The History of Brunching

One of life’s pleasures that the pandemic took away from us was brunching. Who didn’t miss gathering with friends, sipping Mimosas and enjoying a wide range of delicious dishes?

Thankfully, we are now able to spend our weekends brunching with friends, instead of laying down on the couch for the whole day, gazing longly out of the window.

We all love a good brunch, but not many people know the history behind this original meal. For this, we should all thank Guy Beringer who coined the term in Britain in 1895 to describe a Sunday meal for “Saturday-night carousers”. 

The author was inspired by his own hangover to write the essay “Brunch: a Plea!”. The term was a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch, which was described very similarly to the concept of brunch we are familiar with: rising late, gathering your mates and chatting the afternoon away. 

Brunch in 2021

We all know that Londoners love brunch. From bottomless prosecco to beach brunch and karaoke, brunch themes are ever-growing.

Temakinho London is no different. With the help of the Posh Cockney team, Temakinho will kick off its brunch offering on Old Compton Street on the 26th of June, before taking the party to Tower Bridge the following week.

Temakinho gives a new meaning to the concept of traditional brunching by adding a touch of Japanese and Brasilian culture. Forget the traditional eggs benedict and be ready to immerse yourself into a vibrant atmosphere. 

“Brunch … is cheerful, sociable, and inciting. It is talk-compelling,” Beringer claimed in his essay. The Posh Cockney team definitely agrees with him, therefore, we made sure to build a dynamic and entertaining space where to spend your Saturday with family and friends. 

Live music to keep the spirit high, original nipo-brasilian dishes and plenty of tropical cocktails. What’s not to love? 

If you are interested in joining our party, don’t forget to pre-book a ticket as we will only accept reservations on that day.

Posh Cockney is always in search of exciting and original ways to market their clients. The Temakinho brunch is only one of the many initiatives we have developed this year. If you are interested in finding out more about the campaigns Posh Cockney could develop for your business, get in touch today.


Taste of London

Food Festivals to look forward to this summer

Summer 2021 is fast approaching and we want to share with you some of the most exciting and highly anticipated food festivals that are coming our way. We no longer have to witness those empty streets, closed businesses or cancelled events- it’s time to fill those calendars. You don’t want to miss out on these perfect foodie days out!

London Festivals

London Craft Beer Festival

When: 13th, 14th and 15th August 2021

Where: Tobacco Dock, London

 

London Craft Beer Festival

 

Picture being sat in the sizzling heat, surrounded by friends, funk soul disco beats and a cold glass of world-class beer. London Craft Beer Festival is the capital’s favourite celebration of craft beer with over 100 world-class breweries expected to pour 100s of heavenly beers. Beer is not the only thing to be excited about at this event, with many pop-up kitchens full of delicious food and headliner music acts including Hip Hop Karaoke. 

For more info: londoncraftbeerfestival.co.uk

Taste of London

When: 7th-11th July and 14th-18th July 2021

Where: Regent’s Park, London

Taste of London

It really is all in the name with this magnificent food festival as it sets out to provide a next level food-fuelled garden party, welcoming the biggest of foodies and London businesses to indulge in 10 days of feasting. The festival is renowned for a huge mix of the most popular London restaurants, future food heroes and an overall vibrant atmosphere. This festival brings the best of food, tantalizing your tastebuds and so much more.

For more info: Home – Taste of London: The World’s Greatest Food Festival in London (tastefestivals.com)

 

National Geographic Traveller Food Festival

When: 17th-18th July 2021

Where: Business Design Centre, Islington, London

National Geographic Traveller Food Festival

This prestigious festival is making an unmissable comeback, offering foodies an action-packed two-day event from a celebrated publication that promises an unforgettable culinary experience. Where else will you be given the opportunity to be a part of such an extraordinary and immersive occasion that welcomes you to taste food and drink from across the globe. You are invited to hear from experts in the field including your favourite chefs and cookbook authors as well as, join masterclasses to take home with you food inspiration and top tips.

