Breakfast in the Sky with Great British Chefs
Last Friday we had the pleasure of dining up high with the our friends from Great British Chefs. They kindly invited us to join them for breakfast at the latest London pop-up restaurant hosted by Events in the Sky. As the name suggests, London in the Sky 2015 has taken dining to a new level, sky high in fact! By the end of its 14 day stint in the capital the sensational pop-up will have welcomed eleven of the city’s best restaurants and chefs to their unique sky table.
The dining table with a difference caters for 22 guests, all strapped into roller-coaster style seats that surround a platform where the guest chef, sommelier and waiting team get to work. Suspended 25 meters in the air our breakfast in the sky was hosted by Chantelle Nicholson, Group Operations Director of Marcus Wareing Restaurants and our personal chef for the morning. Chantelle prepared a four course breakfast feast straight from the menu at Tredwells, while we sat back and enjoyed the amazing London skyline.
As a huge breakfast/brunch fan the menu was right up our street. We started proceedings with Tredwell’s Power House Smoothie, made up of Spinach, banana, almond and coconut. Next up was their homemade granola, blackberries and coconut mousse, granola doesn’t get much better than this and the mousse was simply divine. This was followed by chorizo jam, avocado and slow cooked egg on sourdough, a winning combination if there ever was one. And last but definitely not least, a Sweet ‘Taste of Tredwell’s made up of salted caramel and chocolate praline tart, gin and tonic cheesecake and yuzu parfait. The salted caramel tart was the highlight of the meal and we will definitely be heading to Tredwells for more!
Overall it was an incredible culinary experience, the views were fantastic on such a clear and crisp day and the food outstanding. Keep your eyes peeled for the next Event in the Sky, we highly recommend this unusual dining experience for anyone who can stomach heights!
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