The Lyttelton Launches Their 1912 Menu

This year, to celebrate The Stafford’s centenary (opened 1912),Executive Head Chef, Brendan Fyldes, and his team at The Lyttelton restaurant (housed within The Stafford London by Kempinski, St James’s) have created a set menu developed from the hotel’s original opening menu in 1912 . This menu will be available from lunch on the 14th September and will start from £19.12 for 2 courses

THE LYTTELTON 1912 MENU

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Canapés

Whitstable native oysters & grubeens

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Starters

Officers mulligatawnycoconut rice, clams, mussels & crab

Terrine “Hindle Wakes”chicken, prunes & bacon

Treacle cured salmonmarinated cucumber & melon, coriander cress

Black figs, goat’s curd & cobnut salad

Scotch woodcockDuck eggs & fresh sardines

Tongue ‘n’ cheeksalt tongue, braised cheeks, beetroot & horseradish relish

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Mains

Roast partridge, pigs jowl, sweet corn & girolles

Steamed lamb suet pudding, buttered potatoes

Crispy belly of pork, spiced cauliflower, homemade black pudding, lemonade apples

Poached smoked haddock & hen’s egg, bubble & squeak

Diver caught plaice, Jerusalem artichokes, samphire & red wine sauce

Sweet potato & Lancashire cheese pie

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Desserts

Lancashire shirt sleeve pudding “roly poly”, damson jam & custard

Summer fruit pudding, clotted cream

Plum crumble, vanilla ice cream

Yorkshire curd slice

Chocolate, figs & banyuls

Lincolnshire poacher cheddarseasonal chutney, chef’s digestive biscuits

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Why not let London know where you are tonight?

#1912

 

@The LyttelChefs

@StaffordLondon

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2 courses: 6 shillings and 8 old pence 

 3 courses: 8 shillings and 5 old pence

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