The Berkeley adds multicoloured beach huts for alfresco dining


30/03/21 - Updated with new pics

When the first lockdown ended, The Berkeley was one of the first to completely reinvent its outside space, turning the back of the hotel into The Garden - a rather beautiful alfresco restaurant. Now, as we emerge from the latest lockdown, they've come up with a new innovation - beach huts in Knightsbridge. 

Taking inspiration from the beachfronts of Whitstable and Southwold, they're adding rainbow-coloured beach huts that seat six and, most importantly, because they're alfresco they'll be open for dining from 12 April. The menu is inspired by the beach theme too - with whole grilled lobsters, freshly-shucked oysters, scampi and octopus. There's also a seaside benedict, smoked salmon and caviar and for dessert ice cream sandwiches and ‘make your own’ Eton Mess.

To book the huts, you'll have to be a group of up to six booking it for "private" dining and there is a minimum spend of £500 for the table. However, if that's a bit above your budget, there will be further alfresco table dining on the terrace, in addition to the huts. So if you're after something new and special as you emerge from lockdown - this could do the trick. 


More about The Berkeley Beach Huts

Where is it? The Berkeley, Wilton Place, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RL

When does it open? 12 April

How to book: Book online here

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @the_berkeley.


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