Queen’s 70th Jubilee Banquet

Available Thursday 2nd – Saturday 4th June, lunch & dinner

Queen’s 70th Jubilee Banquet

£90 per head

Celebrating our beloved Queen’s 70th Platinum Jubilee, we take you through a journey of the British classics, with a fine dining ‘Jamie twist’.

Snacks


Spam fritters
Dandelion & burdock
1937 – a wartime delicacy
Chicken liver parfait
And cherry “Jammie Dodger”
1960 – the Queen’s favourite biscuit
Venison sausage roll
Houses of Parliament sauce.
1860 – the Royal Family preferred using venison from their estate. We’ve turned this into the British staple classic
Iced cream cheese, cucumber, & caviar “sandwich”
1830 – the Royal sandwich

One


Windsor soup
English muffin, Marmite butter
1890 - it doesn’t get more British than Marmite, and the Windsor soup is a Buckingham Palace favourite!

Two


Coronation chicken
Mango gel, curry emulsion, pickled shimeji, sultana dressing
1953 - a recipe invented for the Queen

Three


Great British fish and chips
Turbot cooked on the bone, minted pea purée, pomme Anna, Béarnaise sauce
1967 - fish and chips first came to London in 1967. This is Jamie’s version

Four


Roast beef
Yorkshire pudding stuffed with oxtail, cauliflower cheese purée, roasted carrot, braised red cabbage, duck fat potato fondant, bone marrow gravy
1485 - no explanation needed

Five


“Eton tidy”
Pimm’s jelly, English strawberries, meringue, clotted cream ice cream
1893 - strawberries and clotted cream; the best strawberries are British with Cornish clotted cream

Six


Rhubarb & custard
Marcus Wareing’s custard tart, poached rhubarb, rhubarb ripple ice cream
Served on the Queen’s 80th birthday. Her favourite pudding is rhubarb and custard

To finish


English tea, Battenberg cake, treacle tart petit fours
This is the way the Queen takes her tea
An all-English wine and champagne flight will be available.

Please speak to a member of staff if you have any dietary requirements