Friday, 22 August 2014

Welcome to "Circus" --- A culinary adventure!
 
The name says it all.
 
 
 
Taking a stroll through Covent Garden --- The west end of London which is synonymous for its theatres and drama's, Why not enjoy dinner and a show at the same place: "Circus" an enigmatic but well known London restaurant which is renowned not only for its opulence and theatrics but as well as its fantastic food.
 
Circus, often described as a hidden treasure, is masked behind brown doors.
 
Behind the covert doors lays a fantasy world.

 
 
 
Once behind those covert doors, you will be transported into a decadent dream world infused with acrobats, cabaret, dancing and an award winning cocktail bar for those of you who drink.
 
Circus boasts glamorous interiors making you believe you are in an alternate world of burlesque with its kaleidoscopic mirrors and 'runway' stage which is not only for nightly entertaining but is also used as a banqueting table.
 

 
This pan Asian restaurant which have hosted guests such as Princess Beatrice of York and British pop group The Saturdays will have you salivating at their delicious menu. Who can resist a Langoustine tempura with red chilli and nori seasoning?

Circus is designed to entertain and relax guests while providing succulent pan Asian means, be it from the A La Carte menu of sushi (ranging from 8 to 15 £) or hot meals such as red chicken curry (view menu here). Circus also provides a sharing menu for guests of 4 or more and if all this fantasy does not get you tickling their decadently delicious desserts will. My favourite is without a doubt the doughnuts and Magnums. Circus lets you pre-order your cakes from them for special occasions.


baby veg tempura
 
  
crayfish Salaad


Scallops


The interlinked restaurant , lounge and bar provide an ambience all guests can enjoy whether you are a dinner or drinker-- guests can be rest assured everything will be tasteful as Circus only caters to those 21 and above.

Join Circus for Lunch, Drinks or dinner as chef Andrew Lassetters kitchen team are revealed cooking in an open kitchen, which is a fantastic show in itself.

 


 
Circus is also available for events hire having hosted events for Burberry, Hermes and Louis Vuitton.
 
Circus reveals their performances and entertainers in the evening to ensure there is an element of excitement and mystery.
 

 
This secluded hidden treasure is definitely one of a kind filled with adventure and excitement.
 
 
Circus
27-29 Endell Street
Covent Garden
London WC2H 9BA
+44(0)2074209300
 
 
 
Hope you visit them soon and let us know what you think!
 
 
 

 
 

rise and shine!

 
 
During the last few weeks I’ve learned to love mornings.  There is nothing better than starting the day with the birds, breathing in the fresh air and watching the sunrise over the treetops.  My appreciation of mornings first began a few months ago when I found myself not looking forward to the morning hours as much as I used to. Perhaps it was having such a busy schedule every day and finding myself rushing around almost before the day had started.
 
So I made a point of rediscovering the joy in mornings.   Taking time to appreciate the fresh, crisp air, the wonderful feeling of a new day breaking or a quiet solitary moment were small ways I began to enjoy mornings more.  My appreciation of my morning time is growing as I continue to implement small changes into my daily routine as listed below.
 
 
 
Plan an delicious and nutritious breakfast.  Planning breakfast the night before is an essential.  I’ve been soaking oats the night before and upon waking, I pop them on the stove (or microwave) and within a few minutes I hve a steaming-hot breakfast!
 
Sleep in total darkness.  A good nights rest will aid you in feeling fresh and alive the next morning! Melatonin, the sleep hormone, is produced in the darkness.
 
Drink water before going to bed and immediately after waking. Ending your day with water is one of the best ways to help your body store nutrients and minerals.  Starting your day with water aids your body in rehydrating itself and you’ll feel much more refreshed.
 
 
 
Turn off the phone.  Honestly, we all know why!
 
Plan your day ahead the previous night.   Nothing really stresses me more than going to bed with a million ‘to-do’s’ running through my mind!  Plan your day before you hit the pillow.  If you are like me and think of the things at any crazy hour, keep a pen and paper by your bed.
 
 
 
Spending time in solitary.  One of my greatest joys of the morning is spending what I call ‘quiet time’.  Usually spent alone and in silence, I can gather my thoughts, meditate and plan the details of my day.
 
Wake up to music. Not only do I love the quiet times of the morning but I love to start the day with joy!  I usually start streaming some of my favourite tunes as I’m getting dressed and doing my hair for the day.
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How do you like to start the day?