Eat Like A King: 35 Coronation Menus To Book Now

A historic event like a Coronation calls for grand celebrations, and what better way to celebrate than with a royal feast? Foodies and royal enthusiasts alike can look forward to indulging in sumptuous menus fit for a king this Coronation weekend – from traditional afternoon tea with a royal twist, to eco-conscious cocktails inspired by the King’s passion for sustainability. 

Here are the Coronation menus to try leading up to and during the King’s Coronation, so grab a seat (or throne) and get ready to feast like a king.

34 Coronation Menus Fit For A King

Royal Lancaster London

Indulge in Royal Lancaster London’s beautifully crafted and utterly indulgent royal themed afternoon tea, available from 28th April – 9th May, presented with a truly royal touch by the hotel’s talented team.

Expect an irresistible assortment of delicately crafted sandwiches, warm baked scones and deliciously royal sweet treats served in the hotel’s beautiful Hyde Café, washed down by a selection of the finest teas and a crisp glass of Laurent-Perrier Champagne.

Where: Lancaster Terrace, London W2 2TY
When: 28th April – 9th May

Deliciously royal sweet treats.

The Ivy West Street

With royal connections dating back to 1917, The Ivy West Street is the perfect place to celebrate the historic occasion in style. The restaurant has added an exciting floral installation on the façade of the historic building to celebrate the occasion, featuring royal motifs, a giant regal lion’s head and beautiful crowns.

The limited-edition dessert for the weekend, the King’s Lemon Posset, is a must-try, made with strawberry jelly, lemon sorbet, shortbread, and adorned with flowers. Drinks-wise, Beefeater Gin and Nyetimber have collaborated to create a limited-edition cocktail menu for the occasion, including The King’s Martini, Apple and Jasmine Martini, and Queen Gin and Tonic Spritz, as well as an extensive offering of Nyetimber English Sparkling Wines available. 

Where: 1-5 West St, London WC2H 9NQ
When: 24th April – 14th May

Searcys At The Gherkin

Inspired by dishes from Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953, Searcys Coronation menu will feature delights including a Gloucester old spot pork pie with Kings’ ketchup, inspired by the old tradition in Gloucester to send a pie to the reigning monarch every Christmas, and a Coronation trifle, created using Searcys new signature gin, seasonal poached Lincolnshire rhubarb and, as a tribute to the new King, an edible postage stamp on top. The menu is £49 per person and will be available  Coronation week across all Searcys venues, including St Pancras Brasserie.

There’ll also be a champagne masterclass and paired dinner at Searcys at The Gherkin on the 10th May, exploring the bottles favoured by royalty, including a Bollinger Rosé and Laurent-Perrier Ultra Brut. With unforgettable views over the capital, end the evening with a lesson in sabrage (the art of opening a Champagne bottle with a sabre).

Where: 30 St Mary Axe, EC3A 8EP

Park Chinois

Park Chinois has announced an unmissable opportunity to feast like a king in true regal style this Coronation weekend. Indulge in the celebratory group dining menu, complete with a complimentary half bottle of champagne to toast to the monarch.

The exquisite Feast Like a King menu is the perfect choice for groups of four or more, featuring dim sum, the signature Duck de Chine, and a selection of mouth-watering dishes like the Grilled Chilean Sea Bass with plum sauce and the Indian Ocean King Prawn. To round off a sumptuous meal, Chef Valentino has crafted a seasonal dessert that’s sure to delight, and as a special treat, diners on the day of the Coronation will be serenaded by the restaurant’s talented house band and diva. This exclusive menu is available from Saturday 6th to Monday 8th May, priced at £165 per person for groups of four or more.

Where: 17 Berkeley St, London W1J 8EA
When: 6th – 8th May

The Lane

In true Regal style, a selection of exclusively curated experiences will be on offer at The Lane, including festive bunting decorations, a reimagined Coronation Regency Afternoon Tea by Lily Vanilli and immersive Theatre Tours that take you on a Royal journey through the ages.

