The magical place you can dine in an igloo at a Bridgerton film location


History meets the modern era in this magical new dining experience that arrives in east London in May.

For a few select dates, visitors can drink and dine like royalty in a luxurious igloo with the backdrop of a magnificent former royal residence that served as the filming location for the hit Netflix television series Bridgerton.

Surrounded by the lush greenery of Greenwich Park and overlooking the River Thames and beyond to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf, The Queen’s House in Greenwich is a dream place to enjoy an exquisite meal.

Dining igloos have popped up everywhere as people get inventive with safe ways to eat and drink outdoors, but the unrivaled location of Queen’s House‘s “dining domes” puts others to shame.



The Queen’s House Dining Domes at night

Each dining dome can accommodate four to six people, perfect for an intimate gathering with friends or family.

The domes are heated and protect you from unpredictable UK weather, but will also be open on the sides for ventilation to meet coronavirus safety measures.

You can sit down for a luxurious lunch from £ 39.50, savor royal afternoon tea from £ 37.50 or treat yourself to a three-course dinner for £ 55.

The mouth-watering sample menu hints at the delicacies on offer, including:

Royal Coronation chicken steak, curry and rapeseed mayonnaise, apricot purée, slivered almonds, puffed wild rice, poppadom chips

Braised New Season Lamb Shoulder, Whipped Potatoes, Sun-Rolled Tomatoes, Fried Rosemary, Lamb Jus

Posset Lemon, Wild Honey from Greenwich Park, Lemon Cake & Rosewater, Crystallized Borage

Tables are only available Thursday through Sunday May 7-31, so book early to avoid disappointment.

You can reserve your place for this unparalleled dining experience here.


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