Published on : Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Le Pont de la Tour has introduced the Cheese Room that allows groups of up to four to indulge in a three-course menu with champagne. The hut offers fondue feast, with a private waiter and spectacular views over Tower Bridge. Visitors can get an intimate dining experience along the River Thames.
The Cheese Room menu offers guests the opportunity to enjoy one of France’s oldest cheese, Fourme d’Ambert. It is accompanied with chicory velouté, red Port shallots and a refreshing glass of Moét and Chandon champagne to start.
The menu also includes signature fondue feast, emmental and gruyere cheese mixed with white wine, completed with a warm and gooey chocolate fondant. Le Pont de la Tour’s Cheese Room is nestled on the picturesque terrace. Sittings are available at lunch time between 12.00 pm and 2.30 pm, and twice an evening from 6.00 and from 8.30.
Up to four people can book the riverside bolthole situated on the restaurant’s terrace, with three courses, the glass of Moët & Chandon champagne, and half a bottle of house red wine at £50 per person. The private fondue waiter will guide them through the meal.