The last hoorah of Summer 2019. Following an alfresco cocktail reception at the newly launched Chucs Cafe Kensington, guests tucked into a four course dinner prepared by Chucs’ Executive Chef Director Simon Henbery, paired with Minuty’s exquisite Provence rosé.
End of Summer Dinner
Chucs x Chateau Minuty
Chucs x Sharky & George
The Seaside comes to the Serpentine
What better way to celebrate August Bank Holiday Monday than with a family friendly brunch at the Chucs in the Park? While the grown-ups kicked back with a 2 course brunch (& Bloody Mary… or two), little ones were kept entertained with a sandpit treasure hunt, outdoor games & arts & crafts.
”Chucs latest outpost in Kensington boasts a wraparound terrace, which serves as a perfect spot for an Aperol Spritz and a bowl of its delicious signature – the bigoli cacio e pepe. Heaters and blankets are available for when the temperature cools. If you’re hungry, start with the beef carpaccio and the chilli burrata, both of which complement each other beautifully. Alternatively, if you’re searching for a snack to accompany a few cocktails, don’t miss the truffle arancini – mouthwateringly good rice balls that will have you polishing the plate.”
The Evening Standard
”Chucs Serpentine is better known for its building than its surroundings, but it’s a tough call. Its Zaha Hadid-designed architecture undulates out of the side of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery (it looks like a manta ray from most angles), making dining inside a fairly unique experience. Outside, Italian food is served up with views of Hyde Park. You decide.”
”The Duchess of Sussex was spotted dining at Italian restaurant Chucs in January 2019 with new Deputy Communications Secretary Christian Jones. There are four locations throughout London, but Meghan dined at the Notting Hill restaurant where the menu includes dishes such as pasta and risotto, pizzas and antipasti. There was even a January Detox menu on offer should Meghan have fancied a lighter, nutritious lunch.”