On Friday 17 May, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel (originally The Midland Grand Hotel, established 1873), will host The Revival – a three-course meal with entertainment, inspired by the 1920s. One of
the hotel’s menus from 1921 has been unearthed from its archives, and dishes from it will be recreated for diners.
The three-course dinner will be held in the hotel’s glamorous Booking Office Bar. Guests will be welcomed with a glass of 2004
Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Champagne, while French dishes – fashionable during that era – will dominate the menu. Diners will start with consommé croute au pot, followed by boeuf bouilli flamande
and ending with a selection of mini French desserts.
Entertainment will, of course, come in the form of live jazz, courtesy of saxophonist Alan Short. To finish off the evening, a range of Great Gatsby-inspired cocktails will be available at
the bar, with creations including the Buchanan fizz, Gatsby classic and Fitzgerald Manhattan.
The 1920s’ Revival menu costs £35, including the welcome glass of Perrier-Jouët Champagne. Tables can be booked from 6.30pm onwards and music will run from 7-9pm. To reserve a table, contact the
Booking Office on 020 7841 3566 or email email@example.com and quote ‘The Revival’.