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Perkin Reveller opens its doors

A celebration of all the finest things in life, food, drink and merriment, Perkin Reveller is an exciting new restaurant which pays tribute to Chaucer’s bacchanal Cook’s Tale character, just opened in the heart of historic London.
This modern day dining hall and bar enjoys a stunning location overlooking the Thames and sharing its walls with the Tower of London, where we offer day visitor catering.

Our newest restaurant will support and celebrate Britain’s fine food heritage with a selection of classical and modern dishes to tempt all palates, each prepared with care and precision from the finest of seasonal ingredients. In its quest for quality, the Perkin Reveller is a keen supporter of small-scale, artisan producers and local suppliers of seasonal produce for its menu, Cotswold white chickens from The Woodland Trust, Colchester oysters and butter selected from small creameries such as Longman Dairy, Yeovil.

A celebration of all the finest things in life, food, drink and merriment

Of course no tribute to Chaucer’s Perkin would be complete without a hearty drinks list and the menu will not disappoint! The rich and diverse wine selection focuses on organic, biodynamic and unique wines, many British and all served in the signature Perkin Reveller carafe. There will also be locally brewed beer and a tantalising menu of cocktails, inspired by lost or forgotten vintage mixes, and special punch bowls. For those who prefer a good cup of tea, the restaurant will be a real treat with collaboration from suppliers such as the Rare Tea Company.

All the revelry will be enjoyed in fine surroundings; within its building designed by Tony Fretton Architects, the restaurant will be filled with exciting bespoke pieces from local artisans which help to tell the rich story behind this marvellous new eaterie. Outside, the terrace offers a wonderful space to gather in the evening on the solid oak benches around fire pits, with a jug of beer and a platter of delicious, fresh food. Wooden chests at the foot of each table are packed with classic games and toys for children and adults alike to delight in, as well as woollen blankets to allow al-fresco dining throughout the year

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