Get together and enjoy a special Easter three course lunch on Sunday 8 April at the Restaurant at St Paul’s, St Paul’s Cathedral, London.
Situated next to the crypt within the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral, the restaurant is renowned for its quality ‘Best of British’ food, featuring a delectable range of locally sourced, seasonal produce. Homemade delights, outstanding service and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere make it the perfect place to enjoy a meal with friends and family this Easter.
Start your meal in style with a taste of ‘Britain in a glass’ – Kentish pear juice and English sparkling wine, a Sloe gin & Fever Tree tonic or a classic Bloody Mary? Then dive into our seasonal Easter menu with a sharing plate of watercress and wild garlic soup shots, potted salmon and Cornish shrimp on sourdough, rabbit and ham terrine with piccalilli on toast and quail scotch eggs with celery salts. Follow this with either roasted Sussex lamb or roast pork with all the trimmings, ricotta, tarragon and lemon ravioli or grilled plaice with caper sauce.
To finish indulge in a range of scrumptious homemade puds; a sinful hot chocolate fondant with raspberry cream, lemon posset and cinnamon shortbread, glazed apple tart with vanilla custard or Jude’s ice cream with toasted almonds and toffee sauce
Lunches are available as either two courses at £21.50 or three courses at £25.95.
A delicious cheese board from legendary suppliers Neal’s Yard is also available at a £2.00 supplement, served with quince jelly, oatcakes, celery and chutney.