Red Carnation Hotels has launched a supper series in partnership with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
While the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has performed at concert halls around the world – including Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall – its string quartet will now perform in a rare intimate show in two hotels (17 Oct & 31 Dec).
What to expect
The first event takes place in Butler’s Restaurant in The Chesterfield Mayfair (17 Oct) – a former townhouse that once belonged to the Earl of Chesterfield.
The second event, on New Year’s Eve (31 Dec), takes place there and at The Rubens at the Palace near Buckingham Palace.
Once seated, you’ll enjoy a multi-course meal while the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s string quartet perform.
The dress code is cocktail dress.
The Royal Family is a fan, making the firm one of the oldest holders of a Royal Warrant.
Executive head chef Nathan Hindmarsh has created a seven-course tasting menu.
Following scallops hand-dived from around Orkney, you can enjoy truffled fillet of turbot, Japanese Waygu or butter-roasted cauliflower steak. Finish your meal with Valrhona chocolate.
At the end of the evening, the orchestra’s deputy managing director Huw Davies will host a Q&A session with the musicians.