It has been a while since I last posted a lifestyle and travel post, but I’ve been a lucky jet-setter, from going to Monaco for the Grand Prix (amazing) and then travelling up through France to Menton and Dijon (beautiful), then after a quick stop back home in Blighty, I went back to my second home in Florence!! It was so so good to be back!!
But now I’m back home again, we went to London for a day out with my Cousin and Aunty. Before Bob Bob Ricard, we went to Alice’s Adventures Underground, which was FAB! I’ll be writing a post about that very soon!
But this post is all about the Press For Champers London Top Spot, Bob Bob Ricard. I’ve been wanting to go here for AGES!! It’s really stunning and totally lived up to it’s reputation. The decor is 1920s theme, which is one of my favourite eras!
The service was great, as expected, and were all very professional. The menu also had a good variation, from fish to meat and vegetarian. I opted for the Crab and Avocado salad to start and then the Chicken and Mushroom pie for my main, then finished off with a macchiato and a cocktail in the bar after. The food was great, the details were fab, really liked the logo on the pie!
The decoration, as I said was 1920s theme. Full of decadence and glamour! I had that Titanic vibe too, I felt like Rose aboard the ship!…Or at one of Jay Gatsby’s parties…Either way, you feel like a very well connected individual of the 20s! All the tables are booths, hence you eat in such comfort!
Bob Bob Ricard, obviously has a higher price point, but it is London and it is a one-of-a-kind restaurant. and yes, I did press the button! It was a good as I thought it would be. As soon as I pressed it, a waiter was there within seconds!!
The cocktails were additionally fabulous, I opted for the Passionfruit and Elderflower Martini, and it went down a treat. The glass really suited the decadence of the 20s too, so you can tell that every detail of Bob Bob Ricard was crafted to embody the 20s perfectly! In addition to the cocktails, the coffee was also fab. Being a true coffee snob since living in Italy, I mean, it’s hard not to be a coffee snob when you’ve lived in a place that never ever does coffee mediocre…
Overall, I’d totally recommend this place if you’re wanting to have a memorable night and give that famous button a press!!
Lots of love,