Angélus by floc’h
in London

“Before rejoining Angélus, I was lucky enough
to enjoy the thrills of living in London,
a marvellous city full of positive creative energy
where I spent five years that were fulfilling both professionally and personally”…

Stéphanie de Boüard-Rivoal, executive director of Angélus


The Savoy

The hotel’s luxury rooms and suites celebrate The Savoy’s dual historical influences, featuring either elegant English Edwardian design or sensational Art Deco style.
Fine dining has always been an integral part of The Savoy: Kaspar’s at The Savoy offers informal dining in a stylish Art Deco setting, whilst Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill presents a British Grill menu with a French touch.

The Dorchester

As one of the world’s most iconic luxury hotels, The Dorchester is quite simply the place to be in London. Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester is the only UK hotel restaurant with three Michelin-stars, putting its creative French cuisine firmly in London’s culinary spotlight.

The Connaught

The Connaught perfectly blends a discreet English ambience with the contemporary touches expected by the modern traveler.
In the beautiful surroundings of Hélène Darroze’s two Michelin-starred restaurant at The Connaught, her lifelong passion for the finest produce and incredible skill is reflected in every aspect of one of Mayfair’s most intimate dining experiences.

The Berkeley

The Berkeley, in fashionable Knightsbridge, is one of the leading hotels in London: luxurious, welcoming, ready to meet the needs of the modern traveler.
Marcus Wareing offers two Michelin-starred dining. The stars go for award-winning cocktails at the Blue Bar, and fashionistas for Prêt-à-Porter, the catwalk-inspired London afternoon tea.

The Corinthia

Rated among the city’s finest, Corinthia combines grandeur and heritage with modern freshness. the hotel is a destination in itself, minutes from the West End and the River Thames.

The Ritz

James Bond was sitting on his bed in The Ritz Hotel in London, holding the telephone to his ear. “This is Commander James Bond, agent number 007. Please would you put me through to M, or his secretary, Miss Moneypenny?'”…

The Ritz is a world famous five star hotel where the sumptuous surroundings are matched only by the professionalism of our friendly staff.


Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is one of the most renowned restaurant in the world. The elegant decor overlooking Hyde Park reflects Heston Blumenthal’s passion for the 15th and 16th century cuisine.

The Greenhouse

Arnaud Bignon’s minimal and intimate restaurant features a contemporary approach combining fresh products and creative flavours. He complements unexpected ingredients associations with an impressive wine collections of over 3,600 wines.


Respect of traditions and crasftmanship. Free approach. Kai is one of the best chinese restaurants in London.


One of the first Indian restaurants in the world to be awarded a Michelin star, Tamarind of Mayfair continues to stand for excellence – serving impeccably-presented regional Indian cuisine in a gilt-accented Mayfair dining room.

Clos Maggiore

Influenced by the stylish country inns of Provence and Tuscany, Head Chef Marcellin Marc combines the freshest ingredients with a passion for bringing out inherent flavours in a contemporary approach to Provençal inspired dishes.

La Petite Maison

La Petite Maison offers an inspired yet simple and delicious interpretation of French Mediterranean and Niçoise cuisine.


L’etranger in Kensington serves Japanese-influenced French cuisine, as well as maki and sashimi alongside a world-class wine selection.

Wiltons 55

Since 1742 Wiltons has been synonymous for the finest oysters, wild fish and game and traditional, courteous, hospitality.


The menu reflects its glittering heritage, serving the finest traditional fish and shellfish dishes alongside a variety of meat and seasonal game favourites in an atmosphere of urbane sophistication. Oysters, served at the elegant oyster and Champagne bar, are a house speciality.


Bentley’s Grill is the perfect spot to enjoy a pre-theatre bite to eat. Bentley’s has been serving it’s fish and chips for over 100 years, a haven for fresh oysters, grilled fish and steaks from around the British & Irish Isles.


Gymkhana is inspired by Indian gymkhana clubs, where members of high society socialise, dine, drink and play sport. Gymkhana serves classic and contemporary Michelin starred Indian cuisine, with a strong focus on chatpatta and boldly spiced sharing dishes.


Chef Atul Kochhar has a unique talent for changing the way people perceive and experience Indian cuisine. Taking inspiration from his native India, while continuously researching regional dishes, he combines his heritage with his love of British ingredients to create a unique and innovative modern Indian menu.



Clarette is the project and brainchild of a new generation of wine lovers. Offering a unique curated wine list including many exceptional wines by the bottle, alongside an extensive selection served by the glass in a relaxed and stylish setting.

The Orangery at Kensington Palace

Surrounded by beautiful formal gardens in the grounds of Kensington Palace rests The Orangery, a relaxed and elegant setting for breakfast or lunch and the only royal palace in London.


In a room refined by a curious mind, a touch of humour, it’s a work of art, a striking backdrop, it’s David Shrigley’s Gallery…

67 Pall Mall

67 Pall Mall is a private member’s club like no other – founded by Grant Ashton, wine lover, for wine lovers. Head Sommelier Terry Kandylis was named best sommelier in the UK in 2016.

