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THE SHOWSTOPPER

- The Showstopper -

Theatre and drama, swirling senses

For marking those extra special occasions, when guests come together to really celebrate. A touch of fantasy, of flamboyance (but don’t try too hard!). Perfectly planned, runs like a Swiss watch, an illusion, suspended reality, with special touches that delight.


Zodiac Dining Table


The Zodiac dining table is inspired by ancient motifs that have been reinterpreted over the centuries into the walls and flooring of classical buildings. Individual pieces of marble are inlaid with painstaking precision to create a mesmerising 3-D effect.

Georgian Architectural Table


This regal dining table anchors the room for sophisticated entertaining in warm, inviting surrounds. Inspired by Georgian architecture, the hand-carved timber base is topped with cool, crisp marble to refine the experience.

Pilaster Dining Table


Like King Arthur and his knights, a round table has no head, so host and guest can relax in equal measure. Marble has been one of the classic materials of great interior styling for thousands of years; the ancient Greeks and Romans used marble for its crisp, clean cool effect.

- The Menu -

Classics done perfectly


Tantalising textures to transport your senses, from airy crab soufflé to the intensity of goose liver, to beef that melts in your mouth.
Traditional flavours, modern approach.

APERITIF
Berrys' United Kingdom Cuvée, Blanc de Blancs, Grand Cru, Le Mesnil

FIRST COURSE
Alaskan crab meat & mushroom souffle, chive cream sauce
Wine pairing: 2009 Meursault, Poruzots 1er Cru, Ch. de Puligny Montrachet

STARTER
Goose liver terrine, Baumkuchen, port wine jelly, celeriac salad
Wine pairing: 2007 Nuits Saint Georges, 1er Cru Boudots, Domaine Jean Grivot

MAIN
American prime beef fillet ‘Wellington’, Perigord truffle sauce, new potatoes, carrots, French beans
Wine pairing: 2007 Gevrey Chambertin, 1er Cru Cazetiers, Olivier Bernstein, 1996 Ch. Pontet Canet

CHEESE COURSE
International cheese plate
Wine pairing: 1986 Ch. Ducru Beaucaillou

(Recommended by Berry Bros & Rudd)

Regency Dining Chair


Inspired by Brighton Pavilion in England, the 19th century seaside residence of the eccentric Prince Regent who later became King George IV. The throne-like Regency is lavishly hand-tufted in luxurious velvet for a sumptuously close encounter of regal proportions.

Angeles Dining Chair


Angeles evolved from a vintage treasure that Tim picked up at one of L.A’s antique markets, reinvented with that special Timothy Oulton touch. Hand applied studs accessorise the lustrous leather seat and back. Dining chair shown here dressed head to toe in black leather for pure red carpet glamour.

Mimi Chair with Loose Cover


We’ve given our best-selling Mimi dining chair a brand new outfit with these luxurious loose skirted covers. Dress her up or down with a choice of super-soft linens and sumptuous moleskins, or mix and match for all seasons and occasions.

- The Playlist -

Glamourous Grooves




Energy and glamour, music that transports us, carries us away.

“The best revenge is massive success.”

Frank Sinatra

Rex Diamond Pendant


Named after the historic Rex cinema in England; a 1930s Art Deco gem boasting a beautiful auditorium with dramatic chandeliers.
The diamond chandelier is a modern twist on classic elegance, for contemporary style with a touch of glamour.

Rex Chandelier


Named after the historic Rex cinema in England with its beautiful 1930’s auditorium and dramatic chandeliers. Saved from dereliction by a local entrepreneur, the cinema was restored to its former glory in 2004. The Rex collection transports Art Deco glamour into the modern day.

Zig Zag chandelier


The Zig Zag chandelier features delicate spheres of optical grade glass around an intricate metal skeleton. Like a galaxy of suspended planets, each sphere bounces the reflections and refractions of the others to project almost kaleidoscope patterns of galactic beauty.

- The Expert’s Tip -

CHAMPAGNE

Katie Daniels, Berry Bros & Rudd:
Opening a bottle: a) Serve chilled at 6-8°C, b) Remove foil and wire muzzle, hold cork, c) Tilt bottle at 30° angle, gripping cork, use other hand to grip base of bottle, d) Turn the bottle (NOT the cork), e) Release pressure with a quiet “phut”, not an explosion and flying cork!

- Dinner with -

The Head Chef

British born chef Arron Rhodes has followed his passion for creative cooking across the world: London, Maldives (poor guy!), and the 3 Michelin starred Restaurant Andre in Singapore. Currently working on an exciting new, soon to be launched
concept in Hong Kong.

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ARRON’S TAKE ON THE SHOWSTOPPER

A myriad of tiny details that come together perfectly, plus unexpected twists. Dress up; cocktail dresses and heels, white pressed shirts and jackets - all part of the occasion.

THE MENU

Roasted Cornish scallops to start (Cornwall is magical: fertile fishing grounds surrounded by the sea on 3 sides. Also good for surfing), prepared with fresh summer sweet corn and Italian Roma tomatoes (elegant oval shape!) with lemon butter and dill sauce.
Main course would be whole roasted sea bass (a handsome fish!) baked inside a salt crust, served with quinoa and orange salad, rocket leaves with a balsamic dressing, with a caviar and seaweed butter sauce.
Dessert: rich chocolate truffle fondant, blood orange syrup and Madagascan vanilla bean ice cream. Finish with coffee and pralines.

TABLE SETTING

All white – always the most formal, white linen, white candles.

AFTER DINNER

A few bottles of a nice red Barolo, and a classic movie - Vertigo, Dr No - projected on the wall.

THE SHOWSTOPPER DINNER IN CHINA

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