Set in the beautifully restored Grand Saloon, a marble-lined Regency room featuring twinkling chandeliers and a fine art collection, a special Coronation version of the ever-popular Afternoon Tea by Lily Vanilli will run from 19th April to the 10th May.

The tea will include savoury bites, warm scones with salted whipped butter, cream and homemade jams, as well as decadent cakes, decorated with royal touches and topped with gold crowns, paired with your favourite tea by Rare Tea Company.

Where: Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Catherine Street, London, WC2B 5JF
When: 19th April – 10th May


Time to indulge in the latest sweet sensation to hit the capital as Donutelier, the city’s hottest pastry spot, has unveiled its new, limited-edition collection of Coronation doughnuts that are fit for royalty. The collection includes three flavours, each as majestic as the next – from The Majestic Praline, to the Royal Violet and the White Coconut Jewel, all crowned with their own unique sable crown, making them irresistible to the eye and the taste buds.

At just £6.50 each, they’re a must-try for any foodie looking for a decadent treat to indulge in this weekend.

Where: 48-50, Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 0BB

galvin at windows coronation menu

Galvin At Windows

Enjoy unparalleled views of Buckingham Palace and the Mall from the 28th floor of London Hilton on Park Lane, while indulging in a special Coronation tasting menu to celebrate the King’s Coronation.

Available 1st-6th May, the special five-course Coronation Menu has been created by Head Chef Marc Hardiman, who like His Majesty King Charles III, is passionate about using the best of seasonal and sustainable British produce. Each course of the Coronation tasting menu includes a nod to the King, starting with Herbs and Flowers, an ode to Highgrove; followed by a twist on baked cheesy eggs (rumoured to be the King’s favourite childhood dish) with a coddled St Ewes egg, cured ham and Montgomery cheddar; and seasonal vegetables presented as a ‘Garden Patch’ and seasoned with malt and wild herbs, referencing the King’s love of nature and gardening. The main course will feature Maran chicken (one of the breeds that the King keeps) accompanied by British peas, broad beans and wild garlic; finishing on a sweet note of one of His Majesty’s favourite desserts, a Lemon Cream, served alongside raspberries and meringue.

To continue celebrations on Sunday 7th May, book the Coronation Big Lunch and feast family-style with a table full of British flavours.

Where: 22 Park Ln, London W1K 1BE
When: 1-7th May

jw marriott grosvenor house coronation afternoon tea

JW Marriott Grosvenor House London

JW Marriott Grosvenor House London has long been a favourite among royalty, hosting a celebratory Coronation Ball for King George VI in 1937, the Coronation Year Ladies’ Night for Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, Queen Charlotte’s debutante balls, and the Royal Caledonian Ball. From April 3rd , Grosvenor House will continue this rich royal legacy and honour His Majesty King Charles III’s historic Coronation by introducing an Afternoon Tea inspired by both king and kingdom.

Using the finest produce across the United Kingdom, the menu celebrates coming together as a nation and pays tribute to the King’s passion for provenance and Great British fare. Seated in the elegant surroundings of the Park Room, you’ll begin with Ridgeview English Sparkling Wine, originally served at King Charles’s first state Banquet, followed by five limited-edition pastries created to represent the countries that make up the United Kingdom and each region’s produce.

There’s ‘Journey to the Highlands’ – a mousse with organic honey extracted from foraged heather in the Scottish Highlands; ‘English Rose’ – a jelly and cream pudding using handpicked strawberries from Kent and natural rose extract from gardens in Berkshire; and ‘Across The Irish Sea’ – a traditional Irish apple cake with layers of chilled English custard and organic Bramley apple compote from the orchards of Armagh, Northern Ireland.

Where: 86-90 Park Ln, London W1K 7TN
When: From 3rd April

The Cadogan Arms

The Cadogan Arms in Chelsea is adding its own touch of regal splendour to the Coronation festivities with a special menu fit for a king and queen. On Sunday May 7th, the quintessentially British pub will be serving up some exclusive dishes to mark the occasion, including a succulent Roast beef ribeye with beef fat roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, and glazed vegetables. Dessert is a decadent English strawberry and King’s ginger trifle, combining the sweet freshness of ripe strawberries with the warm, spicy notes of King’s ginger, included in the roast price.

