Spring is springing! The kettle is on! And 108 Pantry is bringing cake and joy to Marylebone!
If you pronounced that ‘Marry-le-bon’, it would not only have rhymed, but you’d also have been technically correct (read this if you don’t believe me). Read it again if you didn’t, and appreciate the poetry.
Created by Executive Chef Russell Ford, 108 Pantry‘s new afternoon tea will transport you to an idyllic English country garden. With everything from grassy green serving boards, terracotta pots and fork and spade-style cutlery, this floral experience is the perfect way to celebrate the impending longer days and warmer nights.
Launching on March 1st, to coincide with the arrival of spring, 108 Pantry will be serving up the likes of smoked salmon on Guinness bread, poppy seed and orange blossom scones and lavender panna cotta – all adorned with beautiful edible flowers, of course. Expect lots of rare teas and sparkling English wines to wash it all down, as well as a rhubarb mimosa if you’re feeling fruity.
The tea, available from March 1st, will cost £32 per person, or £42 with a glass of Champagne. There will also be gluten free and dairy free afternoon tea offerings.
You’ll find 108 Pantry at 108 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2QE.