Sunday Jazz Lunch | Frank Sinatra Sunday 03 March 2024 13:00 Boisdale of Canary Wharf Restaurant
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Reservations from 12pm | Live Music 1pm - 2pm & 2.30-3.30pm
As an iconic Live Music British Restaurant, we make a Sunday Roast a much more exciting venture!
End your weekend with friends and family with a scrumptious 3-course Sunday lunch and a fantastic atmosphere, all accompanied with the iconic music of Frank Sinatra.
Championing the Great British roast, Boisdale selects some of the very finest Scottish beef for the stunning centrepiece of the new menu. An 18-hour slow roast dry-aged rib of beef, Yorkshire pudding, goose fat roast potatoes, heritage vegetables, red wine gravy is undoubtedly some of the highest quality meat available in the capital.
For those looking for an alternative to the full Sunday roast offering, lunch dishes including the legendary Boisdale Roast Dumfriesshire blackface haggis bashed neeps & tatties will be on offeror or fish of the day more casual lunchtime dining.
Frank Sinatra by Stephen Triffitt
Direct from Las Vegas, the iconic music of Frank Sinatra is brought to life once again HIS WAY.
Featuring the swing, the swagger and the velvet vocals of Frank Sinatra in concert, enjoy a not-to-be-missed afternoon with world-renowned vocalist Stephen Triffitt.
Widely regarded as the master of his craft, Triffitt starred as Frank for three seasons in Las Vegas. He held the role of Ol’ Blue Eyes in the original West End production of The Rat Pack Live. He sold out the London Palladium (twice), and Royal Festival Hall with his own solo spectacular. He not only walks the walk, he talks the talk, and gives a masterful performance of delicious vocals delivered with consummate ease.
Fly Me to the Moon, Mack the Knife, New York, New York, My Way, That’s Life, Under My Skin, Lady is a Tramp, My Kind of Town, All the Way and Luck Be a Lady delight spellbound audiences. Backed by the fantastic band, Triffitt is frankly the best thing since Sinatra himself.