To complement the meal, indulge in The King’s Nightcap, a 50/50 Martini made with Booths Aged Gin and Cocchi Extra Dry Vermouth. And, for a limited time only, the pub will also be serving Cask Ale and Timothy Taylor’s Celebration Ale, transporting guests back to the days of traditional British brewing.

Where: 298 King’s Rd, London SW3 5UG


Immerse yourself in the regal charm of the Royal Borough of Kensignton as we welcome the new monarch, where Cheneston’s will be serving a nine-course tasting menu to mark this historical moment with carefully crafted plates adorned with the finest British cuisine. Elevate the occasion with a wine pairing and toast to good fortune ahead. Elevate the occasion with a wine pairing and toast to the new King.

To make it even more special, book a private dining experience in their intimate dining venue, The Oratory, perfect for parties of 2 – 8 guests to host their own private royal feast.

Where: 1-3 Kensington Ct, London W8 5DL
When: 5-12th May

Aqua Shard

Aqua Shard, the iconic London restaurant situated on the 31st floor of The Shard, is joining in the Coronation festivities with a special brunch menu served from Saturday 6th May to Monday 8th May. On Sunday 7th May, guests can enjoy brunch accompanied by Starlight Strings, and across the full weekend, the restaurant will be offering a special coronation cocktail and dessert, inspired by the King’s love of British wildlife and gardening. The Royal Garden cocktail, a blend of Tanqueray, Lillet Rouge, lavender syrup, and lime, will be available for £19, and each guest who orders one will receive a bespoke HM King Charles III Coronation wildflower seed packet.

For dessert, guests can enjoy the King of the Castle, a delicious British nutmeg custard tart served with white chocolate Chantilly and a dark chocolate crown.

Where: Level 31, The Shard, 31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY
When: 5th – 8th May

Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park

Inspired by the best of British heritage and quintessential afternoon tea dishes served at the Royal table, The Rosebery at Mandarin Oriental is offering guests an unforgettable Coronation Afternoon Tea in partnership with Highgrove – the private residence of Their Majesties King Charles III and The Queen Consort. The menu, named ‘Time For Tea with Highgrove’ includes The King’s Coronation Chicken, Clarence Court egg truffle sandwich, The King’s Cypher, freshly baked scones, alongside Highgrove’s organic damson jelly and organic strawberry preserve together with the estate’s organic English Breakfast and Earl Grey.

There’ll also be a special Coronation Menu at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, featuring reinvented dishes served at British Coronation banquets throughout the years, including Coronation Chicken Tart (King James II) and Veal Sweetbread (King George IV).

Where: 66 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7LA
When: 17th April – 14th May

Aqua Kyoto

Aqua Kyoto is getting into the Coronation spirit with its limited-time Royal-Tea cocktail, available from May 1st to 9th. This unique drink takes inspiration from the King’s favourite tea, featuring Darjeeling tea-infused Tanqueray gin, Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur, lemon juice, honey syrup, and soda water.

The restaurant will also be offering its signature bottomless brunch every day from May 6th to 8th, accompanied by a house DJ.

Where: 5th Floor 30 Argyll St, W1F 7EB, London
When: 1st – 9th May

Bentley’s Oyster Bar

Bentley’s Oyster Bar is serving up a selection of specials fit for royalty to celebrate the Coronation.

Dine on Bentley’s Smoked Salmon with crispy egg and caviar – a dish which Richard Corrigan cooked for Queen Elizabeth at her 80th birthday – as well as the iconic Royal Fish Pie, returning to the menu for a limited time only.

Where: 11-15 Swallow St, London W1B 4DG
When: 6-7th May

A dish Richard Corrigan cooked for Queen Elizabeth at her 80th birthday.

coronation afternoon tea at the goring

The Goring

The closest luxury hotel to Buckingham Palace, The Goring has been a firm Royal favourite for many years and is the only hotel with a Royal Warrant for hospitality services. Since 1910, every reigning monarch has walked through the hotel’s doors, and they have two different Coronation offerings to celebrate this historic occasion.

