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The Dinner hosted by Ollie Dabbous x Hedonism Wines

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Step aboard the vintage carriages at London Victoria for an evening of culinary delights, hosted by celebrated chef, Ollie Dabbous.

Step aboard the iconic British Pullman for an extraordinary evening hosted by one of the UK’s most talented, exciting and talked-about chefs: Ollie Dabbous. Travelling in the train’s sumptuous Art Deco carriages, prepare for a fabulous fine dining event hosted by Ollie and his friends at Hedonism Wines. You are welcomed aboard the train at London Victoria station, ready for a scenic round trip through the North Downs and Guildford. Sit back in your plush armchair at a table set with crisp white linen and sparkling glassware. Absorb details such as intricate marquetry, woven brass luggage racks and silken lampshades. Each individually decorated carriage transports you back in time to a more refined age of travel. As the train glides out of London, anticipate the first enticing dish in a seasonal five-course tasting menu. Each exquisite speciality has been prepared on board by Ollie Dabbous and his crew and is paired with specially selected wines from the incredible team at Hedonism. Savour each delicacy while soaking up the convivial atmosphere that flows through the carriages. As coffee and petits fours are served, Ollie will pass through the train to greet guests.


  • Round-trip travel aboard the British Pullman luxury train
  • Welcome champagne reception on board
  • Seasonal tasting menu by Ollie Dabbous, each course paired with fine wines and champagne
  • Coffee, tea and petits fours

Ollie Dabbous


Ollie Dabbous

Ollie Dabbous has achieved remarkable success as co-founder and Executive Chef of HIDE in London’s Piccadilly. As well as a Michelin star, awarded just six months after opening, he gained ‘Best Restaurant’ at the coveted GQ Food & Drink Awards and even won a design award for his eponymous cookbook. Mayfair-based Hedonism Wines is a multi-award-winning mecca for lovers of fine labels. It supplies HIDE with the most extensive wine list in London, if not the world.

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    Dress code:

    Gentlemen are requested to wear Black Tie, with equivalent for ladies.

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