Fire Stables Wimbledon Village
Starting on 1 Summer 2016, The Ivy Café, occur the center of Wimbledon Village inside space previously occupied by Barclays Bank, will offer you a nearby, friendly and neighbourly environment, with accessible all-day dinner for people living, working and buying in the area. The WVBA is delighted that these types of an iconic brand name has opted for Wimbledon Village for next endeavor and further demonstrates that large attraction that Wimbledon Village provides. Richard Hunter, WVBA Chairman commented that, ’ we're energetic to advertise Wimbledon Village as commercial and retail location, we're pleased the Ivy Café recognise Wimbledon Village therefore a destination. It is an excellent begin to 2016 for local community.’ The Ivy Café will feature an all-day café-style menu supplying break fast, elevenses, meal, light snacks, lotion tea, cocktails, weekend brunch and supper, ensuring there will be something available for all occasions. Anticipate dishes like the Ivy Café’s shepherd’s pie – slow-braised lamb shoulder with meat and Keen’s Cheddar potato mash; chicken liver parfait – caramalised hazelnut, cherry and Szechuan pepper compote, toasted ciabatta; and lobster risotto with fennel, lemon and tomato. The selection will also feature an array of unique cocktails, including some classics served with a-twist created by The Ivy Collection’s executive bar supervisor, Jeremy Evans. Top tipples from the selection feature ‘The Ivy Café Royale’ – hibiscus gin, sloe infusion, rose water, Crémant and ‘London Spritz’ – earl grey gin, lemon and lime oleo sacchurum, Cocchi Americano, Prosecco, soda. For everyone pursuing a spot of al fresco dining, there will be an attractive garden terrace, concealed away at the rear of the restaurant on the ground floor, providing a location of peaceful from the hustle of hectic Wimbledon Village. The exclusive dining area, located above the main restaurant in the first-floor, will seat up to 20 visitors and supply a range of menus produced specifically by The Ivy Collection’s government chef, Sean Burbidge. Supplying the perfect setting for personal activities, the room can be hired for a morning breakfast meeting, working lunch, products and canapé reception or celebratory supper. Increasing the allure of leafy Wimbledon Village, The Ivy Café are going to be personal and relaxed, holding right back a proportion of tables for walk-ins, allowing residents to drop in throughout the day at their leisure, 1 week weekly.