Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square Unveils Symbolic Menu at La Dame de Pic in Celebration of Centenary

March 13, 2023,
London at Ten Trinity Square

Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square this year celebrates the centenary of Ten Trinity Square, the Grade II* listed building in which the Hotel is located. To mark the occasion, the luxury Hotel is offering a four-course tasting menu curated by Anne-Sophie Pic, the world’s most decorated female chef, at its two Michelin-starred restaurant La Dame de Pic London, priced symbolically at GBP 100.

The four-course tasting menu takes diners on a dynamic gastronomic journey inspired by Anne-Sophie’s unique culinary identity, while showcasing the best of seasonal British produce.  Each course features locally-sourced and sustainable ingredients, and guests can choose from a selection of distinctive seasonal dishes such as Cornish Mackerel served in two ways with Douglas fir, lactic vinaigrette and brassica ribbons or Salt Marsh lamb marinated in kombu and fig leaf, served with tsukudani and celtuce tartelette.

To conclude their meal, diners can indulge in their choice of seasonal dessert such as white millefeuille, a delicate white cube featuring layers of crisp puff pastry intricately placed between jasmine jelly, encased with an immaculate Tahitian vanilla cream.

To further enhance their dining experience, guests are welcome to bring one bottle of wine to the restaurant to enjoy with complimentary corkage.

Designed by renowned British architect Sir Edwin Cooper in the grandiose Beaux-Arts style, Ten Trinity Square opened in 1922 and served as the former headquarters of the Port of London Authority. The building has long been regarded as one of Britain’s finest architectural landmarks.

The four-course lunch tasting menu is priced at GBP 100 per person and available for lunch on Friday and Saturday, with the restaurant’s last seating at 1:30 pm. Due to the seasonality of the ingredients and produce used, the menu is subject to change.

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