The new round picnic table has been aptly named Pantagruel, after Gargantua’s son in the literary masterpieces of Rabelais. There are striking likenesses between the two tables, but a few differences too, for example in their features and the atmosphere they project. The round tabletop of the Pantagruel is fitted with a Lazy Susan, a central revolving tray. The legs are available with a powder coating. The seats are no longer height-adjustable, as they were with the Gargantua. The overall impression is still recognisably sturdy, but the look is just that little bit more elegant, which will make Pantagruel more popular with fans of a more refined aesthetic.