67 Pall Mall, St. James’s, London SW1Y 5ES


Hedonism Wines

The hedonistic way of thinking originated in the early Greek philosophic schools where it was believed that pleasure was the only intrinsic good. There are many things which one should enjoy in life & with the word “hedonism” frequently used in tasting notes wine is certainly one of them. What better name for a store that offers some of the best wines and spirits?

Majestic Wine

Majestic Wine considers that wine – whether you buy it or sell it, and especially when you drink it – should be a lot of fun. Living and breathing wine, no one here could ever recommend a wine in which he did not believe.
Majestic Mayfair

Roberson Wine

Roberson Wine is an independent wine company with a mission to sell wine of value, character and substance. Whether they are selling wine at £10 a bottle or £500 a bottle their goal is the same: to bring good value and excellent service.

Berry Bros

Berry Bros. & Rudd is Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant, having traded from the same shop since 1698. Today the company also has a Wine School and an exclusive fine wine and dining venue in London’s St James’s.
Wine Merchants with over 4000 wines for sale carefully selected by six Masters of Wine to ensure they offer style, quality, individuality and value.

63 Pall Mall,London SW1Y 5HZ


British Museum 

The British Museum was founded in 1753, the first national public museum in the world. From the beginning it granted free admission to all ‘studious and curious persons’. Visitor numbers have grown from around 5,000 a year in the eighteenth century to nearly 6 million today.

National Gallery

The National Gallery houses the national collection of paintings in the Western European tradition from the 13th to the 19th centuries.

Victoria & Albert Museum 

The V&A is the world’s leading museum of art and design, housing a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects that span over 5,000 years of human creativity.

Somerset House

Somerset House is a new kind of arts centre in the heart of London, designed for today’s audiences and creatives. In this building, the Courtauld Galley houses one of the finest Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collections in the world.

Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Gallery, the world’s first purpose-built public art gallery, was established because its founders believed as many people as possible should see great paintings. The Gallery houses a collection of over 600 works rich in European masterpieces including Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Canaletto and Poussin.

Sadler’s wells

Sadler’s Wells is a world-leading dance house, a place where artists come together to create dance and where people of all ages and from all walks of life come to experience dance.

London Film Museum

Bond in Motion is the official exhibition of James Bond vehicles that feature in the renowned film series. It is the largest display of its kind ever staged in London.
After being featured in Casino Royal in 2006, Château Angélus appears again in Spectre in 2015. In both James Bond movies, the bottle of Château Angélus is shown in a train scene. The first time, James Bond (Daniel Craig) is having lunch with Vesper (Eva Green), whereas in Spectre, he is joined by Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux).

45 Wellington St, London WC2E 7BN

Walks & Leisure

Hyde Park

Set right in the heart of London, Hyde Park offers both world-class events and concerts together with plenty of quiet places to relax and unwind. Hyde Park is one of London’s eight Royal Parks.

Kew Gardens 

Kew Gardens is a fantastic botanical garden located in Southwest London that houses the largest and most diverse botanical and mycological collections in the world.

St. Katharine Docks

Steeped in heritage and truly unique, St. Katharine Docks are home to a collection of high-quality offices, restaurants and bars. A vibrant and dynamic London quarter.


Overlooked by most visitors in spite of its worldwide fame, the Greenwich meridian is a destination in itself. Indeed, this corner of London is of a rare beauty. The village and its outstanding heritage are a perfect mix of architecture and art of living.

Shopping & Craft

Fortnum & Mason 

For three centuries Fortnum’s has been committed to bringing the world’s best food to its flagship store on Piccadilly – often from continents away. Fresh food, though, has always come from as close to these Isles as possible.

Borough Market

Borough Market is rich with history, but it remains as relevant now as it has ever been. As London’s oldest food market, it has been serving the people of Southwark for 1,000 years, and that extraordinary heritage is an important part of its appeal.

Mortimer and Bennett

Mortimer and Bennett is a small but thriving deli packed with the best artisan cheeses, charcuterie, confectionery & deli cupboard delights we can source, serving Chiswick, west London, since 1990.

General Store

General Store is a neighborhood grocery shop in Peckham, South London. It sells cheese, bread, coffee, wine, beer, seasonal fruit and vegetables, and lots of store cupboard essentials.

Flora Starkey

Flora Starkey takes inspiration from many sources including the work of the Dutch Masters and Renaissance artists, Victorian flower photographs and the English country garden, her displays are both romantic and sumptuous. Focusing on seasonality, Flora will often use flowers and foliage she has grown herself.


The Harrods name is synonymous with luxury, excellence and service. Visitors of this department store can expect to enjoy an exemplary level of care, outstanding personal service and a brand of magic experience only to be found at Harrods.

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Five Fields

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Bar Boulud


Goodman – City

La Poule au Pot

The Bingham

Chiltern Firehouse

Pollen Street Social


Laithwaites at vinopolis


Victoria & Albert Museum

Somerset House

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Tate Britain & Tate Modern

Sadler’s wells

Shakespeare Globe

Old Vic

Kew Gardens
Walks & Leisure

Regent’s park
Walks & Leisure

Richmond Park
Walks & Leisure

Kensington Gardens
Walks & Leisure

Shopping & Crafts

Shopping & Crafts

Shopping & Crafts

Shopping & Crafts