For more info: Home – Food Festival 2021 | National Geographic Traveller (UK) (natgeotraveller.co.uk)

 

If you’re wanting to venture a bit further outside of the streets of London, there are also some impressive food festivals across the UK that you will most certainly want to get your teeth stuck into. 

 

Festivals in the UK

Bigfoot Festival

When: 18th-20th June 2021

Where: Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire

Bigfoot Festival

The Bigfoot Festival is making its debut this year and we can’t wait to welcome it with open arms! It sets out to take place in a picturesque destination, by a beautiful lake and the grounds of Ragley Hall. It is the world’s first craft beer music festival that is open to all, equipped with a diverse programme that offers bundles of family-friendly fun from day to night. The ethos stating indy, artisan, small food and drink business are all at the heart of the Bigfoot festival.

For more info: Bigfoot Festival — 18-20.06.21

 

Paul Ainsworth’s Travelling Feast

When: 6th-20th August

Where: Cornwall (from Boconnoc to Padstow)

Paul Ainsworth’s Travelling Feast

Paul Ainsworth, the Cornwall-based celebrity chef, has created a new and exciting roadshow that has been described as the ultimate staycation and festival this summer! The festival will be setting up shop across idyllic views across the Cornish coastline, accompanied by award-winning chefs, mouth-watering grub and intimate gigs. The perfect opportunity to be a part of an impressive food journey where you are able to pick as many routes as you please. Camping has never sounded so good!

For more info: Travelling Feast

And of course, it is important to mention that the festival’s above are following Government guidelines to ensure that everyone attending is safe and secure. Oh and make sure you arrive hungry!


A Bright Future for Hospitality in London

London and its vibrant hospitality sector are finally reopening their doors thanks to the final stages of lockdown being lifted. A new opportunity for development, rebuilding, and memories to be made with the endless list of pending brunch dates logged into our calendars.

Working within Hospitality hasn’t been easy in the last year or so, but the future looks bright, especially with us and our partners here at Posh Cockney. Just this weekend, Temakinho Soho opened up to the public for the first time and brought a slice of South American sunshine to the rainy weather of London. Not that the weather can stop anyone from enjoying themselves when a Caipirinha is involved! 

Temakinho Tower Bridge will soon follow in the Soho site’s footsteps, and we can’t wait to watch this incredible Japanese-Brazilian fusion make their mark on the food industry, becoming the next amazing hotspot for sushi and cocktails in the city. 

 

Another client, Ritu London, will be opening this summer, bringing delicious authentic Indian dishes to St. John’s Wood. Inspired by each distinctive season of India, Ritu is the perfect location to encounter local seasonal produce and a unique culinary experience.

Happy London will be open to welcome the public on the 19th of May, a bar and grill particularly catered towards families with a fantastic kids menu, brand new sushi menu, and their signature Broken Burger. With a 25 year reputation in the hospitality sector around the world, Happy London are a welcome addition to the family.

 

 

The positivity continued with Posh Cockney’s Founder and CEO Liam Norval confirming the first ever live event for our latest venture, Hospitality Titans, where a number of specialists in the industry will come together to provide inspiring support and motivation via the Titan Talks. This groundbreaking event will be held at 12 Hay Hill on the 29th of June, and we hope to see you all there for the first of many events made specifically for nurturing the future of Hospitality. Tickets can be booked via the Hospitality Titans website.

 

EGGOLAND, a brand new egg based restaurant led by our client Sohail Ahmad, boasts a menu with options for everyone, with a variety of vegan and vegetarian meals, all 100% halal. Opening soon in Fitzrova, Sohail has a phenomenal story – a refugee who came to the UK at just 12 years old, he has built himself from the ground up. A success story in his own right, Sohail became a professional boxer and is now setting his sights on a career in the hospitality sector. We’re sure it will be an egg-celent decision!

