It’s hard to find restaurants that appeal to all, every person comes with their own preferences, palates and expectations. But with Spring at Somerset House, it seems we’ve come into a new season of fine dining. Where the idea of compromising need not be considered. Enquire with our free venue finding service today and enjoy an unforgettable evening, worry free.
What is it?
When you think of Spring is conjures up ideas of new beginnings, of fresh whites, and delicate blossom trees. And that is seems is exactly what Australian chef, Sky Gyngell was thinking too with when she opened her latest restaurant, Spring. Refined and elegant detailing is sculptured to the pale white walls, a lofty ceiling filling the room with light.
Where is it?
As part of the iconic Somerset House, Spring is a little tricky to find. So, should you venture there remember to come in from the Strang and take a right after the Courtauld Gallery. It’s less than a 10-minute walk to Temple Station and Covent Garden station.
Why we love it?
You may have heard of chef Skye Gyngell as the head chef at Petersham Nurseries, where she has shown to have mastered the art of perfect simplicity. Her ‘respect for beautiful ingredients’ ensures that everything that leaves the kitchen is a mouth-watering delight. The food matching the dreamy standards of the surrounding décor.
Subtle nods to femininity are found all around the restaurant, from the chef, the sommelier, the designer, even down to the art work on the walls. Each piece created by female artists.
How it’s private dining works?
The magnificence of Spring never fails to impress, a continuation of the stunning Somerset House’s design. And currently featuring a large ice rink, where you can watch the skaters go by. There is one private dining room, carrying on the light and stunning décor from the main restaurant, and seating up to 12 guests on one table, or maximum of 36 on five tables. Surrounding the table are stunning Olive trees with flora and fauna designed by landscape designer Jinny Blom. Fairy lights hang from the conservatory-style ceiling, creating an enchanting effect in the evenings.
Find an excuse to visit Spring, whether it’s a celebration, birthday, Christmas party, or just lunch. You won’t be disappointed. Plan your next group dining experience with our free venue finding service today, get in touch.BACK TO OUR JOURNAL