Celebrate in style - this is how Randall & Aubin does birthdays
This month sees Randall & Aubin celebrating 20 years of being on the restaurant scene. That’s right, we’ve been around since the days when a little group called The Spice Girls were blasting onto the radio with their debut single Wannabe, and the Nintendo 64 was being released in Japan. Come and enjoy our Oyster and Champagne deal, between 3pm - 5.30pm weekdays only, you can get half a dozen rock oysters and a glass of Randall & Aubin Champagne for only £9.50. Offer ends 31st August 2016.
'Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.' - Luther Burbank
Fresh flowers have always been a key part of the decor in our restaurant and we change our displays throughout the year to reflect the mood of the seasons and to generally brighten the place up a bit. Like the cherry on top, the perfectly-tied bow and the lobster claw sticking out of a seafood pie, beautifully-cut and lovingly-arranged fresh flowers are one of those finishing touches that provide a certain je ne sais quoi - and don't we all love a bit of je ne sais quoi?
Everything looks better through Rose tinted spectacles...
For the next six weeks, Randall & Aubin have a special rosé promotion available, in which premium wines are at very friendly prices (everything seems friendlier with rosé.)
Father's Day - nothing in moderation!
We all know that the way to dad's heart is through his stomach, so this Father's Day at Randall & Aubin we're doing away with moderation and treating dads to a four-course feast, ending in a decadent cheese and port stupor.
Starting with a rather luxurious take on the classic prawn cocktail, made instead with lobster and truffle, the meal is continued with a carnivorous carpet bagger steak, stuffed with Jersey oysters, wrapped in smoked bacon and served with pommes rosti and sides. Caramelised apple cake will satisfy dad's sweet tooth, and all guests are encouraged to finish on a heady high with a selection of three artisan cheeses and a glass of ruby port.
Bring dad to dine beneath the disco ball this Father's Day, and encourage the old man to let his remaining hair down and pop a cork or two (and maybe a couple of shirt buttons!)
A trip to The Midlands in search of Meat
Every now and then we like to get the Randall and Aubin team out from underneath the glitter ball, out from Soho, and even out of London – specifically to see where some of our fine produce comes from. And so April saw us take a little trip to Coventry, where Aubrey Allen butchers can be found.