Dalloway Terrace has announced their summer floral installation n collaboration with St-Germain, the French elderflower liqueur referred to as ‘Parisian Life in a Bottle’.
Alongside the floral oasis, Dalloway Terrace has embraced the summer season with a cocktail menu in partnership with St-Germain; an afternoon tea menu with influences of elderflower throughout and a new seasonal menu with fresh flavours.
The new cocktail menu created by award-winning Head Bartender Charlotte Charret and St-Germain Global Ambassador Camille Ralph Vidal, encapsulates the summer season with a selection of refreshing and innovative cocktails. Guests can enjoy the classic St-Germain Spritz (£12), along with a new collection of St-Germain cocktails including the Lady of Paris (£14); containing St-Germain, Cocchi Rosa, Sassy Rose and garnished with dehydrated apple; Gin Lane (£12); a mix of St-Germain, Hendrick’s, Viognier, agave and rose syrup and Le Elderflower Royal (£16) which combines St-Germain, Perrier-Jouët Champagne, 3yr Havana, lime juice and mint syrup.
Head Pastry Chef and Afternoon Tea of the Year Finalist, Chris Dodd has created a new elderflower inspired afternoon tea taking inspiration from the 1,000 fresh hand-picked flowers in each of the St-Germain bottles.
Highlights of the Afternoon Tea (£35 per person) include White Elderflower Parfait with Honey Sponge; Blueberry & Lavender Cream on Lemon Shortbread and Scones served with Clotted Cream, Raspberry Jam and Apple & Elderflower Jam. Highlights of the summery savoury menu include Feta and Spinach Quiche and Gin Smoked Salmon on a Lemon Palmier.
Dalloway Terrace also has a new seasonal menu from Executive Head Chef, Byron Moussouris. Highlights include; Octopus Carpaccio (Piquillo Pepper Salsa, Avocado, Frisse - £12), Organic Spelt (White Asparagus, Green Peas, Summer Truffles - £16) and Pan-fried Duck Breast (Chicory, Pomegranate Molasses, Fresh Pomegranate - £22).
Dalloway Terrace is also be offering daily specials and seasonal flourishes throughout the summer.
16-22 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3NN