Cadogan Hotel serves afternoon ARTea with edible paintbrushes

By Becky Paskin

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Cadogan Hotel serves afternoon ARTea with edible paintbrushes
New Cadogan head chef Oliver Lesnik launches afternoon tea menu to accompany paintings display from Kings Road Art Gallery

The Cadogan Hotel​ has launched an arty twist on the traditional afternoon tea that has seen a recent rise in popularity, including ‘artists palette’ biscuits complete with edible paintbrushes.

Newly appointed Head Chef Oliver Lesnik has created an afternoon `ARTea` menu to accompany exclusive rotating collections of artwork adopted from the Kings Road Art Gallery.

The works on show now include paintings from Asian Masters Yin Xin, Jean-Marc Huss and Min Wae Aung, which have been handpicked by the gallery to display in The Cadogan’s stately Drawing Room.

Lesnik, who has previously worked under the likes of Gordon Ramsay, Jean-Christophe Novelli and Angela Hartnett, will be serving the arty biscuits with a more traditional variety of scones, jams, pastries, sandwiches and teas.

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