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Jenny Frost, Blake and Nico - Cow & Gate has teamed up with Jenny Frost, mum to 9 month-old twin girls Blake and Nico, to launch Purée, the UK's first ever dining experience designed exclusively for babies. Offering a first taste of the finer things in life, Puréeprovides an immersive sensory experience that is all about the little (ones) details. Delivering silver-spoon service in a sensational setting, Purée has been designed with babies' sight, sound and taste in mind.Culminatingin a truly memorable meal occasion, the restaurant will be serving up tasty, top quality Cow & Gate meals. Working with handpicked farmers and growers, Cow & Gate sources only the best quality ingredients for their foods, which can be appreciated in style at Purée. The exclusive eatery aims todazzle all the senses of its tiny discerning diners and have them goo-goo-gaga'ing for more. To enhance the experience off the plate, all little patrons will have access to the VIB (Very Important Baby) soft play area, which incorporates bold black and white repetitive patterns with splashes of bright red to delight the sights. Inspired by of-the-moment establishments, like Soho House, the Purée soft play area serves as the perfect chill-out zone, as well as a stimulating place to mingle with others. And if that wasn't enough to delight the senses, patrons will also be able to view one-off Cow & Gate artworks exhibited in the restaurant. Injecting Cow & Gate's fun and bright personality into the otherwise monochrome decor, bespoke pieces will include Warhol-inspired Cow & Gate jars and even drip-and-splash Pollock-styled canvases. With eye-popping visual touches and taste buds tickled, Cow & Gate's resident pianist will also be on hand to round off the all-immersive sensory experience with nursery rhyme renditions of all-time favourites, like Baa-Baa Black Sheep and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, on the baby grand piano. After all, what would a fine-dining establishment be without a pianist tickling the ivories? Jenny - United Kingdom - Friday 15th November 2013


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Caption: Jenny Frost, Blake and Nico - Cow & Gate has teamed up with Jenny Frost, mum to 9 month-old twin girls Blake and Nico, to launch Purée, the UK's first ever dining experience designed exclusively for babies. Offering a first taste of the finer things in life, Puréeprovides an immersive sensory experience that is all about the little (ones) details. Delivering silver-spoon service in a sensational setting, Purée has been designed with babies' sight, sound and taste in mind.Culminatingin a truly memorable meal occasion, the restaurant will be serving up tasty, top quality Cow & Gate meals. Working with handpicked farmers and growers, Cow & Gate sources only the best quality ingredients for their foods, which can be appreciated in style at Purée. The exclusive eatery aims todazzle all the senses of its tiny discerning diners and have them goo-goo-gaga'ing for more. To enhance the experience off the plate, all little patrons will have access to the VIB (Very Important Baby) soft play area, which incorporates bold black and white repetitive patterns with splashes of bright red to delight the sights. Inspired by of-the-moment establishments, like Soho House, the Purée soft play area serves as the perfect chill-out zone, as well as a stimulating place to mingle with others. And if that wasn't enough to delight the senses, patrons will also be able to view one-off Cow & Gate artworks exhibited in the restaurant. Injecting Cow & Gate's fun and bright personality into the otherwise monochrome decor, bespoke pieces will include Warhol-inspired Cow & Gate jars and even drip-and-splash Pollock-styled canvases. With eye-popping visual touches and taste buds tickled, Cow & Gate's resident pianist will also be on hand to round off the all-immersive sensory experience with nursery rhyme renditions of all-time favourites, like Baa-Baa Black Sheep and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, on the baby grand piano. After all, what would a fine-dining establishment be without a pianist tickling the ivories? Jenny - United Kingdom - Friday 15th November 2013
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