Le Caprice is one of London’s favourite restaurants, still serving up a winning recipe of unfussy classic food and breezy chic atmosphere after more than 30 years. Despite its stalwart status, however, Le Caprice continues to engage its loyal clientele with innovations to keep its formula fresh. The latest of these is the return of Sessions, a series of music dinners presenting renowned names in the soul and jazz world, as well as up-and-coming acts.
In association with SoulandJazz.com, Sennheiser, and Martell, these evenings will showcase an eclectic line-up of artists such as Myles Sanko, Debra Debs, Sarah Moule and Ola Onabule. Of course, an evening at Le Caprice would not be complete without a slap-up dinner, and Head Chef Andrew Mclay has devised a seasonal menu in signature house style to accompany the soundtrack, washed down with cocktails from the mixology experts at Martell.
Guests will be able to book slots for either the 7pm or 9.15pm sessions, which take place on the last Sunday of every month until January 25, but for an added taste of what to expect, tune in to SoulandJazz.com where select sessions will be broadcast live.