Dining outside truly is novel in a big city. Sure, there are options, but getting a table at one of them is a feat in itself. Add that to the fact that frequently you are on the side of a busy road, or a rammed roof terrace, and often, the experience is less than relaxing. Just 45 minutes outside of London, dining under the stars at the Dorchester’s country abode – Coworth Park – is a luxe, relaxing, gourmet experience.
Coworth Park have created a ‘geodesic dome’- aka, beautifully lit sphere in their Lime Grove, where you can truly, dine under the stars. Fairy lights, and warm summer nights make this a truly special place.
The food and drink
Coworth’s executive chef, Adam Smith, has created a menu that perfectly pairs with the different Dom Pérignon expressions (including Pléntitude 2, Vintage Blanc, and Rosé) that accompany. Menus are inspired by and named after constellations, and you can choose from 3-5 courses (£200-£350pp); we say go with five if your budget allows as dishes are overall quite light and it’s a great opportunity to see Adam really flex! There’s an afternoon tea too, should you be looking for something earlier.
You really can’t beat dining under the stars. Book a night at Coworth and make a celebratory night of it.