Awake to inspiration with a British twist in the morning
Start the day with British-inspired discovery. Informed by the distinct flavours of Great Britain, our Signature Breakfast and Eye Openers enliven your morning with inspired dishes and an unexpected take on refreshment.
Discover our Signature Dishes and Eye Openers which are served for breakfast in our restaurant Terrace Grill & Bar. Please note that some of these dishes are only available on request and may not be included in some reservations already inclusive of breakfast.
Breakfast opening times: 7:00 AM - 10:30 AM (Monday-Friday); 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Saturday-Sunday)
London Cured Smoked Salmon Croissants
A contemporary interpretation of Scottish grade one salmon subtly smoked only using rock salt and oak smoke, served on home-made croissants dashed with chive.
Norfolk Duck Eggs Benedict
A British take on Eggs Benedict, using poached duck eggs from Watercress Lane Farm Norfolk, served with Yorkshire cured ham. The British counties of Norfolk and Yorkshire are well known for their rich tasting ingredients and for their aim of preserving their local indent through culture and cuisine.
Piccadilly Scotch Woodcock
A pair of toasted brioches with scrambled egg, dried anchovies & capers. This is originally a savoury item from the Victorian era consisting of creamy, softly scrambled eggs served over a toast that has been spread with anchovy paste or Gentleman's Relish. Scotch woodcock was served in the refreshment rooms of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom back in 1949. It was also served historically at the colleges of the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford.
Omelette Arnold Bennett
Our tribute to the Arnold Bennett Omelette, that was crafted originally for well known English writer Enoch Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867 – 27 March 1931). He often ate an omelette made with smoked haddock, and this became known as the Omelette Arnold Bennett, to which we have now added our special Welsh Rarebit glaze and presented this delicacy in a cast iron casserole pot.
Rhubarb & Custard
As quintessentially British as black cabs and red buses. The classic dessert has been turned into a shot of pure pleasure, using rhubarb from the best growers sourced by Rhubarb Triangle which was given "Protected Designation of Origin" (PDO) status by the European Commission's Protected Food Name scheme.
We have turned the famous Bramley Apple into an eye opening experience with this refreshment. The Bramley Apple is emblematic of the Kent, East Anglia and West Midlands regions in England.
Dandelion & Burdock
A traditional British drink made into a shot to awaken you in the morning. The earliest record of a Dandelion & Burdock drink dates from 1262 and an account from St. Thomas Aquinas who prayed to God for inspiration as he walked into the English countryside where he made a drink with the first two plants he found on his way: Dandelion and Burdock.