Wild Idol is in full bloom this week to celebrate the return of the world’s most impressive flower show which is back for its annual celebration of horticulture. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show takes place in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, where it has showcased the haute-couture of international gardening for more than 100 years.
Officially marking the start of summer, Chelsea Flower Show is a highlight in the London social calendar. As well as enjoying the blooms and blossoms, it’s also a perfect opportunity to enjoy fine dining and drinking in and around the show. With its delicate floral aromas and notes of red fruit, soak up the atmosphere with a glass of Wild Idol’s alcohol free sparkling rosé at one of these local spots.
No. Fifty Cheyne
No. Fifty Cheyne is a classic English restaurant in the heart of Chelsea, with intimate dining and an elegant flair. Head Chef Iain Smith creates his menus around the finest British produce and their award-winning Sunday lunch has long-been the talk of the town.
Book a table or prop up the bar for a Wild afternoon.
The Surprise is the local we all wish we had. Warm, welcoming, with rustic-chic decor and a country-pub feel despite being just moments from the Kings Road. It’s been a neighbourhood pub and local landmark since 1853. The menu boasts simple dishes, locally sourced, and on special this Chelsea Flower Show week is “The Chelsea Flourish” - a bespoke non alcoholic cocktail made with Wild Idol and celebrating all things floral.
If you don’t tire of blossoms (who does?) Stanley's is the perfect place to enjoy a cool glass of Wild Idol post-Chelsea Flower Show. Located just off the Kings Road, the restaurant is inspired by a quintessential English Garden, with blooms a plenty and a menu centred around seasonal British fare.
Le Petit Beef Bar
Located on Cale Street, Chelsea, Le Petit Beef Bar was just voted number in the World's 101 Best Steak Restaurants Awards. A relaxed yet elegant dining experience, with a carefully curated menu that champions uncomplicated dishes crafted from refined ingredients. This is the perfect place to relax with a glass, or a bottle of alcohol free sparkles.
Beaverbrook Town House
Coined Chelsea’s most charming boutique hotel and located just 5 minutes drive from Chelsea Flower Show, Beaverbrook Town House is the ideal place to stay, drink or dine. The two Georgian Townhouses are home to 14 suites, styled and named after London Theatres, with views overlooking the leafy Cadogan Gardens. The only thing that could improve that view? A refreshing glass of Wild Idol alcohol free sparkling wine of course.
The Hunters Moon
And last but not least, if you have yet to try the Hunters Moon, then what are you waiting for! This traditional countryside pub is found in the heart of South West London, serving a hearty menu of elevated pub classics, which pair perfectly with Wild Idol alcohol free white or rosé wine. If you’re looking for somewhere close by to relax after taking in the sights, smells and sounds of the Chelsea Flower Show - this is it.
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