An email dropped in to my inbox this morning from an old friend at uni'.
This looks like a really fun idea for a birthday, hen party or any fun night out. A 'food safari'. A route has been organised for you and you have starter in one place then main in another and finally dessert and cocktails in yet another top restaurant in London. So far on the website there are SoHo and Mayfair packages but I can see this idea expanding in to other cities and towns.
This is the SoHo Food Safari itinerary to give you an idea:
Starters and Champagne in the Criterion Restaurant on Piccadilly
Marco Pierre White owns this restaurant. Great central location, I've not eaten here but it has a Michelin star so I'm trusting this is a good one.
Main course and live Cuban music at Floridita on Wardour Street
This is the sister venue of the original Floridita in Havana where the Mojito was invented. It's absolutely beautiful in there; think chic 80's gangster vibe. The live music never disappoints and creates a great atmosphere during your meal. I remember the Spatchcock Chicken having the most delicious rub I've ever tasted.
Dessert in No.20 Restaurant located within the Sanctum Soho Hotel on Warwick Street
This is the rock'n'roll hotel of London owned by Mark Fuller (co- manager of Iron Maiden). Interesting fact: The room service menu happens to include the option for having your bath tub filled with Jack Daniels. Of course.
I've always had a lovely time when I've been here- the restaurant is quite small so you get a nice intimate atmosphere and fantastic service.
Post dinner cocktail at Sartoria Restaurant and Bar located on Savile Row
I don't know this one to be honest but Savile Row is world famous and it would surely be a fun place to finish a night out.
All for £89. A great price for a night out with friends in one of the most fun areas in London. All of these restaurants are really nice so I think it works out a good deal for your money.
I just thought this looked like a fun idea and quite useful if you happened to be a PA or required to make entertainment bookings as part of your job. It would also be great if you were visiting London for a short time and wanted to make sure you found good places to eat.
There are giveaways for lunches/dinners and cocktails being held on All I Want's Facebook page all week to celebrate the launch. You can also follow on Twitter here.
What do you think? Do you love the idea of having each course in a different place?