Published on : Saturday, January 6, 2018
This January, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square celebrates its first anniversary. Following a busy year – including the opening of La Dame de Pic London and the achievement of its first Michelin Star, the launch of Asian restaurant Mei Ume, The Spa at Four Seasons and the completion of the Hotel’s Heritage Suites – the team is looking ahead to the New Year with more exciting news to come.
Experience a Taste of Michelin Star Dining at La Dame de Pic London
Beginning this month, early diners can enjoy an exclusive new menu at La Dame de Pic London. Offering select dishes not available on the a la carte menu, Taste of La Dame de Pic London will be available in the first section of the restaurant from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, Monday–Thursday. The Taste of La Dame de Pic London menu offers a cocktail on arrival, canapé and an exclusive dish with wine pairing from the restaurant’s knowledgeable sommeliers.
Learn a New Skill at Mei Ume
Demonstrating their expertise, the team at Mei Ume has launched a series of Sushi and Sake Masterclasses. Taking place on the final Saturday of every month, Sushi Chef Mun Seok Choi will demonstrate the intricate art of sushi-making, inviting guests behind the bar to try their hand at re-creating the dishes while award-winning Director of Wine Jan Konetzki and his team will be on hand to offer advice on the perfect wine or sake pairing to accompany each dish.
Indulge January Cravings with Afternoon Tea in the Rotunda
Rotunda’s afternoon tea menu takes on 1920s iconography, with colourful pastries inspired by the lifestyle of The Bright Young Things. The menu includes ruby grapefruit cheesecake and chocolate and salted caramel pastries served alongside lychee and cognac scones and a selection of delicate sandwiches. Presented on an Art Deco-style stand, The Bright Young Things afternoon tea will be offered with a glass of Champagne or pairing with signature cocktails, accompanied by live piano music from 2:00 to 5:00 pm, Wednesday-Sunday.