With so many exciting new projects launching, we wish our clients the best of luck in their endeavours and will be by their side every step of the way. Hospitality is a difficult industry, but it is incredibly rewarding and builds thriving partnerships and long lasting success. With the events of the last year now firmly in the past, we can set our sights on the future, and guide the hospitality industry into bigger, better days.


Top 5 London Hotspots

Brighter days are ahead as we not only begin to approach summer but have been given the all-clear by Boris Johnson, who has confirmed that indoor hospitality settings will be able to reopen Monday 17th May. England is finally moving into the third phase of the roadmap out of lockdown and with that, we can finally let out a sigh of relief- although hopefully not too soon.

From Monday, pubs and restaurants can begin to welcome groups of up to six people or two households, indoors for the very first time since around December last year. Now is the time to scramble to your nearest phone or laptop and get those dates booked in for some overdue good food with your friends and family. Unsure of where to start and in need of some inspiration? We’ve got you covered with some wonderful venues and delicious food options to choose from.

Temakinho London

Brazilian-Japanese restaurant group Temakinho is set to make an exciting comeback with its relaunch of both its Tower Bridge & Old Compton Street venues this month. Temakinho can offer you a stimulating and combined experience of flavours, taken from the Japanese culinary tradition and paired with the vibrant tastes and colours of Brazil that will be sure to dance across your palate.

The menu is bursting with an array of delicious options including Petiscos (Brazilian appetizers), Tartaras, Ceviche, Sushi Rolls and Temakis. It is also one for veggie lovers with many vegetarian-friendly options for you to enjoy. Now we’ve discussed the food, let’s move onto the all-important cocktails options. Temakinho offers a delicious range of incredible cocktails, perfect to accompany your meal or enjoy on its own. You will not want to miss the relaunch!

 

Happy London

It’s all in the name with this inviting restaurant; Happy will leave you beaming from the great atmosphere to the delicious menu of flavoursome food and appetizing cocktails that is served with a smile. Happy is located in the heart of London, in Piccadilly Circus, a fantastic location that you will find takes the buzz from the bustling streets and bright lights outside directly into this entirely family-run restaurant. 

Happy is a place you should most definitely consider visiting this summer with its authentic and real food, vibrant atmosphere and delightful decor. Not to mention, its low prices that make Happy a top choice for Lunch or Dinner in London and a great alternative to fast-food restaurants. Happy has plenty of new and exciting dishes to offer you including mac and cheese bun burgers, Catalan style prawns and a brand new sushi menu. Tables will undoubtedly be filling up fast, so make sure you don’t miss out!

 

Mike’s

Mike’s is the brand new pizzeria joint in Peckham’s Copeland Park and has been praised for its delicious, authentic slices topped with fancy ingredients. They pride themselves on having created a space for their own style of pizza, bringing London-style pizzas straight to Peckham. How does radicchio, gorgonzola dolce, sage and walnuts served on slow-fermented, bouncy, twice-baked dough sound? Here you will try pizza like no other.

 

The restaurant has a promising selection of small plates along with an exciting weekend brunch menu and even a range of seasonal wines and locally brewed beers to accompany the slices packed full of flavour. The single sheet menu provides a fuss-free evening of lip-smacking goodness, that will leave you wanting more.

 

Kiln

Kiln is an open fire restaurant that serves traditional Thai Grill dishes that are cooked on a wood burning kiln oven and grills. Kiln has received some truly outstanding reviews- and for good reason! You can expect some seriously enticing and spicy plates from their Jungle Curry of Wood Pigeon to their Half Lobster with Curried Head Meat, providing delicious and explosive flavours that you will be sure to tell your friends about.

The restaurant provides locally sourced and high quality produce with its seasonal menu. It’s both affordable and fun! If placed at a counter, you will be invited to gain a slice of the action and watch the chefs create the meals you will be feasting upon- you won’t be disappointed.

 

Hide

Hide is a modern, five-star British restaurant on London’s Piccadilly, that offers a multi-floor dining spectacular experience whilst also enjoying the views across Green Park. Hide has trailblazed its way through the top end of London’s restaurant scene, making a name for itself as an outlet for sublime food morning to night.

