Chic Marylebone dining space 108 Pantry celebrates the arrival of spring, the lengthening of days and warmer weather with their inaugural English Country Garden afternoon tea.
Created by Executive Chef Russell Ford, the afternoon tea captures the essence of the new season with a menu that takes inspiration from authentic British cuisine and embraces the four British seasons, using ever changing seasonal ingredients.
Guests are treated to a mouth-watering menu featuring Coronation chicken tartlet, Smoked salmon served on Guinness bread, Poppy seed and orange blossom and plain homemade scones all served with Devonshire clotted cream, Rhubarb jam and orange curd.
Sweets include: Lavender panna cotta served with sparkling wine jelly and Chocolate and rose opera cake.
From grass meadow serving boards, terracotta pots, edible flowers, fork and spade-fashioned cutlery and surroundings adorned in freshly cut flowers, guests are sure to be transported to a tranquil English Country Garden scene in the heart of Marylebone.
The delectable afternoon tea will be served alongside 108 Pantry’s assortment of rare teas and four English Sparkling wines.
And there are also both a classic and gluten-free afternoon tea offering, ensuring one of the nation’s favourite traditions is available for all to enjoy.
108 Pantry, afternoon tea served 3pm – 6pm Monday - Friday, and from noon – 6pm on Saturday and Sunday, 108 Marylebone Lane, London, W1U 2QE
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