I admit I do it quite often: walking with my nose pointing the sky and trying to watch the hidden roof of all the buildings, spotting a chimney or two (or twenty, here in London :)). Here’s a little gem you can’t really notice from the street, but it’s definitely worth a visit.
A few weeks ago I was invited to the opening of the Le Méridien Piccadilly Summer Terrace.
I had already discovered this amazing terrace overviewing Piccadilly Circus a few months ago, with a taste of the beautiful and delicious Matisse Cut-Outs Afternoon Tea, and this time I was more than happy to come back. Being formerly a pool, it has inherited an amazing glass ceiling. Unfortunately the weather wasn’t great and the terrace had to stay closed, but it was still so charming.
It reminds of a charming beach retreat, with striped chairs and life rings. On a hot summer day like these it’s such a pleasure to lay on a chair and sip a chilled cocktail!
We had some amazing Moët & Chandon Ice Impérial, with fruits and mint, and some delicious tasters of Chef Michael Dutnall’s new summer bar menu.
There was also some great live music making the atmosphere even more glamorous. The singer was really good!
The Moët & Chandon Summer Terrace is open seven days a week from 12 noon to 10:30pm, until 31st August.