A day at The Wolseley in London

New York has Balthazar, Paris has Brasserie Lipp, London has the Wolseley. Centrally located on Piccadilly, the Wolseley is a modern all-day cafe-brasserie in the European tradition, where grandees and grungers alike feel welcome. The building dates from 1921, when the Wolseley Car Company (which began life as the Wolseley Sheep Shearing Company) hired architect William Curtis Green to design a luxurious car showroom.

Above: Dinner in the Wolseley’s Private Dining Room.

Above: The Wolseley’s breakfast setting: Herbal Teapot; £77, silver Tea Strainer; £63, and linen napkins; set of six for £66.

Above: Dinner setting: Wine Glass; set of six for £84, Water Glass; set of six for £102, Salt and Pepper Cruets; £70.

Above: Afternoon tea at the Wolseley. A similar Octagonal Edwardian Teapot can be found in the online shop; £250, silver Tea Strainer; £63, Black and White Cake Stand and Cloche; £165. Floral design by Michelle McKenna.

Above: Breakfast at the Wolseley, by A. A. Gill, with photographs by David Loftus, offers a glimpse into the world of the Wolseley and includes recipes and reminiscences; £12.99. Canisters of the Wolseley’s English Breakfast Tea; £8.99, and Cafetiere and Filter Blend Coffee; £9.49.

via remodelista.com

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  1. london is very awesome place one of my dream city


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