On Tuesday 2 November and Wednesday 1 December 2010, the prestigious culinary school, Le Cordon Bleu, will host an Afternoon Tea Party at 108 Marylebone Lane Restaurant & Bar, from 3.30pm until 5.30pm. Priced at £9.95 per person, future Afternoon Tea Parties will also take place throughout of 2011.
At the Afternoon Tea Parties, which will be open to the public, Le Cordon Bleu’s Superior Pâtisserie Students will demonstrate the skills and creativity they have acquired throughout their Diploma.
Indulgent cakes and freshly baked scones with home-made jam and clotted cream will be offered to guests, along with a selection of teas and coffees.
Located in the heart of Marylebone Village, 108 Marylebone Lane is situated opposite Le Cordon Bleu. Renowned for its close relationships with local suppliers in the area, 108 Marylebone Lane is delighted to be supporting the talented and aspiring students of London’s Le Cordon Bleu academy.
With culinary schools located across the world, Le Cordon Bleu is an international leader in gastronomy, hospitality and management. Students are taught by the schools’ Master Chefs who pass on their knowledge of classic French cuisine, pâtisserie and modern international culinary techniques. A diploma acquired at Le Cordon Bleu is recognised worldwide by culinary professionals.
108 Marylebone Lane’s Executive Chef, Norman Farquharson, encapsulates the essence of the Marylebone Village by sourcing produce from local artisan suppliers. To showcase the very best of the neighbourhood, 108 features delectable ingredients from award-winning shops such as the Ginger Pig, La Fromagerie, Biggles Sausages and Rococo Chocolates.
As one of Marylebone’s best-loved venues, the restaurant is the perfect spot to enjoy an Afternoon Tea Party with the world’s future top chefs from Le Cordon Bleu.
108 Marylebone Lane Restaurant & Bar, 108 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2QE
Tel: 020 7969 3900, or visit www.108marylebonelane.com or www.lcblondon.com