Have you ever imagined how dinning in an Igloo would feel like? You can now try out this special experience at Coppa Club in London.
The Coppa Club has installed eight igloo-style PVC party-domes along the Thames, with the stunning view over the Thames, with the Tower Bridge as your background. Each dome is fully heated, and is equipped with sheep skin blankets to enrich that festive cosy feeling. Three of the igloos will have large circular tables which can seat groups of up to eight, while the other igloos are kitted out as cosy riverside lounges.
Coppa Club offers a wide range of menu, during our visit, we have ordered a deep fried squid as an entree, a pork loin and steak as main. The deep fried squid was very crunchy and the dipping sauce tasted great, and must I say the pork loin was super tender and juicy, it may have been one of the best I have ever had!
One thing I must mentioned, the service here was amazing! The staffs here are extremely welcoming, and are happy to give you suggestions on the food and wines 🙂
Drinks and Dessert at the Igloos
The receptionist has reserved us a table at the Igloo while we were having our dinner. One thing to note is, you will have to pay your dinner bill inside first, as they do not allow you to combine the bill from the indoor dinning and igloo dinning.
We ordered a glass of Old Fashioned, a hot festive tea, and a piece of cheesecake to finish our our night!
These igloos have been very popular, and no longer are they taking any more reservations at the moment. But they do keep some igloos back every day for walk-ins on a first-come, first-served basis.
The best option is to come on a weekday for their dinner, and while enjoying your dinner, be sure to let the receptionist know that you are keen to have a drink later inside the igloos, they will usually reserve a spot for you 🙂
The igloos will be here until Feb, be sure to go visit before then!
2 thoughts on “Festive Special – Igloos by the Thames River by Coppa Club”
This is super nice!! I would love to dine in igloo too.
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