The National Cafe
The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4DN
The National Café is set inside the wonderful National Gallery and is one of the most charming and elegant restaurants in London. Drawing on the vivid colours of the National Gallery’s latest exhibition “The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Gauguin Portraits”, Oliver Peyton’s the National Café in London, has created a limited-edition afternoon tea.
Celebrating the work of the acclaimed impressionist Paul Gauguin’s exotic portraits, the afternoon tea features delicate finger sandwiches including smoked salmon, horseradish and crème fraiche; cucumber and cream cheese; egg and mayo; and ham, while freshly baked scones are served with clotted cream and Peyton and Byrne’s signature preserves. Playing on Gauguin’s bright colour palette, new vibrant fruit-based patisserie from a pistachio and raspberry layer cake; raspberry macaroon; and passion fruit tart; sit alongside mini Victoria sponge and carrot cake for the perfect sweet ending. Aromatic and flavourful teas such as wild berries and Gardenia complete the offering.
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