Tempus Hot List: April 2024

We have rounded up the hottest events, openings and collaborations for you to enjoy in the month of April

April hot listBook a table at Pavyllon London when Two Michelin-Starred Paris Sushi Counter L’Abysse pops up in Mayfair

Omakase is fast becoming the latest experiential dining trend in London and, at the end of this month, two-Michelin star Parisian hotspot L’Abysse will bring its famed sushi counter to London for the first time, with a pop up at Yanneck Alleno’s recently-opened London outpost, Pavyllon. This one-of-a-kind Omakase dining experience, hosted by master sushi chef Yasunari Okazaki, will be available to book for two days only – the 26 and 27 April – and will take place at the eight-seater bar counter in Pavyllon London’s private dining room. Signature dishes will include L’Abysse panko crust sea urchin with grapefruit; French sake kasu scallops tartare; hand-shaped nigiri; and fire grilled langoustines with crispy seaweed. The Omakase Menu is priced at £390pp, available for lunch from 12pm and dinner from 7:00pm on 26 & 27 April. A sake, wine and tea pairing is available at an additional £200 per person.

Pavyllonlondon.comApril hot listMake an appointment for a full body health MOT at Surrenne

Luxury hospitality group Maybourne – behind the iconic London institutions Claridge’s, The Connaught, and The Berkeley – has announced the launch of SURRENNE in Knightsbridge. Described as a wellbeing and longevity member’s club, the concept, which is set to open in this month alongside the group’s new London hotel, The Emory, goes beyond the traditional spa offering, taking a 360 approach to wellbeing, working alongside thought leaders in this space to introduce both a holistic and cutting-edge treatments. Set across floors and spanning nearly 2000 sqm, it features a gym, 22m swimming pool with sound system for in water meditation, and a global first Longevity Clinic in partnership with Virtusan offering members diagnostics and bespoke programmes to ensure optimal performance and wellbeing. The club will also welcome the UK’s first studio from A-list fitness expert, Tracy Anderson, medical grade skincare by leading surgeon and skin expert Dr Lara Devgan, and a menu curated by nutritionist Rosemary Ferugson at the SURRENNE Café. 

surrenne.com London MarathonCheer on runners at this year’s London Marathon 

It is that time of year again, when nearly 50,000 enthusiastic runners take to the streets of London to run its famous 26.2 mile run from Blackheath to Buckingham Palace in the name of a good cause. This year’s London Marathon will take place on Sunday 21 April, and whether you’re taking part or are a bystander, nothing unites the city quite like the camaraderie and wholesome sportsmanship that the Marathon inspires. The first runners set off around 10am so make sure to get out there early (perhaps accompanied by a cooler bag complete with fizz and nibbles) to get a good spot along the route and cheer them along! 

tcslondonmarathon.comGo and see “The Last Caravaggio” at The National Gallery

Caravaggio is well known as being perhaps the most rebellious and enigmatic of the Italian Renaissance painters, and his paintings are a potent reflection of this. Controversial, theatrical and characterised by his use of shadow and light, he painted arguably his darkest and most dramatic works in the latter years of his life. ‘The Last Caravaggio’ at the National Gallery showcases his last-known work ‘The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula’ (1610, Gallerie d’Italia, Naples), which is coming to London for the first time in 20 years and will be displayed alongside the letter that describes its creation, and the galley’s own late Caravaggio, ‘Salome with the Head of John the Baptist’ (1609–10). 


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