Dalloway Terrace to open in the book capital of the country this March.
Dalloway Terrace, opening 14 March, looks set to become central London’s best-kept secret. This delightful new dining spot at The Bloomsbury Hotel, will serve quintessential English dishes inspired by its literary-rich surroundings.
Named after one of Virginia Woolf’s many celebrated novels, Dalloway Terrace will open for breakfast, brunch and dinner seven days a week. It will also offer Afternoon Tea, with puds and pastries inspired by the Bloomsbury Set – an influential group of writers, philosophers and artists from the early 1900s.
With a retractable roof and hidden lower level, Dalloway Terrace will act as an alfresco hideaway in the spring and summer, and a secret garden in the colder months, with full outdoor heating.
At the helm will be Head Chef Paul O’Brien and restaurant manager Andrei Maxim, who brings with him more than 15 years’ experience including a stint Gordon Ramsay’s Maze.
Dalloway Terrace – Where and How?
Opens 14 March. For more information, or to make a reservation at Dalloway Terrace in Bloomsbury (London WC1B), visit www.dallowayterrace.com, e-mail [email protected]llowayterrace.com, or call 020 7347 1221.
Cuisine: Modern British
Head Chef: Paul O’Brien
Restaurant Manager: Andrei Maxim
Design: Alexander Waterworth Interiors
Hours of Operation: Breakfast: 7am – 11am Monday to Sunday
All Day Dining Menu: 12 noon – 10.30pm Monday to Sunday
Afternoon Tea: 12 noon – 6pm Monday to Sunday