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By Word of Mouth

Saturday, June 28, 2014 - 10:45

Magical flower filled dinner at Chelsea Physic Garden

The Chelsea Physic Garden, SW3’s hidden treasure, was the venue for a dinner hosted during the Chelsea Flower Show by one of By Word of Mouth’s corporate clients.

Guests arrived following a visit to the world’s most famous flower show and enjoyed pre dinner drinks in the Physic Garden that was bathed by the evening sun and looking stunningly lush and green.

Inside the dining marquee, florist Simon Lycett had worked his magic with table arrangements of peonies and spring flowers in shades of pink, white and green.  Guests enjoyed an exquisite dinner prepared by By Word of Mouth’s chefs that included seared yellow fin tuna, mushroom crusted fillet of beef and, to finish, a divine nectarine jalousie tart with blood peach parfait, raspberry and vanilla wafers and pistachio praline.

Elsewhere during an extremely busy month, By Word of Mouth was a regular visitor at many of UVL’s venues and was delighted to renew its long standing relationship with all the Historic Royal Palaces.