It is focused mainly on tasting menus with some exquisite choices including Herdwick lamb smoked over eucalyptus to a Brixham crab tartlet, that are paired with a variety of rich, top-quality wines. You will also find an a la carte menu of dishes that has been created to perfectly suit you and your guests. You can even enjoy a Michelin-starred picnic in Green Park in their appetising and delicate gourmet boxes. It really is a multi-trick pony that your tastebuds will thank you for.

 


Posh Cockney News!

This year has been turbulent, to say the least. Yet at Posh Cockney, when the going gets tough we always manage to pull through stronger. 

This month we have signed some incredible new clients, started our second Future Star Programme and welcomed a new member to our senior management team. All whilst supporting our incredible client venues in their post lockdown reopening.

Let’s take a look at some of those clients and what they’ve been up to!

Temakinho

If you enjoy live entertainment with a side of sushi and cocktails, Temakinho is the place for you. 

Japanese-Brazilian fusion restaurant, Temakinho is set to reopen its doors in both its Tower Bridge and Soho sites.

Things have looked very uncertain for the future of the group in London. However, thanks to the addition of two new partners, Hospitality Director at LXA Pete Warden and Posh Cockney CEO Liam Norval, Temakinho London is ready to bounce back, just in time for the relaxation of restrictions.

During COVID-19 awareness of sustainability has been at the forefront of people’s minds. Temakinho has connected with this climate by introducing a “no plastic” restaurant to ensure that you can enjoy your dinner with a clear conscience. 

EGGOLAND

Talk about hitting the ground running…Sohail Ahmad and his story from Refugee to Restaurant Owner has been all the hype for the press.  

With their opening date fast approaching, we have provided the ultimate run-up for their business, the egg-themed restaurant has already featured in articles such as Hot Dinners, Catering Today, Big Hospitality, and Halal Girl About Town, with many more in the pipeline. 

This quirky idea will not be one to miss! We can’t wait to watch this brand grow and are delighted to be involved.

Happy London 

Happy is back! Posh Cockney are thrilled to continue to work with this fantastic venue and can’t wait to continue to share its story.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to book a table as they have finally released their reopening date: 19th May. 

Alongside their reopening, there have been some changes in the Happy restaurant, including their brand-new sushi menu and heated outdoor seating area. 

Ritu, Seasons of India

 Sick of unauthentic Indian restaurants… Ritu is a new restaurant in St. John’s Wood that is committed to serving authentic Indian food with love. 

Working closely with Ritu, we have helped them find a voice among all the Indian restaurants in London. So far, getting them featured in issues such as Big Hospitality, Catering Today, and Hot Dinners 

Posh Cockney have also designed a fantastic new website for Ritu and well as creating and managing their social media pages.

Biscuit Boutique

We are SO excited about this brand new client. Biscuit Boutique create incredible hand-decorated mosaic biscuits and they really do taste as good as they look!

Our PR team have been hard at work on this one and we can’t wait to share with you some fantastic press coverage very soon.

 

Celestial Cinema 

Celestial Cinema and Posh Cockney have been working together for a while now and are delighted to be continuing this relationship as they introduce their brand new products to the market. 

Make sure to stay connected with them on social media as we have some incredible new campaigns in the pipeline for this exciting brand. 

 

 With the 17th May just around the corner why not book at a table at one of these yummy restaurants. Or simply just show them support on their social media accounts, to know that you are doing your bit to support the hospitality industry in these difficult times. 


The first Mask free Musical Festival is Here

On Sunday 2nd May, Festival Republic will be hosting an outdoor concert at Liverpool’s Sefton Park that will be attended by 5,000 people. Once they are through the gates, the crowd will not be required to wear face coverings or socially distance. 

             

So basically, it sounds like a normal festival…where you can dance and not worry about the shame of breaking the 2m rule when you accidentally brush past a stranger…surely not? 

