London’s first dessert menu comes to Hotel Café Royal.
It si now possible to order a complete dessert focused menu at The Café, placed in the five stars hotel Café Royal, run by the exceutive pastry chef Sarah Barber.
Have you ever imagined to have a whole menu made of only sweet flavours? If you have a sweet tooth, you probably may. So, write down the name of The Café and add it to your restaurant’s list. The site within the Hotel Café Royal in the heart of central London, positioned at Regent street is the first dessert restaurant to come to London. Executive pastry chef Sarah Barber mixes the concept of cafeteria and patiseerie with the tradicional restaurant to build up a menu of casting menus.
During the day, The Café offers the most delicious breakfasts and, when noon comes, its offering changes to tasty Afternoon English Tea meriendas that include pastries, cakes, scones and mini sandwiches. However, on 3rd March, a change is to come as the site will remain opened until 11 pm and will swap its current proposal for several courses of sweet treats with optional wine pairings.
On offer you can find three different tasting menus such as the Childhood memories (rhubarb and custard and Jaffa Cake), that sums up to 26 pounds. You may also go for the 34 pound Pick n’ Mix that allows guest to choose dishes from across the menu. The most outstanding offering comes in the form of Sarah in Wonderland, inspired by Carroll’s tale. This is a five-course tasting menu featuring the likes of the Milky Way, made with goat’s cheese, wild honey and beetroot snow; and chicken foie with quince and brioche; the Queen of Hearts, made with rasberries, champagne and roses or the Eat Me, Drink Me, a Snickers and chocolate malt shake.
This is a great opportunity for visitors to get a little sweeter by having one of the above mentioned menus and enjoy the city as never before. And, you don’t have to be a guest of the hotel to book a table at the The Café. Paraphrasing what the rabbit said: you won’t want to be late for this very important date.