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Confidential dinner at Vermilion

Opulent dining and champagne in a cocoon bed

Published on March 18th 2011.


Confidential dinner at Vermilion

A HUNDRED Confidential readers sampled the opulence of Vermilion and a tasting menu that showcased its mix of Thai and Indian cuisine.

The special dinner we arranged took place in the glamorous dining room created by world-famous designer Miguel Cancio Martins, the man charged with creating a £3m banqueting suite for the Eastlands-based restaurant this autumn. No wonder it’s such a style mag fave.

For just £30 a head they tasted tongue-tingling delights such as wonton soup (seafood stuffed in wonton sheet with vegetables julienne and chicken bouillon with shitake mushroom), goong piew wan (ocean black tiger prawns with sweet/sour sauce and vegetables) and tawa lamb (marinated and slow-cooked with spinach, spice and fresh herbs).

Complementary matching wines came from Bibendum, one of Britain’s top wine merchants.

Afterwards, some diners chose to follow the example of our commercial director Helen Ramsbottom and the rest of an enthusiastic Confidential team and continue the party upstairs at Cinnabar. Champagne in one of the bar’s intimate cocoon 'beds' was the perfect end to a successful event.

If you haven’t experienced Vermilion yet, check out its gorgeous website, vermilioncinnabar.com

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WhitesidesOnsideMarch 21st 2011.

Some funny looking buggers go to these events.. Bird at the top with the brown hair's a bit of alright though.

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