On Saturday 1st October, The Communication Group plc’s client, EcoWorld Ballymore, is hosting London’s Longest Lunch in partnership with London Restaurant Festival. 162 diners will experience a six course feast cooked by two of London’s most famous chefs, Richard Corrigan of Bentley’s and Tomos Parry of Kitty Fishers, at two of EcoWorld Ballymore’s developments, Embassy Gardens in Nine Elms and Wardian London near Canary Wharf.
After they have had three courses, with paired wines in one location, guests will travel by Routemaster and Thames Clipper to the next location for their next three courses, and then on to an after party at the newly relaunched Hari hotel in Belgravia. Guests will either begin at Embassy Gardens or Wardian London and switch halfway through the experience.
The Communication Group plc has masterminded the experience together with London Restaurant Festival, as an opportunity to introduce new audiences to two of EcoWorld Ballymore’s exciting Thameside projects. The event sold out in just 48 hours when tickets went on pre-sale to American Express holders in July, and there has been widespread media interest.