Three Course Lunch With Wine And Bubbles At Seven Park Place

Three Course Lunch with Wine and Bubbles at Seven Park Place
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Just a year after opening its doors, Seven Park Place at the St James Hotel in Mayfair was awarded a Michelin Star & 4 AA Rosettes, firmly solidifying its place as a favourite of fine dining lovers. With just nine tables, the restaurant offers an intimate setting that’s perfect for a special lunch for two. You’ll dine on a seasonally changing set menu, designed to showcase Executive Chef William Drabble’s unique style. Your meal will be accompanied by a specially selected wine pairing, as well as a glass of bubbles to toast the occasion. To complete your dining experience, you’ll be served a selection of absolutely simply delicious petit fours & tea or coffee.
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