What’s on: Hop into Easter with Searcys
We are egg-static to share with you all the exciting things going on in Searcys venues over the Easter period!
Easter falls around the time of the spring equinox which marks the end of winter and beginning of longer daylight hours. Eggs are often associated with this time of year as they are the pagan symbol for spring and new life which was adopted by Christians in Britain. Decorated eggs were therefore given as gifts in the Victorian era; however, the tradition of chocolate Easter eggs first became commonplace in Germany and France in the 19th century.
Fittingly, St Pancras Brasserie has officially launched its’ first egg-centric breakfast menu featuring Clarence Court duck and hen’s eggs. You can enjoy dishes such as a coddled egg with Scottish smoked haddock and spinach or even a Laurent-Perrier breakfast which includes a two-course breakfast and a glass of Champagne. Check out the mouth-watering menu here
Osteria at the Barbican will be serving delicious colomba cakes imported from Italy this Easter. Colomba cakes are traditionally eaten at Easter in Italy which are made of a sweet dough, which taste similar to a panattone, an Italian Christmas cake.
The Bath Pump Room’s especially created Easter evening menu includes a delicious starter of honey glazed pork belly with a spring onion salad, main courses of smoked haddock fishcakes, broccoli and radish salad and a pressed lamb shoulder with a potato croquette and a pea and wild garlic puree. To book a table click here
William Curley, our master chocolatier partner, is sharing his love for chocolate with the Gherkin this month with both a workshop and an exclusive chocolate tasting menu. Find out more here