With summer finally in the air, bars and restaurants open for both alfresco and indoor dining, the options of where to go seem unlimited - so why not try somewhere new this summer? We have compiled a list of 5 must-try restaurants around London who all feature furniture from Case. Whether you fancy a brunch with friends in a converted warehouse, a fresh lunch made from seasonal produce straight from the farm or an evening with Italian or Spanish tapas and cocktails - you will find something to your taste here.
Bistrotheque, Bethnal Green
23-27 Wadeson St, London E2 9DR
Set in a converted factory in East End, London, Bistrotheque serves a mix of classic French bistro and Modern British Cuisine in a laid-back yet trendy interior. Some highlights from their menu include tomato tarte fine, served with crème fraiche and broad beans and rib-eye with wild garlic butter and burger au jus. Or why not try their Prix Fixe with two any courses for £21. They are open Thursday to Saturday for dinner and Saturday to Sunday for lunch and brunch.
Spot: The Cross Extending Table by Matthew Hilton for CaseThe award-winning Cross Extending Table is a fine example of Matthew Hilton’s innovative approach to wood furniture design. Both practical and versatile, its simple lines build to create a distinctive contemporary shaped base. The table top expands with a smooth pull to allow for the addition of two extra leaves.
Daylesford Organic Café, Brompton Cross
76-82 Sloane Ave, Brompton Rd, London SW3 3DZ
Daylesford Organic is an award-winning farmshop serving fresh seasonal produce straight from their farm in the Cotswolds. Their light and welcoming café serves fresh food from breakfast to dinner. Their produce is only picked when perfectly ripe and goes straight to the chefs in their kitchen, ensuring it is fresh and flavourful. Their menu currently includes spring salads, wood-fired sourdough pizzas, build-your-own wellness bowls and a selection of meat and fish dishes. We think the kerry hill rump of lamb and smoked haddock omelette sound particularly appetising. Daylesford Bromtpon Cross is a lovely choice a healthy, organic meal in Chelsea.
Spot: The Eos Range by Matthew Hilton for Case
Eos is a contemporary collection, lightweight, smartly proportioned and comfortable. Its slim, clean lines make a versatile choice for your outdoor space. This collection, designed by Matthew Hilton, was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light.
Ember Yard, Soho
60 Berwick St, London W1F 8SX
Nestled in the heart of Soho, Ember Yard serves sizzling food and atmosphere with their wood-fired tapas sharing plates. The dishes combine flavours from Italy and Spain, replicating their traditional methods of cooking over charcoal and wood. Ember Yard’s menu features a range of tapas - from chargrilled Galician octopus, to classic steak tartare to a variety of vegetarian options such as the courgette flower with monte enebro cheese and blossom honey. Whether you are going out for dinner on a special occasion or to sip smoky cocktails at their ember-themed bar, Ember Yard is sure to provide you with an evening to remember.
Spot: The Profile Chair by Matthew Hilton for CaseCrafted from solid timber, the Profile Chair by acclaimed designer Matthew Hilton features a soft upholstered leather seat pad, splayed legs and a recessed back to ensure it is comfortable to sit in for extended periods of time.
Gordon Ramsay's Heddon Street Kitchen, Soho
3-9 Heddon St, London W1B 4BE
Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen is located just off Regent Street, featuring diverse, all-day European menus. The interior is an intriguing fusion of vintage and modern, with lavish leather sofas and shimmering steel details. Their menu includes everything from a full English breakfast to butter chicken curry and Sunday roasts and there is also a beef wellington experience menu. As well as extensive indoor seating, Heddon Street Kitchen provide a large outdoor seating area perfect for soaking up the sun this summer.
Spot: The Eos range by Matthew Hilton for CaseEos is a contemporary collection, lightweight, smartly proportioned and comfortable. Its slim, clean lines make a versatile choice for your outdoor space. This collection, designed by Matthew Hilton, was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light.
The Oak SW11, Battersea
39 Parkgate Rd, London SW11 4NP
The Oak SW11 serves Mediterranaean food in a casual, industrial-themed setting. Located on the south bank of the Thames near Battersea Park, the restaurant houses a bar and lounge. With a generous selection of tapas and In the summer, The Oak has outdoor access to the Thames dock with beautiful views and ample outdoor seating. It is the ideal place to come for pizza or pasta, or why not a bottomless brunch.
Spot: The 675 Chair by Robin Day for CaseA design that has truly stood the test of time, the 675 Chair is one of the most recognised of the 20th century. Originally created in 1952 by Robin Day, Case Furniture revisited the original 675 Chair design and faithfully reinstated the element and detail of the original.