Dalloway Terrace Review: London's Best Kept SecretSunday, August 21, 2016
Lush greenery, marble tables, and Foxford blankets neatly draped aback the bistro seats. These are just some of many charming touches proving Dalloway Terrace worthy of the name it shares with Virginia Woolf’s hostess with the mostest, Mrs Dalloway. The restaurant lies low aside The Bloomsbury Hotel, like a secret garden. It’s a long, narrow space split across two hedge-lined levels, making for the perfectly intimate hideaway. In good weather, a retractable roof lets sun rays adorn you as you eat; in otherwise ‘London’ weather, those lambswool Foxfords will literally have your back.
Exquisite interiors in the lounge of The Bloomsbury Hotel
Fine bone china by Wedgwood
Lobster and Mango Salad
French Toast & Seasonal Berries