With tickets for the festival priced at £29.50 and artists such as the Blossoms, The Lathums and Liverpool singer-songwriter Zuzu performing, it all sounds too good to be true! 

But whilst people will definitely be enjoying themselves, the purpose of the festival is to get scientific data about how events could be permitted to safely reopen as part of the roadmap out of lockdown, commencing no earlier than June 21st. 

The Sefton Park Pilot is part of the Governments Events Research Programme which last Sunday, meant that 4,000 people were able to attend the FA Cup Semi-Final at Wembley Stadium. The programme is being run in partnership with Culture Liverpool to trial approaches to managing and mitigating transmission risks at outdoor events. 

At the festival, the crowd will be monitored by researchers and ticket holders are asked to: 

  • Take a lateral flow test at a local test centre 24 hours prior to entry. 
  • Show proof of a negative test result to gain entry to the festival. 
  • Take a test after the event to ensure any transmission of the virus is properly monitored and contained.
  • Provide contact details for NHS Test and Trace to ensure that everyone can be traced in the event of a positive test. 

The information gathered from events as part of the Research Programme will be crucial to how all venues – from major sport stadiums and theatres to wedding venues, conference centres and nightclubs – could operate safely this summer. The programme of pilots will explore how different approaches to social distancing, ventilation and testing protocols could ease opening and maximise participation.

For the events and hospitality industry this means that there will be (hopefully) clear government policies, informed by concrete scientific data, about the conditions of their re-opening. The programme’s collection of scientific data will also increase public confidence in the safety of the events and hospitality industry and encourage people to return.  

Managing Director of Festival Republic, Melvin Benn says;

‘This event is not about pushing vaccines or passports , we do not want to limit attendance to our events in any way. Working with the government we want to create a universal blueprint for reopening and demonstrate we can do it safely. Live music is a vital part of so many people’s lives. This event is the first step in getting festivals back on track this year. It’s about demonstrating our absolute commitment that we can and will open on June 21st. We want to get festival fans back at events safely this year. We all need a summer of live music.’

Over the past year the hospitality and events industry has been neglected and any guidance given has been unclear and vague. So, it is certainly exciting to see a research programme being created and implemented now, to prepare for the future and ensure that the industry is ready and raring to come back better than ever this summer.


Friends in Garden

Navigating Life After Lockdown

If the government’s roadmap out of lockdown goes to plan, all restrictions could be eased by the 21st June. 

Whilst some of us may be fantasising about being in a crowded pub, squished up to our friends whilst we wait for a drink at the bar, others may be feeling a little apprehensive about coming out of lockdown, because well, it’s been a while.  

If you are a part of the latter group, you are not alone! With all the Instagram posts about what restaurants people are missing and the relentless TikToks of people’s outfit ideas of what to wear to a pub garden, it may feel like you are, but trust me, you’re not. 

From going in and out of national lockdowns, life has been unpredictable, and it has been a difficult year for us all. The idea of life going back to ‘normal’ is quite daunting when it is hard to even remember what that ‘normal’ is like. Throughout the pandemic, we have adapted and changed our routines to feel safer, and so, it is completely normal to feel worried, anxious or stressed about suddenly returning to old patterns of life.  

The team here at Posh Cockney have been chatting and have put together some steps you can take to make the transitional return back to life after lockdown a little less daunting, and a little more manageable. 

 

Go at your own pace 

Reactions to restrictions easing will vary from person to person. Some people will want to see everyone and do everything at 100 mph, whereas others may be more reluctant to return to socialising. It is important to be mindful and respectful of how other people are feeling. 

If you are feeling anxious, perhaps meet up with just one or two people at first to gently ease yourself back into social settings. One thing we have learnt throughout this year is that rushing doesn’t solve anything, take your time and go at your own pace.

Friends in Garden

Make some plans! 

If you decide to take your time in returning back to social settings, making plans is a great way to do it in an organised and achievable way. 

