You’ve certainly seen The Dalloway Terrace’s beautiful Winter set up on your Insta-feed at one point or another this holiday season. Its beautiful crystallised white, pink, and silver flowers, cosy Foxford woollen blankets, and romantic candle-lit atmosphere have earned it the reputation of being one of London’s most Instagrammable Restaurants. Team Coco checks out The Dalloway Terrace, London’s most beautiful winter dining destination.
Located in the heart of the West End, The Dalloway Terrace is the perfect place for a festive treat this winter. Forget Winter Wonderland, Nikki Tibbles from Wild at Heart has transformed this lovely all weather terrace into a whimsical hideaway that features champagne coloured frosted foliage, whimsical natural lichen, and frosty white magnolia and eucalyptus. Transforming the Dalloway Terrace into a gastronomic winter wonderland that is as enchanting as it is festive. This holiday season, Chef Byron Moussouris adds new twists to his modern British menu and also borrows some alpine inspiration for its seasonal all-day dining menu. Including a choice of either Swiss Cheese Fondue or Truffle Cheese Fondue to share! You can bet we indulged in some Truffles, after all it’s the holidays.
If not in the mood for fondue, we recommend starting off with the tiger prawns in Harissa aioli, they are not just delicious, but also arrive in a very generous serving. For your main course, we recommend the 100% acorn fed Iberico Pork fillet, served with Hispi cabbage and tender stem broccoli for a truly festive meal. Finish off with some Dark chocolate fondant with roasted hazelnut ice cream, and wash it all down with a warming cocktail. This year, the Dalloway Terrace’s winter cocktail menu is the result of a collaboration with Belsazar Vermouth. If it’s a particularly chilly winter evening, we recommend going for the Hug in a Mug. A mixture of Belsazar White, Cachaca Yaguara, Chamomile Tea, and Honey – you will certainly go home feeling all the warm and fuzzy winter feels, and maybe a few snaps for Instagram – or ten. We can assure you, it’ll be difficult to find a more beautiful winter spot in town.