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The Cadogan Hotel’s Langtry’s Restaurant was recently awarded the coveted “Great Taste Showcase” title for Birtish cuisine by the Great Taste Awards, which is viewed as the ultimate accreditor in the specialty food world.
To celebrate, Langtry’s Restaurant will be offering set lunch and dinner menus as well as a la carte options featuring award-winning ingredients under the direction of head chef Oliver Lesnik. The event is a great opportunity for small food producers to showcase their ingredients to London’s consumer audience because much of the winning produce will be eventually sold locally.
Located in London’s prestigious Knightsbridge neighborhood, Langtry’s Restaurant will offer menus that include Kentish cobnut oil, Cartmel Sticky Toffee pudding, Welsh Wagyu beef fat, Coddled Daylesford blue hen eggs and Lidgats’s beef pies.
Reservations can be made as of February 7 and a three-course menu is priced at just under £35 per person.
Open Tuesday through Saturday for lunch and dinner and on Sunday for lunch, the restaurant is located inside the Cadogen Hotel on London’s Sloane Street, which is an area known for high-end shopping with Gucci, Tiffany & Co., Harrod’s and Harvey Nichols all in close proximity. The Cadogen hotel is known for elegantly combining contemporary styling with classic Edwardian decadence.
Langtry’s Restaurant also offers Afternoon Tea on Monday-Friday from 2 p.m.-6.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 3 p.m.-6.p.m. Serving pastries, freshly baked homemade scones with Devonshire clotted cream and strawberry jam, finger sandwich’s and a selection of teas and coffees, Afternoon Tea cost £22.50 per person (£28.50 with a glass of champagne). On the weekend, you can get the Afternoon Tea with a glass of champagne for £22.50 per person.
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