Every month Szerelmey holds a breakfast meeting for clients at the Wolseley, Piccadilly. Not only does it provide a slap up breakfast, but it is a great networking opportunity. We have found that more often than not guests will know each other or have overlapping connections, and have even ended up finding mutually beneficial work opportunities. The Wolseley is a stunning stone building designed and built in 1921 by the architect William Curtis Green – Szerelmey have just completed extensive works on another of his buildings, which is now the New Scotland Yard! The Wolseley was commissioned by Wolseley Motors Ltd as their headquarters and show rooms, although sadly the company became bankrupt in 1926. In 1927 Barclays Bank took the ornate building on and operated from here for many years before it was extensively restored and opened as a restaurant in 2003. Our breakfasts take place in the private dining area that looks out over the ground floor of the restaurant where many a celebrity can often be spotted! These images show us having a quiet moment before our guests arrive.


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