The Dining Room
With a nostalgic British menu of modernised classics, The Dining Room serves everything from breakfast through to brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, and offers a dedicated a theatre menu.
Head Chef Arnaud Delannay’s signature dishes focus on bold flavours and fresh seasonal ingredients, and feature twists on the old classics such as Keen’s twice baked cheddar soufflé; Chicken Kiev and mash; Lobster Thermidor and Duck à l’orange. Desserts go retro with Black Forest gateaux; sherry trifle; and apple and rhubarb crumble.
Pull up a stool at VIVI Bar at the ultimate Instagrammable destination in London and enjoy old school bartending with a sophisticated and imaginative drinks and bites menu.
Creative cocktails are inspired by the music and history of the VIVI era, such as the Wild Honey on the Beach (Bulleit Rye whiskey, Pimento Dram, lemon thyme infused honey, lemon), a homage to The Beach Boys, and The Weeping Guitar (Gin Mare, Italicus Rosolio di Bergamotto, cucumber, elderflower, lime, tonic water).
The cocktails are perfectly paired to delicious bar bites include cauliflower cheese croquettes; coronation chicken beignets; fish finger sandwiches and VIVI wagon wheels.
Start the day with fresh juices, smoothies, power shakes and superfood shots; alongside freshly brewed coffee from the barista station and one of VIVI’s virtuous breakfast bowls.
The Liquid Lounge at the new Instagrammable Destination Restaurant in London transforms to a casual lunchtime spot and then an afternoon tea destination – with classic and fruit scones, finger sandwiches and Victoria sponge as well as 60s classics such as Battenberg and chocolate éclairs.
Come dusk, it’s all about cocktails and bar bites – nab a seat at one of VIVI’s signature pale pink booths whilst sipping on elegant drinks against a picture-perfect backdrop.
Designed by Gordon Young Architects Ltd, the carefully restored interior captures every essence of the era that saw one of London’s tallest skyscrapers built. A modern colourway is paired with art deco dog tooth patterning, with polished wooden panelling offset by original listed 1960s floor tiles along The Gallery and the Liquid Lounge. Soft gold finishes, optical art and upholstery in tones of rich teal blue and delicate blush pink bring texture and a pop of colour to the space.
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Where: Centre Point, 11 St Giles Square, London WC2H 8AP
More Details: vivirestaurant.co.uk