The difference in the fine details

The difference in the fine details

When you’ve learned your trade under the guidance of world-leading Michelin-star chefs, detail gets under your skin. In fact, no detail is too small.

When The Bracebridge chefs Scott and Steven Lewis, started to plan in detail the look and feel of their new restaurant, they didn’t forget the minutiae that will set them apart from other establishments.

This included collaborating with Gloucestershire-based ceramics and pottery specialist Reckless Designs to create bespoke mugs, tea cups, saucers and tagines, all individually branded with The Bracebridge name.

Hand-painted in shades of teal, turquoise and marine blue, and finished with a luxurious gold trim, the pottery perfectly complements the lavish decor and interiors of new restaurant.

“We wanted to ensure that our diners enjoy the entire experience here at The Bracebridge,” say Scott and Steven. “The first-class food and service are obvious markers of quality, but working in top restaurants around the world has given us a unique insight into how focusing on the smaller details can set one establishment apart from others.

“We wanted to inject our personalities into every aspect of our restaurant and we loved partnering up with Reckless Designs to come up with key pieces that demonstrate our unique style. We are over the moon with our luxurious, personalised wares.”

The brothers trained under Michel Roux Jr and honed their craft in some of London’s top restaurants including Quaglinos, La Tante Claire and the The Halkin Hotel.