A Coronation Afternoon Tea will be served in the five-star surroundings of the sun-kissed Veranda, overlooking The Goring Garden and “The Royal Border” (home to a selection of The Royal Family’s favourite plants and flowers). The menu features King Charles’ favourite cakes and sandwiches — from his much-loved Cream of Lemon to delicious sandwiches filled with produce from other Royal Warrant suppliers. Sweet treats are adorned with the CRIII insignia and crowns, made from the finest dark chocolate. 

Meanwhile, a Michelin-Starred Coronation Tasting Menu will be available in The Dining Room, focusing on Welsh specialities and foraged ingredients to foreground the environmental philosophy that King Charles III celebrates. If you try one dish, make it the Coddled Clarence Court Egg with Fine Herb Garden Salad and Truffle Vinaigrette — The Goring’s take on one of His Majesty’s favourite dishes. Other dishes include Buttered Morel & Wild Mushroom “Vol Au Vent” with Wild Garlic Hollandaise and Smoked Pancetta; and White Chocolate and Lemon Cream, Bee Pollen Wild Honey & Chamomile.

Where: 15 Beeston Pl, London SW1W 0JW
When: Afternoon Tea: 24th April – 28th May Tasting Menu: 5-8th May

the library bar at the lanesborough

A brilliantly British five-course Coronation menu.

The Lanesborough

Commemorating the royal event of a lifetime, The Lanesborough Grill has crafted a limited-edition, brilliantly British five-course King’s Coronation Menu available exclusively for dinner from 2nd-12th May. Highlight dishes include the aptly named Coronation crab salad, and Rhug Estate hogget (one of His Majesty’s favourites) with Wye Valley asparagus, lamb sweetbreads, mint, and new season garlic. To finish, a selection of British cheeses served with Welsh cakes, followed by C.R.III; a surprise dessert to celebrate the historic moment.  

To accompany the new menu, the hotel’s expert mixologists have created an English vodka martini-style cocktail, ‘The Kings Coronation’, with Fino sherry and citrus cordial, inspired by the classic Gimlet. The cocktail is finished off with a few drops of Peaty single malt whiskey, a favourite nightcap of His Majesty and is available in both The Lanesborough Grill and at the Library Bar.

coronation menu at the lanesborough

Where: Hyde Park Corner, London SW1X 7TA
When: 2nd-12th May

The Carlton Tower

Jessica Prealpato, most noted for being awarded the World’s Best Pastry Chef in 2019 has created an afternoon tea inspired by nature and Kew Gardens exclusively for The Carlton Tower this Coronation weekend. True to her signature style, the natural sweetness of whole fruits are preserved by adding carefully selected layers of flavours, without compromising the key ingredient and its natural taste.

The afternoon tea is comprised of seasonal, locally sourced produce, exploring and celebrating the best ingredients available in England. Expect the likes of Smoked salmon rolle’ with dill cream cheese and caviar; Ceylon cinnamon scones with banana & lime; and Strawberry Tart with Bergamot & Marjoram for a royal feast.

Where: 1 Cadogan Pl, London SW1X 9PY

coronation afternoon tea at trafalgar st james london

Trafalgar St James London

Treat yourself to a royal experience at Rockwell at The Trafalgar St. James London Hotel this Coronation weekend, where their Coronation Tipple Tea offers a royal twist on the bar’s Tipple Tea, an afternoon tea for cocktail lovers.

The tea will feature a selection of delicious indulgences, including Roast Coronation Chicken Mayonnaise Mini Bridge Roll, Smoked Salmon, King’s Crown Chocolate Cake and Mini Baked Custard Tartelette, along with three royal themed cocktails.

Where: 2 Spring Gardens, St. James’s, London SW1A 2TS
When: 4th-18th May

The Dorchester

The welcoming heart of The Dorchester, The Promenade, will present a royal take on its world-famous afternoon tea this Coronation weekend. Available from Friday 5th to Monday 8th May, executive pastry chef Michael Kwan has created a delicate selection of themed cakes, accompanied by exquisite sandwiches and a refreshing glass of Champagne and a gift for £125 per person.

