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Spring is here: Amaya, Chelsea Flower Show, Belgravia in Bloom and Frida Kahlo

You might wonder what all these things have in common – the glorious answer is FLOWERS. To celebrate the arrival of spring (finally!) and this year’s Chelsea Flower Show (22-26 May), Amaya, the Michelin-starred Indian restaurant in Belgravia owned by MW Eat, are introducing a selection of limited edition floral dishes and cocktails. And very gorgeous they look too. Feast your eyes!

Dishes include: Cabbage and noodle salad, Goats cheese and yogurt kebab, and Fig cheese cake and cocktails Include: Impending Bloom and Violet Crush.


At the same time, Amaya will also be taking part in the Belgravia in Bloom (19-26 May) annual event with a large floral display over the entrance, this year in collaboration with the V&A Museum’s long-awaited Frida Kahlo exhibition – the great Mexican painter was well known for including flowers in her artwork and in her daily dress.

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Amaya Bar & Grill
Halkin Arcade
19 Motcomb Street
Belgravia
London
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