Make the most of summer with our guide to best summer dining experience in the UK.
Events in the Sky
Once in a lifetime fun for novelty hunters and thrill seeking gourmets.
If you’re a thrill seeking foodie then this exhilarating, once in a lifetime experience should be high on your bucket list. Diners are hoisted 200ft above Chelsea Harbour, where they are treated to a Michelin starred feast and feted like superstars. Do watch the video – it’s quite something!
More info: http://www.eventsinthesky.co.uk/
Aizle, tucked away on Edinburgh’s South Side has been receiving rave reviews since opening last year. Each month the restaurant produces a Harvest list of ingredients from which they create a set 5-course tasting menu to reflect the very best seasonal produce available. They also offer a Paired Drinks option. Expect fresh and seasonal treated with imagination and great skill.
More info: http://aizle.co.uk/
Beautiful manor house with incredible dining and outstanding gardens
Gravetye Manor is the former home of William Robinson, the famed gardener and botanist. Today Gravetye is a luxury hotel but without a doubt the biggest attraction is the mature, charming and very beautiful gardens. During the summer months the one acre walled garden provides the restaurant with 95% of all fruit and vegetables. There are several sumptuous dining and afternoon tea options all of which would keep us blissfully happy.
More info: http://www.gravetyemanor.co.uk/
Battle Proms – Classical Concert and Picnic
Picnic on the lawns of Highclere Castle, better known as the fictional Downtown Abbey, whilst enjoying a spectacular evening’s entertainment that includes an orchestral performance deploying 200 replica Napoleonic cannons in a recital of Beethoven’s ‘Battle Symphony.’ An altogether eccentric and thoroughly British summer experience.
Battle Proms at Highclere Castle, Sat 1st August and Ragley Hall, Sat 25th Aug.
More info: http://www.battleproms.com/
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