Meanwhile, at The Dorchester’s new cocktail destination, Vesper Bar, the talented team will be serving a special ‘Sovereign Martini’ inspired by The King’s favourite tipple. The cocktail will be made up of Wessex gin, Royal Garden mead, dry vermouth, lavander bitter and orange scent, all  presented in a delicate martini glass made bespoke for Vesper Bar.

sovereign martini at the vesper bar at the dorchester
the vesper bar at the dorchester

Where: 53 Park Ln, London W1K 1QA
When: 5-8th May

coronation afternoon tea at the westin london city

The Westin London City

Book in a royally indulgent experience with The Westing London City’s Coronation Brunch, Afternoon Tea, and Dinner Party – menus fit for a king or queen with a range of delicious options to choose from.

Indulge in their Coronation Brunch, where you’ll enjoy a specially designed three course menu and half a bottle of Taittinger Champagne, or book in for their Coronation Afternoon Tea featuring traditional finger sandwiches, scones and sweet treats alongside a selection of loose-leaf JING teas, and half a bottle of Taittinger Champagne per person.

For the ultimate Coronation experience, join their dinner party to end the day in style, including a royal-themed six course dinner to share and a DJ to keep you dancing all night long. Prices start from £155 per person.

Where: 60 Upper Thames St., London EC4V 3AD
When: 6th May

CORD by Le Cordon Bleu

CORD by Le Cordon Bleu has unveiled a selection of celebratory dishes to mark the Coronation of King Charles III starring the classic Coronation Chicken recipe, originally created by Le Cordon Bleu in 1953. Renowned for the best education in the culinary arts, and they’ll be honouring the original Coronation Chicken recipe from 2nd to 5th of May.

CORD Café will serve a gourmet Coronation Chicken Bun comprised of the signature curried chicken breast recipe with a second layer of lettuce, cucumber and baby watercress sandwiched between thick slices of brioche. This will sit alongside a Fruit Tart made with pistachio pastry with a pistachio financier, rhubarb, compote, strawberry mousse, finished off with a wild strawberry glaze, a rhubarb cremeux insert and complete with a delicate golden crown lace. Both dishes can be enjoyed in CORD by Cordon Bleu Café or ordered to take away for the ultimate picnic in honour of the Coronation.

Where: 85 Fleet St, London EC4Y 1AE
When: 2-5th May

Palm Court at The Langham

If you’re looking for a royally good tipple this Coronation weekend, head to Palm Court at The Langham, where there’ll be a cocktail incorporating the King’s favourite Laphroaig whisky with Chambord, pineapple and lemon.

Meanwhile, in The Langham’s traditional British pub, The Wigmore,  raise a glass to the King with the Take This Waltz Coronation cocktail, inspired by a classic English milk punch and named after the King’s favourite song by Leonard Cohen.

Where: 1C Portland Pl, London W1B 1JA
When: 5-8th May

TING at Shangri-La The Shard

TING’s ‘Skyline Afternoon Tea’ is as incredible as they come, featuring an extraordinary miniature Shard building for two to share – and this Coronation weekend they’ll be turning it red, white and blue to reflect the colours of the flag. 

Served alongside a selection of finger sandwiches, savouries like beetroot heart with hibiscus powder and prawn cocktail with Marie Rose, and selection of the finest sweet treats, it’s bound to be the most Instagrammable spot this Coronation weekend.

Where: Level 35, 31 St Thomas St, London SE1 9QU

cornish garden cocktail at the kensington

The Kensington

The Doyle Collection will mark the coronation of King Charles III with the launch of its zero waste and eco-conscious cocktails across its UK hotels. These seasonal concoctions have been inspired by the future King’s passion for British produce and sustainability. Each cocktail reflects the flavours of the beautiful British countryside and will showcase British spirits whilst using sustainably sourced organic produce. 

