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Ochre London launches their Bicentenary Afternoon Tea

In honour of The National Gallery’s 200th Anniversary, Ochre, the modern British restaurant by Charlotte and Sam Miller situated in the iconic National Gallery on Trafalgar Square in central London launched a new Bicentenary Afternoon Tea on Friday May 10th. Head Pastry Chef Rebecca Morrison has specially curated this exclusive afternoon tea to commemorate this significant occasion.

Traditionally, fresh finger sandwiches with classic fillings such as Free Range Egg Mayonnaise, Ham and Tomato with mustard mayonnaise, Severn & Wye Scottish Smoked Salmon with dill crème fraîche, and Cucumber with Cornish butter and sea salt will start you off.

Next, the menu offers a selection of fabulous treats including a plate of macaroons in blueberry, coffee, pistachio, and raspberry flavours. You can also taste the exquisite paintbrush with Valrhona Guanaja Mousse raspberry filling, the Bicentenary Birthday Cake, and Lemon Choux.


This experience can be savoured with a variety of Good and Proper loose-leaf teas such as Lemon Verbena, White Peony, Jasmine Pearl, and 2nd Flush Darjeeling. Guests can further elevate their tea with a glass of Nyetimber Sparkling or Laurent Perrier Champagne, or choose the exclusive new cocktail called ‘Bicentenary Blush’ made with Woodford Reserve Whiskey, Disaronno, lemon juice, Better’s Bitters, sugar, and Angostura Bitter.

The Bicentenary Afternoon Tea is priced £55.00, or £65.00 with a cocktail, Nyetimber Sparkling or Laurent Perrier champagne. This will be showcased at The National Gallery until 14th September 2024.

To book:

Address: Ochre, National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

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