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The Formentera Terrace at aqua nueva: Ibiza’s Bohemian Sister Comes to London 

If, like SEEN, you won’t be venturing abroad this year then fear not, this summer, contemporary Spanish restaurant aqua nueva will transport you to the Balearic Islands as Ibiza’s hippy sister, Formentera, comes to London. In partnership with Cîroc Vodka, aqua nueva’s Formentera Terrace brings the island’s relaxed vibe to its Regent Street rooftop for the summer season.

Architect Mehrnoosh Khadivi has designed an oasis overlooking London’s urban jungle, channelling the chilled-out atmosphere for which Formentera is so famed. The terrace is a flush of greenery and floral displays, against the sandy tones of rattan screens and colourful planters.

A new addition to the terrace this year is the alcoholic dessert bar, a pretty, parasoled bike, which offers two flavours of Cîroc Vodka sorbets. Perfect for lounging with a Cîroc cocktail on sunny afternoons or dining alfresco on long, balmy evenings, the Formentera Terrace is sure to be one of the West End’s most talked about destinations this summer. aqua nueva’s Formentera Terrace is open from now until the end of the summer. For more information, please visit:

aquanueva.co.uk

aqua nueva
5th Floor
240 Regent Street (Entrance 30 Argyll Street)
London
W1B 3BR

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Alex Evans at the Foundry Gallery, Chelsea Quarter: LDF17

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