The Kensington will bring the duchy of Cornwall to the Royal Borough with their ‘Cornish Garden’ a sparkling concoction combining Aval Dor Gin, Earl Grey cordial, Pimm’s, and Rathfinny English sparkling wine; while The Marylebone will offer guests the ‘Organic World’, a zesty combination of Lake Distillery Gin, Amaro Montenegro, Aperol, lemon juice, coconut cream, egg white and orange bitters.

Where: 109-113 Queen’s Gate, South Kensington, London SW7 5LP

coronation afternoon tea at 116 pall mall

116 Pall Mall

To celebrate the historic Coronation, 116 Pall Mall will be putting on a show with an exclusive concert from the esteemed London Chamber Orchestra on 6th May, paired with a regal afternoon tea.

Located a short distance from The Mall, guests will be welcomed with a decadent afternoon tea in the stunning surrounds, before being invited to dance the day away to the musical stylings of composer and vocalist Aga Serugo-Lugo, who’ll perform some of the King’s favourite songs.

Where: 116 Pall Mall, St. James’s, London SW1Y 5ED
When: 6th May

The Londoner

Leicester Square’s super-boutique hotel, The Londoner, will be raising a toast to the King at its pop-up martini bar in The Stage, in honour of the new King’s favourite tipple.

Three iterations of the martini will feature on the menu, including ‘His Majesty’ – a cocktail has been reimagined with flavours fit for a royal of the highest stature, like Belvedere vodka, Noilly Prat Dry and Veuve Clicquot. There’s also ‘Le Français’, inspired by the iconic French Martini, and the Homage, a tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II, and a creative concoction of her favourite drink, Gin & Dubonnet, and a Martinez.

For a truly Royal treatment, enjoy a plate of Two Fine de Claire oysters with lemon crème fraiche and green tabasco dill oil alongside.

Where: 38 Leicester Square, London WC2H 7DX

The Rubens At The Palace

Perfectly positioned by Buckingham Palace’s Royal Mews, there’s a whole host of royally indulgent  menus happening at The Rubens At The Palace in the lead up to the Coronation – from a seven-course dinner in The Curry Room to a Coronation Afternoon Tea that will be served all summer.

The standout event however is the Lanson Champagne Dinner being served in The English Grill on Friday 5th May. Set amidst plush seating and elegant, twinkling chandeliers, you’ll enjoy a seven-course dinner made with the finest British produce, married with a Lanson Champagne pairing with every course. A lavish meal for a truly lavish occasion.

Where: 39 Buckingham Palace Rd, London SW1W 0PS
When: 5th May

Harvey Nichols

Toast to the new monarch in style with afternoon tea at the Fifth Floor Café at Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge, in partnership with Chapel Down. Available to book Tuesday 2nd May – Sunday 4th June, feast on a classic selection of sandwiches from coronation chicken with coriander cress to cucumber and cream cheese with a herb aioli, ploughman’s pickle with mustard cress and egg mayonnaise and baby watercress, served alongside a spinach and cherry tomato quiche. To finish, there’s raisin and plain scones with rhubarb jam and lemon curd and a selection of sweets, lemon cream with a sable, plum jam financier and a layered honey cake with raspberries. All served with Chapel Down Three Graces 2017 for £45 per person.

Fancy grabbing one to go? They also have a special Coronation Afternoon Tea Hat Box available to collect to enjoy a luxury afternoon tea wherever you’re planning on celebrating.

Where: 109-125 Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RJ
When: 2nd May – 4th June

coronation afternoon tea at corinthia london

Corinthia London

The Crystal Moon Lounge at Corinthia London  will be serving up a special Coronation Afternoon Tea in honour of The King’s Coronation.

Boasting a menu that celebrates quality British produce, tuck into a selection of finger sandwiches, from Wiltshire Cured Cotswold Ham & Mustard to Creamed Ragstone Goat’s Cheese with Pickled Golden Beetroot and Mustard Seeds, followed by fresh scones with preserves and themed sweet delicacies.

