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The Ivy Café set to open in Wimbledon Village

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Opening on 1 Summer 2016, The Ivy Café, emerge the center of Wimbledon Village into the area formerly occupied by Barclays Bank, will offer an area, friendly and neighbourly environment, with available all-day dining for the people living, working and shopping in your community.

With more or less 120 covers, creating the primary ground-floor restaurant, a romantic yard dining terrace, and a private dining area, The Ivy Café will feature an all-day café-style selection supplying breakfast, elevenses, meal, light treats, cream beverage, cocktails, week-end brunch and dinner, guaranteeing there is something available for many events. Expect dishes such as The Ivy Café’s shepherd’s pie – slow-braised lamb shoulder with beef 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 menu may also feature a selection of unique cocktails, including some classics served with a-twist created by The Ivy Collection’s executive bar manager, Jeremy Evans.Paul Winch-Furness / Photographer Top tipples from the menu include ‘The Ivy Café Royale’ – hibiscus gin, sloe infusion, rose water, Crémant and ‘London Spritz’ – earl grey gin, lemon and orange oleo sacchurum, Cocchi Americano, Prosecco, soda.

The critically-acclaimed Martin Brudnizki Design Studio features consulted on the restaurant’s interiors, as with its sibling site The Ivy Café – Marylebone, whose features will include an old-fashioned pewter bar, pendant lighting, marble flooring tiles, and a mixture of caramel-coloured fabric banquettes and burnt tangerine leather-based bar stools, generating an elegant however everyday environment for all-day dinner. For many seeking an area of al fresco dining, there will be a beautiful garden terrace, concealed away behind the restaurant on a lawn floor, offering someplace of peaceful from the hustle of hectic Wimbledon Village.

The personal dining area, found over the primary restaurant on the first floor, will seat as much as 20 guests and offer a range of menus produced specially by The Ivy Collection’s professional cook, Sean Burbidge. Supplying the perfect environment for private occasions, the space are hired for a morning break fast meeting, working meal, drinks and canapé reception or celebratory supper.

Paul Winch-Furness / PhotographerAdding to your appeal of leafy Wimbledon Village, The Ivy Café should be intimate and calm, keeping straight back a percentage of tables for walk-ins, permitting residents to drop in each day at their leisure, 1 week a week.

The Ivy Café – Wimbledon Village, may be the most recent place through the Ivy Collection; a group of restaurants, brasseries and cafés established in London, providing available, all-day dinner for residents and visitors alike.

Paul Winch-Furness / Photographer Paul Winch-Furness / Photographer
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