The Wolseley

In 1921, an English architect by the name of William Curtis Green was commissioned by Wolseley Motors Limited to design a prestigious car showroom at 160 Piccadilly, London. For its combination of British heritage and European grandeur, it became known as “Piccadilly’s Shining Pearl”. In 2003, it was renovated by the restaurateurs Chris Corbin and Jeremy King and reopened as London’s first Grand Café. The Wolseley quickly became world-famous for its Afternoon Tea set amidst the dramatic architecture. And now you can take that luxurious experience home with you by way of their range of teas, coffees, confectionery and nibbles…