Is this real life? Or is it just fantasy? Those are questions you might ask yourself when visiting Sessions Arts Club in Farringdon. Hidden away behind an unassuming red door, up an elevator and through a velvet curtain lies an artfully distressed former courthouse room. The interior resembles a stunning run-down Tuscan villa complete with cracked walls, glorious columns, towering arched windows, fireplaces and old rugs. Chef Florence Knight, artist Jonny Gent and GM Jon Spiteri have tag-teamed to create something truly beautiful. Amid all the grandeur, a wonderfully simple and seductive Brit-Mediterranean menu is on offer, with crab croquettes and lemony chickpea flour fries. It’s a place to bring your lover, your mother, your sister and your friends to experience one of London’s most spectacular new dining rooms.
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