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You really can't go wrong with any of the Caprice Group restaurants. Scotts, J Sheekey and the Ivy are all stalwarts that have been in London for many years. Restaurant 34 is the youngest of the siblings, opening in November 2011. The restaurant is a celebrity hotspot and it is the restaurant of choice for stars such as Kate Moss, Katy Perry, Sean Penn and Ellie Goulding. Its not easy to spot in its location just off Grosvenor Square but look out for the large leopard just outside the front door...
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Ask for a round table. You might otherwise have to move three times, like I did on the visit before this one. They favour the run of tables close together style of dining, so that you get to know your neighbour, whether or not you want to. A round table will take you away from all that. A round table like the one shared by B and I, with a lamp in the middle and a cord attached, draped, somewhat bizarrely, across the table.If I’m not wrong (and I often am, ask anyone who knows me) this is the first restaurant in the Caring Group that he has opened on his own. The others in the Caring stable, which includes J Sheekey,...
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It’s very much in the Caring style. Plush, great service, expensive and comfortable. It’s a lovely Art Deco fit-out, with decent art on the walls. It oozes comfortable. Forties music was playing at the unseasonably early time that we sat down for dinner.Given that the Forties is my era in so many ways, this made me put on my happy face. No mean feat, given the day I’d had in the office. At the time when normal people would eat, say about 7.30, the Baby Grand in the corner sprang to life, with some jazz classics. I approve of this, because I am not right next to it, as I was last time, when I had to communicate...
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The Emin Room
The Emin Room is located above 34 and houses specially commissioned art by celebrated artist Tracey Emin. The collection will evolve as she adds one-off creations from tapestries to individual bronzes and upholstery, paintings and neons. Accommodating up to 60 people for a seated lunch or dinner (35 on one table), or up to 80 guests for a standing reception, the room is suitable for a wide variety of private and corporate events – from wedding receptions, to birthday meals, presentations, book launches and networking events. Oak panelled walls, a rust and ebony coloured marble bar, deep vermilion leather chairs and the Tracey Emin collection will make this one of the most desirable private rooms in the area.
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