The Wolseley on Piccadilly is the place to spot London’s money makers dropping by for a power breakfast before heading into the City.
Now the proprietors are starting a venture to put a small part of the restaurant, with its Art Deco surroundings, into your home.
Iconic: The Piccadilly restaurant co-founded by Jeremy King, pictured with wife Lauren
The Wolseley Shop has launched online with just weeks to go before Christmas. It is selling hampers, Wolseley wines, Art Deco-style tea and coffee pots and even the silver-plated ‘saddle’ tea strainers specially designed to keep drips off pristine table linen.
Jeremy King co-founded the restaurant in 2003. His wife Lauren Gurvich King said: ‘We’re often asked, “Where do you get those teapots?” or “Where do you get those glasses?” so we decided to go for it this year.’
Tasty: The largest festive hamper costs £350 and includes champagne, Wolseley wines, Christmas crackers and a range of coffee, teas, chocolates and biscuits
The largest festive hamper costs £350 and includes champagne, Wolseley wines, Christmas crackers and a range of coffee, teas, chocolates and biscuits.
Gurvich King said she expected the range to appeal to regulars as well as occasional visitors.