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34 Mayfair Launches Barbecue Boxes

With temperatures rising (despite the drizzle), SEEN would like to urge Londoners everywhere not to forsake the delights of the summer barbecue. Instead, up your BBQ game with these fabulous boxes from 34 Mayfair.

Barbecuing can be a hassle, but these boxes take the stress out of it for you, leaving you to sip something cool and bask in the admiration of your grateful guests.

Renowned for serving up some of the finest grill dishes in the capital, the kitchen at 34 Mayfair pivots around a giant Argentinian parrilla grill: the ultimate barbecue. Head Chef, Harvey Ayliffe, has mastered the skills and techniques to create flavoursome, healthy food on the grill, which diners can now recreate on their own barbecues.

Each kit will contain a selection of recipes for mains, salads and a dessert suggestion for a truly gourmet barbecue, plus some useful equipment and store cupboard essentials. A summer must-have for all food lovers, the boxes are available to purchase at The Mount Street Deli, situated a short walk from 34 Mayfair.

The Mount Street Deli
100 Mount Street

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Sculpture in the City, Art for Everyone

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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