Where: 10 Whitehall Pl, London SW1A 2BD

Sloane Place & The Sloane Club

Sloane Place and The Sloane Club, will be serving one of The King’s favourite dishes to celebrate his upcoming Coronation. Eat (quite literally) like a King whilst dining on the Truffle Porcini Mushroom Risotto with Wild Garlic, available from 6th to 8th May.

Choose the Roof Terrace at The Sloane Club for al fresco dining, the Garden Room for a refined setting, or Sloane Place Restaurant for a casual and contemporary backdrop.

Where: 60 Lower Sloane St, London SW1W 8BP
When: 6-8th May

coronation afternoon tea at great northern hotel

Great Northern Hotel

To mark the occasion, Great Northern Hotel will be serving a royal afternoon tea featuring finger sandwiches, baked cheddar tartlets and sliced roasted beef on fluffy white rolls, followed by freshly baked scones with homemade preserves and Cornish clotted cream.

Sweet treats come in the form of a Dundee cupcake with buttercream, strawberry choux buns and white chocolate macarons with whisky ganache. Afterwards, head to the vibrant GNH Bar for expertly crafted cocktails including the new limited-edition Royal Martini.

Where: Pancras Rd, London N1C 4TB
When: 1st- 8th May

The Montague On The Gardens

The Montague On The Gardens will be welcoming His Majesty King Charles III in the most traditional fashion: a Coronation-themed Afternoon Tea including a Royal Chocolate Cake and cream-laden scones to mark the momentous day.

A specially curated Coronation Cocktail of Tanqueray gin, homemade elderflower reduction, and lemon oil will also be served, to a background of live music.

Where: Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7BX
When: 6th-7th May

coronation afternoon tea at flemings mayfair

Fleming’s Mayfair

Experience a quintessentially British afternoon tea in The Drawing Room at Flemings Mayfair Hotel and raise a toast to the King with a glass of Delavenne Grand Cru Original Champagne. A specially blended Coronation tea from The East India Company – harvested from bushes that were planted by HRH Prince Philip, on his first official tour of Sri Lanka in 1953 – will also be served.

Enjoy a selection of royally good sandwiches including Scottish smoked salmon with cream cheese and roast Cotswold chicken, freshly baked scones and picture-perfect patisserie.

Where: 7-12 Half Moon Street, London, W1J 7BH
When: 18th April – 13th May

Smith & Whistle

Celebrate in style at Smith & Whistle with a limited-edition Royal Cocktail Masterclass in partnership with Lanique.

Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted with a King Charles III cocktail and an introduction to Lanique’s history and product, as well as the opportunity to taste three cocktails alongside delicious canapés.

Where: Piccadilly, Mayfair, London W1J 7BX
When: Wednesday 10th of May, 6.30pm – 8pm

coronation afternoon tea at sheraton grand london park lane

Sheraton Grand London Park Lane

Get the royal treatment with Sheraton Grand London Park Lane’s delicious Royal Afternoon Tea. A traditional British experience, enjoy delicious home-made scones, sandwiches and cakes, including darjeeling tea, red velvet and cherry macaroons, the King’s favourite chocolate biscuit cake, lemon meringue pie, and a carrot and mascarpone cake.

Located in the heart of Mayfair, just a 10-minute walk from Buckingham Palace, it’s a perfect location to celebrate the coronation with a glass of Louis Pommery England.

Where: Piccadilly, London W1J 7BX

coronation afternoon tea at the milestone hotel and residences

The Milestone Hotel & Residences

In celebration of their treasured location opposite Kensington Palace and Gardens, and inspired by “The Crown”, The Milestone Hotel & Residences will be serving a Royal Afternoon Tea in Cheneston’s Restaurant, the Park Lounge, and the Conservatory.

Full of royal indulgence, there’ll be a delicious array of delicate finger sandwiches, warm freshly baked scones with Devonshire clotted cream and home-made preserves, and a selection of pastries including éclairs, tartlets, cupcakes, and macarons, alongside a collection of loose-leaf teas or a glass of Lanson Champagne, holder of a Royal Warrant to the Court of England since 1900.

Where: 1-3 Kensington Ct, London W8 5PG
When: 1st – 14th May

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