Perhaps it’s going over to a friend’s house or going to a restaurant; jot down what you want to do and focus on achieving one thing at a time to prevent yourself getting overwhelmed. 

Be flexible

Now, I know I said to make plans, but I think lockdown has made us realise how quickly plans can be disrupted and things can change overnight. 

Perhaps limit how far into the future you plan (e.g., look at what’s happening each week as opposed to months in advance). This will not only limit the chances of disappointment if things do get cancelled, but it will enable you to feel a greater sense of control over the present. 

In with the new…

From going on a daily walk to setting aside an hour a day to read, many of us have created new lockdown habits. And just because things will be returning back to normal, it doesn’t mean that they have to be left behind! 

Lockdown has highlighted the importance of self-care and finding some ‘me-time’ amid a busy day. Make sure you find the time to keep doing the things that make you happy, no one else will!

Out with the old

But perhaps you’ve also picked up some bad lockdown habits… Maybe you’re waking up at noon every day because well, you don’t need to commute to work, or maybe you’ve fallen victim to ordering Deliveroo every night. Well, coming out of lockdown is the perfect time to break these bad habits, reset, and start afresh. 

Finding a new routine and setting yourself goals will relieve stress and anxiety, keep you motivated and keep you focussed. 

Be present. 

The lead up to what people are describing as the Big Day of Freedom is exciting, but yes, it’s okay to admit that it makes you feel apprehensive. 

It took time to adjust to lockdown and it will take time to adjust coming out of it. So as the roadmap out of lockdown progresses, try implementing some of these tips into your life to make it a little easier. 

Take a deep breath, focus on the present, and take one step at a time.

 


Making the most of the Rule of Six

Boris’ roadmap out of lockdown means that as of the 29th of March we are finally able to meet outside in groups of six or with one other household, whilst still practising social distancing of course. That will take us one step closer to the 21st of June, where hopefully all restrictions will be finally coming to an end. So, while we wait let’s make the most out of the rule of six.  

We have put together some of the best games and activities to do in your group of six. Some games work best in pairs, some need four players, but which games work best in sixes?

Boardgames and Cards

Cluedo, it’s your time to shine. A game of mystery and crime-solving, based around six characters. The game is at its best when played by six people. Notepads at the ready, was it you Miss Scarlett?

Game of Thrones fans, this one’s for you. Six is the optimal playing number for this board game, inspired by the TV show. This is a game of planning, strategy and betrayal, as you fight for your place on the Iron Throne.

Whilst enjoyable with any number or players, UNO is a sure way to keep people entertained. Other card games like Go Fish and Rummy are a great, fun way to pass the time.

Outdoor Activities

The weather is getting warmer and that definitely calls for a garden party, albeit a smaller one than you’re probably used to. Nevertheless, garden parties are a great way to utilise the rule of six whilst adhering to the government rules. 

Whilst on the subject of warmer weather, throwing a barbeque is another great activity to do in a group of six. Not only can you mark the beginnings of the upcoming summer with this classic smokey activity, but who doesn’t love a good barbeque. 

Scavenger hunts. With Easter coming up just around the corner, we’ll be able to celebrate it with a classic scavenger hunt. Scavenger hunts don’t just have to be for the kids either. Adults alike can get in on the fun and now we’ll be able to do it with six of our closest friends or our favourite household. 

During our numerous lockdowns, a lot of us have taken up fitness and exercise but group sport activities have been truly missed. With the new lifted restrictions, group sports are a great way to spend time with our chosen six as well keeping fit. 

Movies

And to finish our list, a good old film night. Hosting a film night watching either family favourites or the new blockbusters are the perfect activity to do with your friends and family. Why not get your hands on Celestial Cinema’s Home Edition boxes and take your movie night outside!?

 


The Show Must Go On

Ibiza night operator Pacha Group will take over the Café de Paris, one of London’s oldest nightclubs with current plans to reopen the club as a cabaret venue. 

