Breakfast with a view
Sky-high restaurant Paramount, which recently became open to the public following 10 years operation as a private members club, will now serve breakfast Monday to Saturday. Head chef Colin Layfield will serve a traditional breakfast menu featuring dishes such as Crunchy Granola with Natural Yoghurt; Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon on Rye Bread and Eggs Benedict with Bacon.
Taste the Trends
Rockwell, the ground floor bar at The Trafalgar Hotel, is launching a Taste the Trends collection of fashion-inspired cocktails and desserts. At £10 each, the cocktails include Nude Lace (Mozart white chocolate liqueur and Sauza tequila) and Pretty Poetess (rum, cardomom syrup and Angostura bitters). Desserts include the Autumn Winter Assiette, a trio of chocolate, hazelnut and coconut desserts designed for sharing.
Oscar Wilde experience
Artwork inspired by the 115th anniversary of Oscar Wilde’s infamous arrest for gross indecency at the Cadogan Hotel in Knightsbride, is to be exhibited at the hotel by MA Fine Art students from Central Saint Martins Byam Shaw School of Art. Guests at the hotel will be able to vote for their favourite pieces, which will be displayed in the hotel’s Drawing Room, Cadogan Bar, Langtry’s restaurant and two banqueting suites of Salon Oscar Lillie.
After research found that 40 per cent of Britons eat breakfast at their desks, Best Western has developed four Business Breakfast Menus to help their guests prepare for the day ahead. Developed with nutritionist Dora Walsh, the menus, in Energiser, Beauty, Creativity & Concentration and Stress Buster formats feature Beans on Toast, Eggs, Toast and Kippers or Smoked Salmon, and Porridge with chopped Bananas.