“The manner of giving is worth more than the gift.” —Pierre Corneille
Christmas is a special time, a time when gifts are at the top of our priority lists and imagination is at its peak – so just how beneficial is gift giving during the festive period, both for you and the recipient? Is it always important to give?
The answer must be yes, particularly when you take the time and trouble to buy special and thoughtful surprises for friends, family and colleagues alike.
Whilst it feels good to be on the receiving end, there’s a fantastic feeling of self-gratification when you hand over a gift that pleases. A present, no matter how big or small, is a sign of love. It is a gesture of thoughtfulness and can make the world of difference whilst being a reminder of memories and happiness for years to come. This means far more to us than those few joyful moments you get from opening a present, as giving provides us a special feeling that’s truly irreplaceable.
Restaurant vouchers afford us all an opportunity to stop, sit back and actually communicate with our loved ones – some of whom we may not have seen for some time. They are perfect gift for the friend who has ‘everything they need’ or the mum that spends 365 days a year enslaved to the stove.
With lashings of game pate and doorstep toast; succulent rib eye, rich with creamy peppercorn sauce; and the most indulgent Italian inspired bread and butter pudding, being just some of the offerings across the three of our seasonal menus, it’s hard to question how great food can say ‘I love you’ to everyone you’re gifting this Christmas.
An article by Hannah Tuck