The chief executive of Pacha, Nick McCabe commented, “Café de Paris has been an icon of the West End since the 1920s, so it is a great privilege to be taking it on into the next phase of life”. 

The London landmark, which originally opened in 1924, has previously attracted some of the top celebrities and A-listers, including Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, and Noël Coward. 

Despite its long history, Maxwell Restaurants had to announce the news that the company had gone into liquidation on December 19 because of COVID-19, which ultimately resulted in 400 job losses.

An Iconic Name Change

Pacha has plans to reopen the site under its cabaret restaurant concept Lío, to prevent Café de Paris from going under, which previously ran a successful London pop-up in 2019. It has plans to be transformed and be a symbol to the London Ibiza Club Group.

The decision to rename the venue has caused much controversy as Cafe de Paris has been a landmark venue in London for generations.

Lío is expected to launch between the end of 2021 or the start of 2022. Pacha says that attendees can “expect a unique and surprising display where dinner, cabaret and club come together”. 

It will be interesting now that Lío Cabaret & Club Ibiza has a permanent space in the London club scene and brings to question how successful it will be. 

Despite Pacha having only been limited to Ibiza previously, they have also announced numerous other openings which include two on Mykonos, where most Brits spend their holidays.

“It is fantastic to have Pacha come back to London and save this iconic venue. Even though it will be trading under a different name, it will still be providing the same unforgettable experience and allow people to enjoy this phenomenal venue for many more years to come.” – Former Director of Marketing at Cafe de Paris and Posh Cockney CEO, Liam Norval

Make sure to send in your opinion about this new change on Instagram @poshcockneyltd.

Want to know more about Cafe de Paris? Read our recent article on the closing of this much-loved venue here. 


Luxury Travel, just got Better

Posh Cockney Luxury Travel and Concierge is growing, and we hope you’ll join us.

We have expanded our services to two of the newest hotspot destinations; Dubai and Las Vegas. With a wide array of top hotels and experiences, Posh Cockney travel and concierge really are the best if you’re looking to plan a trip of a lifetime!

Luxury travel is now at the centre of a Global Luxury Travel Ecosystem of experiences.  Here at Posh Cockney, our travel and concierge service was born from a desire to remove the stress of booking and organising luxury holidays, as well as a desire to provide the utmost unique holidays! From helicopter transfers to private jets, we have you covered.

"We are absolutely delighted to be able to open our luxury travel and concierge division up again. Obviously, covid hit us hard, but we have been busy working behind the scenes with new partners in Dubai and Vegas, as well as a new aviation partner and we are really excited for the potential of travel this year. It is unfortunately still a wait-and-see game and will be dictated to by the global situations. But, if you are looking to travel this year and would like to travel in style, by private jet, yacht charter or chauffeur-driven car, taken first-class to a destination of your choice, please get in touch with us today and we will make sure you have a phenomenal experience."

— Liam Norval, Posh Cockney CEO

Why travel with Posh Cockney?

With our incredible team of experts on hand 24/7 you can rest assured that every detail will be taken care of to the highest standard. It’s time for you to be treated like the VIP we know you are.

We have ambassadors all over the world who can organise entry into the most exclusive clubs and venues with no need to wait in line. Thanks to our amazing connections we can also secure restaurant bookings at those hard-to-book places.

From the moment you reach out until you arrive safely home you will experience the true essence of luxury travel whilst being continually supported by our exceptional concierge team. 

Ready for a holiday of a lifetime?

So, whether you want to race supercars in Las Vegas or Zip-line through the Dubai Fountain, let us arrange it all for you. We offer exceptional experiences, from luxury serviced homes to the world’s top hotels, we are here to facilitate your every need.

Head to our Luxury Travel and Concierge page and browse through the destinations we have on offer.

Don’t see what you’re looking for? We are constantly expanding our partners and have lots more exciting destinations in the pipeline. So, get in touch with our team today, to find out how we can help.

No request is too big or too small.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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