Come join in the fun for Canada day celebrations, on the 1st of July. Head chef Tim Wanless from Charing Cross brassiere has conjured some culinary delights. From Newfoundland Caribou, ‘Beaver Tails’ and pancakes with maple syrup this special Canadian speciality menu is available from the 24 June – 1 July.
Available for lunch or dinner, the menu features traditional dishes including Newfoundland Caribou wrapped in Peameal Bacon with Carrot and Parsnip Puree and Grated Beets; and Grilled Canadian Pacific Salmon Steak with Clam Chowder, Sapphire and Ontario Baby Sweetcorn.
A generous supersize pink salmon lay on top of Sapphire, the fish was meaty and had a moist melt in your mouth texture. The baby sweetcorn had a lovely crunch and sapphire added the saltiness when combined together. The clam chowder had strong distinctive taste.
I highly recommend the pancakes, dripping with sweet maple syrup, accompanied with ice cream topped with chocolate sprinkles. I only had a bite from my friend’s plate, and I loved the creamy buttery pancakes.
The beaver tails were an interesting dish; deep-fried dough in the shape of baguette baton, this one was tough to cut through even with a knife. You have a various choice of condiments to accompany the dish. Such as maple syrup, Nutella, peanut butter and jelly.
Main meals start from £13.95 per person and desserts cost £6.50 per person.
The Charing Cross Hotel, which is co-sponsoring the official Canada Day London event which includes live music from Canadian band, The Tragically Hip, is located close to Canada House in Trafalgar Square and famous Canadian watering hole, the Maple Leaf in Covent Garden.
The ‘Red Frog’ cocktail that tastes of the true north strong and free at Thistle Marble Arch hotel’s Glenn Miller bar.
A deliciously heady cocktail made from Hoser favourites such as Chambord, Amaretto, Canadian Club Whiskey and cranberry juice, ‘The Red Frog’ is featured as a speciality menu item at the Glenn Miller bar to tie in with celebrations for Canada Day London.