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Evening Standard Food Month @ The Doyle Collection

Dalloway Terrace has something special planned for Evening Standard Food Month

Diving headfirst into the spirit of The Evening Standard’s Food Month celebrations, Dalloway Terrace will be hosting 'The Scandinavian Summer Brunch', Friday – Sunday throughout June, whilst 108 Brasserie introduces their 'London Does Lunch' menu devised by Chef Russel Ford

Cementing London’s position at the culinary epicentre of the Earth, The Evening Standard has launched ‘London Food Month’ to celebrate all things delicious in London. Curated by creative directors Grace Dent and Tom Parker Bowles (two of the most well respected food critics in the country), the month-long festival of food will see 400 events taking place across the capital. London loves food. 

Dalloway Terrace

All images taken by Keiki Nordljus for How to Hygge by Signe Johansen, £16.99

Midsummer Almond Torte (Left) and Spelt Banana Pancakes (Right) 

Recipes extracted from 'How to Hygge' by Signe Johansen, out now, £14.99, published by Bluebird

Never one to be left out of the fun, Dalloway Terrace at The Bloomsbury will be celebrating all things Scandi throughout June with The Scandinavian Summer Brunch. Critically acclaimed chef and author Signe Johansen will be bringing Nordic cuisine to The Bloomsbury in the enchanting surroundings of the terrace's new #DallowaySS17 look.

Recipes extracted from How to Hygge by Signe Johansen, out now, £14.99, published by Bluebird

Smoked Chicken Salad (Left) and The Ultimate Grilled Cheese (Right)

Recipes extracted from 'How to Hygge' by Signe Johansen, out now, £14.99, published by Bluebird

Signe’s collaborative menu, designed to bring out the ‘Scandi in you’, utilizes carefully adapted recipes from the accomplished chef’s bestselling books. From Nordic Bloody Marys (think Kettle One Vodka, tomato juice, horseradish, cucumber, lemon, dill, and spices) to the Midsummer Almond Torte, the menu is full of tantalising treats for the sense from start to finish. Highlights of the four-course brunch include House-cured Gravlaks, Spelt Banana Pancakes and Crispy Cod Cheeks, bringing a special twist to Signe Johansen’s recipes from ‘How to Hygge’. Guests will even receive a freshly baked cinnamon bun to take home. We can’t wait for our Scandinavian summer!

Above images taken by Keiki Nordljus for 'How to Hygge' by Signe Johansen, £14.99, published by Bluebird

108 Brasserie 

From 1st to 30th June, 108 Brasserie at The Marylebone will also be getting stuck into Food Month with 'London Does Lunch'.

Chef Russell Ford has carefully constructed a special set of culinary creations which will be available daily for lunch. The dishes on offer are enough to set your taste buds tingling on sight - think Argyllshire smoked salmon with Guinness brown bread, Spelt risotto, white mushrooms, sage and even shaved Berkswell and Josper grilled pineapple, coconut ice cream and passion fruit salsa, and at just £20 per person for two courses and a glass of wine, it doesn't get much more appealing than this.

Evening Standard Food Month @ 108

Roasted organic baby beets goat's curd, basil & balsamic (Left) and Josper grilled pineapple, coconut ice cream and passion fruit salsa (Right)

Book a table at  Dalloway Terrace /  108