New British Classics Menu at Mayfair’s DUKES London

New British Classics Menu at Mayfair's DUKES London
New British Classics Menu at Mayfair's DUKES London

Mayfair’s DUKES London, a prominent hotel in the heart of the British capital, widely recognized for its excellence, is famous for its bar that holds a special place in the heart of James Bond author Ian Fleming, who frequented it often. It was here that the iconic phrase ‘shaken, not stirred’ was born, inspiring the creation of the famous martini. Recently, DUKES London has introduced its ‘Classic Comforts’ all day dining menu at its esteemed Great British Restaurant. This menu promises to offer guests a delightful culinary experience, showcasing the best of British cuisine.

With a range of signature dishes including fish & chips accompanied by curry sauce, shepherd’s pie prepared using braised shoulder of lamb, creamed potatoes, and lamb cutlets, as well as treacle sponge, patrons can indulge in an authentic British gastronomic adventure. Meticulously selected by Executive Chef Nigel Mendham and his skilled team, the fresh menu exclusively features premium seasonal ingredients procured solely from local British suppliers. This commitment by the hotel ensures an unparalleled English experience, encompassing both culinary delights and exceptional hospitality.

The traditional British dish of fish and chips, known as fish ‘n’ chip supper by locals, has been a beloved part of UK cuisine for centuries. DUKES London offers a high-quality version of this classic meal, ensuring guests enjoy an authentic experience similar to dining at Brighton Pier. In addition, shepherd’s pie, a historic British favorite originating in the 18th century, distinguishes itself from cottage pie by using lamb instead of beef. DUKES London takes pride in using locally-sourced ingredients to elevate this humble pie to new heights.

Situated in the heart of the historic St. James’s Mayfair, DUKES London stands as a renowned five-star hotel in the city. Just a short distance from Buckingham Palace, the hotel is located near St. James’s Palace, which has been the royal residence for Kings and Queens of England for more than three centuries, dating back to the 16th Century when King Henry 8th constructed his palace there. This area is widely recognized as an exclusive haven for writers, musicians, politicians, and royalty. DUKES London, once a favored destination of Princess Diana and the Queen Mother, is celebrated for offering a truly British hospitality experience.

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