follows the success of Farm Girl’s first site in Notting Hill and the concession within the Sweaty Betty Carnaby flagship store. Farm Girl Chelsea is the largest of the three, seating up to 90 guests along with alfresco dining terrace. Unlike the other two Farm Girls, this new restaurant serves the group’s first dinner and superfood cocktail menu! → Read more

In common with many golf clubs that have been established for over 100 years, Hankley has a wealth of history and has developed as a course from humble beginnings. The course and surrounding land have grown from its early days as a nine hole course. Likewise the clubhouse has seen many changes to mirror the growth of the club. Throughout its history the club has attracted players of the highest calibre and the events staged at the club reflect this.

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A restaurant in the heart of London’s West End, the Mayfair Kitchen has a refined menu and sophisticated ambiance which compliments the elegance of their Mayfair location. Imagine a restaurant where the chefs have sourced every ingredient from the farmer, fisherman or grower who originally produced it. Even the salt. All part of the passion. Imagine a restaurant where every one of the staff can tell you about this provenance from first-hand experience. All part of the service. Imagine a restaurant with an open kitchen, where these ingredients are gathered at their freshest and transformed into meticulously simple dishes in front of you. All part of the spectacle. → Read more

The Cook and Fillet are something quite different to anything else around them. Not only do they sell local high quality meat, fruit and veg, wine and groceries – and lots more – they also have a fabulous restaurant with an exciting range of fine foods and drinks……..

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The Furnace Farm Shop (Bodnant Welsh Food) showcases the best artisan food that Wales has to offer. Nearly three quarters of what they sell in the shop is Welsh, with half from North Wales alone – including, of course, food produced on the Bodnant Estate, such as beef, cheese and honey. The shop includes a butchery section, dairy section and a bakery section.  Along with this it stocks an excellent range of local beers and wines.

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Our work at Booth’s involved designing, supplying and installing their new Tea Room.  This clean new cafe area included a back bar fitting, a serveover counter which incorporated drop-in units, a self-serve area with a refrigerated multideck, a coffee / tea counter and a till counter. → Read more

Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Golf and Country Club near Gloucester is set in the stunning Gloucestershire countryside high above the historic town of Tewkesbury. Tewkesbury Park Hotel is situated on the site of the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury and has panoramic views of the Abbey, Malvern Hills and Cotswold Hills attracting guests come from far and wide to enjoy our superb location, great hospitality, good food and 4 star accommodation. → Read more

Set on the north shore of Hayling Island overlooking Langstone harbour, this hotel is within 10 miles of Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. Within The Langstone Hotel is the Harbour Lights Restaurant, which serves a range of regional and international dishes along with an extensive wine list, in a formal setting with harbour views; open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. → Read more