Barrafina

Barrafina is an authentic Spanish tapas bar owned and operated by restaurateurs Sam & Eddie Hart.

There are three Barrafinas in London; the original site is on Soho’s Dean Street, the other two are on Adelaide Street and Drury Lane in Covent Garden. Each restaurant has an open kitchen, a beautiful marble-topped bar where guests can sit and watch the chefs at work and stylish red leather stools. The a la carte menus comprise authentic regional dishes from around Spain and there is also a daily changing specials menu unique to each restaurant. The succinct wine list features the finest Spanish sherries, Cavas and wines.

We take bookings for groups of 8 to 32 in our private dining space at Adelaide Street and 8 to 28 people at Drury Lane.

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Quo Vadis

Beyond the great edifice of Quo Vadis is a historic Soho restaurant and members’ club with a colourful past and a timeless allure.

Formerly a brothel and a home to Karl Marx, the Great Dame of Dean Street continues to draw an eclectic and epicurean crowd, attracted to the good things in life. The restaurants serve seasonal, regional British fare, with a menu conjured up daily by Jeremy Lee and his team.

An exuberant private members’ club, with two bars and its own restaurant, meets every requirement from dusk until dawn. Quo Vadis also boasts two handsome private dining rooms, both beautifully appointed and very well attended to.

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Hambleton Hall

Hambleton Hall is one of Britain’s finest country house hotels, recently voted Pride of Britain’s Hotel of the Year 2016. This Victorian house has been elegantly converted into a prestigious hotel and is hidden away in the heart of the Midlands, in the county of Rutland. England’s smallest county is also home to the largest artificial lake in Europe. A geographical detail which further enhances the seductive powers of this hotel which is perched on a hill overlooking the water, the lakeside setting and stunning garden are spectacular.

Owners, Tim & Stefa Hart have acquired a loyal following for over 30 years, thanks to a number of special qualities. There is a calm and confident atmosphere created by a team of experienced staff, who are genuinely pleased to see you.

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Hambleton Bakery

In September 2008, Julian Carter and Tim Hart opened Hambleton Bakery to produce top quality traditionally made bread for Hambleton Hall and Hart’s Nottingham. In addition to a growing list of wholesale customers (pubs, restaurants, delis, etc) the bakery now has retail outlets in Exton, Oakham, Market Harborough, West Bridgford, Stamford and Oundle.

Hambleton Bakery has grown to supply six Hambleton Bakery shops, Hambleton Hall, The George at Stamford, many farm shops, delis and cafes across the surrounding counties as well as restaurants, gastro pubs and a local school. We continue to build our network of wholesale customers and to spread the word of traditional artisan bread and cake making.

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