Celebrate St George’s Day with the best of English at Hard Rock Cafe

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Celebrate St George’s Day with a week-long menu of the finest English food at Hard Rock Cafe

Compared to the rest of the British Isles, England’s patron saint doesn’t seem to get as much attention as his contemporaries across the borders. However, with St George’s Day coming up this Saturday, Hard Rock Café London are celebrating the best of English with a special menu for one week only so you can indulge your inner patriot… and your appetite.

From 20 until 26 April, there will be an exclusive St George’s Day menu featuring an English twist on the Hard Rock’s classic burger and drink. The dish will be made from the finest English ingredients with locally sourced produce. The St George’s Day Burger comprises of the classic HR Patty with creamed horseradish, Lancashire cheese, and rare roast beef (from the oldest butcher in the capital) served on toasted bun with fresh watercress. On the side will be Gunpowder mustard (from the Houses of Parliament shop) fries with cider vinegar and Bovril gravy.

When it comes to drinks, what could be more English than a Gin and Tonic? The Afternoon G ‘n’ Tea Cocktail will feature Hendrick’s Gin infused with Earl Grey tea mixed with sweet and sour, served with a refreshing twist of basil and lime.

  • The St George’s Day menu is only on from 20-26 April 2016. Hard Rock Cafe London, 148 Old Park Lane, Mayfair, W1K 1QY. Nearest station: Hyde Park Corner. For more information, visit the Hard Rock Cafe website.

For a guide to what else is on in London this month, click here.

For Metro Girl’s bar and restaurant reviews, click here.

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Media professional who was born, brought up and now works in London. My blog is a guide to London - what's on, festivals, history, restaurant reviews and attractions, as well as the odd travel piece. All images on my blog are © Memoirs Of A Metro Girl, unless otherwise specified. Do not use without seeking permission first.

Posted on 18 April 2016, in Festivals, Grub, London and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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