Ham Solo Panini?
A short time ago, in a kitchen not too far away….
Is it really time to release our next themed afternoon tea? We have had this one pending in our minds for a little while now, and finally the time to tell you all about it is here!!
In a world of wars with afternoon tea, ‘May The Fourth Be With You’ feeds you an experience of fantastic food and novelty touches that will set your taste buds tingling and yearning for more.
Anticipated with bated breath, the concept launches on 4th May 2018 and is running til the end of July 2018.
The force is strong, so getting your priority tickets is essential – Just use the following e-mail address to reserve yours:
Over the last 12 months our afternoon tea menu has traversed uncharted territories and made the impossible become possible. We have had to become props technicians, food artists, illustrators, costumer designers, a special breed of mixologists, master bakers and innovative doers!
Our Byron’s team has travelled through space for inspiration on this one, and oh my have they returned back with some mind-blowing creations! (How do they do it every time!?)
See for yourself…
We don’t know about you, but we’ve certainly spotted a few items on there that we simply have to make our mission to try! If it’s not the Ham Solo Panini (props to Chef Lee on that one), then it has to be Chewies Toffee and Pecan Cookie or BB’s White Chocolate And Orange Pop Cake…
But then again, on second thoughts, we absolutely must taste it all!
Rumour has it there is also some dark and stormy cocktails on the horizon as well as floating beverages!
Not much left to say except for stop what you’re doing immediately, and invite your friends to this intergalactic experience! RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW AT:
‘May The Fourth Be With You’ starts on 4th May 2018 and is available to book at Colwick Hall until the end of July 2018. Tickets are 2 for £30 Monday to Wednesday, and £23.95pp Thursday to Sunday. To reserve contact 0115 9500 566 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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