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 Mosimann's Brasserie -

Advance Dining Options Now On Sale!
Enjoy dining at Mosimann's Brasserie during your visit. Let the royal caterers take care of you - choose from an irresistible selection of summer inspired Lunch options or traditional Afternoon Tea. The elegant Mosimann’s Brasserie overlooks the House & Garden Festival, 20 – 24 June at Olympia London and is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat, catch up with friends or sit back and muse over your day.

Simply opt for one of our Mosimanns' dining add-on's when completing your ticket booking - hurry only limited numbers available*!
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Dine At The Festival
LUNCH
Choose from some delicious individual plates options; from summer inspired salads, delicious roast beef with seasonal vegetables or even a leek and Gruyere Tart all enjoyed with a glass of wine.
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AFTERNOON TEA
Because who doesn’t love traditional afternoon tea? Featuring warm scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, a selection of sandwiches all accompanied with complimentary tea of your choice.
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Exhibitor List Now Live!
The wait is over, the House & Garden Festival 2018 Exhibitor list is now live! We have some incredible brands confirmed, from pioneers of paint Farrow & Ball, leading bespoke Kitchen designers Martin Moore, as well as leading Antique dealers and an array of lifestyle & gifting brands. The Exhibitor list will continue to grow over the coming weeks - so stay tuned!
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*Mosimann's dining add-ons for both lunch and afternoon tea have a limited allocation available. Advance box office closes 11pm, June 19, 2018. Calls cost 7 pence per minute plus network extras. Transaction fee of £2.20 applies. Please click here to unsubscribe from future Clarion Events communication.

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