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Veuve Clicquot goes sunny side up in Soho

The iconic champagne house Veuve Clicquot is to celebrate its 250th anniversary by unveiling the Sunny Side Up Cafe by Vueve Clicquot, serving eggs and champagne from Friday 22 April until Saturday 30 April. Found at 59 Greek street, London W1D 3DZ in the heart of Soho, the bright sunshine yellow cafe will bring a stylish twist to the classic British cafe.

Chef and TV presenter Andi Oliver will serve egg and marmite soldiers, waffles and maple syrup and a luxury bacon bap.

All washed down of course with a glass of Vueve Clicquot champagne, and guests will be greeted by a Sunny Sommelier who will pair your food choice with the champagne.

To recruit the Café’s ‘Sunny Sommelier’, Veuve Clicquot collaborated with the Be Inclusive Hospitality network who champion equity, diversity and inclusion in the hospitality industry. Be Inclusive Hospitality’s mission is to drive education, amplify voices, build a strong community, and accelerate racial equality, which Veuve Clicquot is also committed to achieving. The Sunny Sommelier is an ambassador for Veuve Clicquot's cause and an expert in their own right. Their enigmatic delivery will provide guests with an engaging explanation of the Veuve Clicquot Champagne available in the Sunny Side Up Café and will elevate the diner’s experience through their expertise.

The ambience will be elevated yet further with a curated selection of ‘Sunny Sound Tracks’ including an exclusive rendition of ‘Good Day Sunshine’ commissioned by Veuve Clicquot as part of its ‘Solaire’ 250th Anniversary celebration from Canadian music artist, Charlotte Cardin. So join in the fun at The Sunny Side Up Café for whichever way you like your eggs in the morning (or any time of day) with a sunny side serving of Veuve Clicquot.


59 Greek Street, London W1D 3DZ

Friday 22 - Saturday 30 April (not open on Monday 25 April)

Opening Hours: 8am - 6pm Reservations via Secret London



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