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The Launch of 'An Awfully British Winter Cabin' at York & Albany

Thursday 9 November 2017

Winter Cabin New

The Gordon Ramsay Group celebrates an awfully British Christmas with the launch of its 'Cabin-et of Curiosity Winter Pop-Up' at York & Albany. 

Following the sell-out success of the Gingerbread Cabin last Christmas, townhouse restaurant and boutique hotel York & Albany returns with its ‘Cabin-et of Curiosity Winter Pop-Up’ this November, a playful experience that celebrates all things awfully British. Created in partnership with the Bacardi portfolio, this year sees the courtyard transformed into an inimitably eccentric British home. Situated on the edge of leafy Regent’s Park, guests are welcomed to sit back and relax whilst they enjoy a spot of afternoon tea, extraordinarily unusual British cocktails, lunch or dinner canapés, all whilst they revel in the best of traditional British cuisine in the privacy of their own ‘home’, served by their personal Butler.

 

York Albany winter cabin canapes

 

Available for private hire for groups of up to ten guests, the dog-friendly cabin will be adorned with an old-fashioned telephone, chandelier, stag skulls and vintage books, as well as Union Jacks and cushions decorating the armchairs, sofas and poufs, creating the scene of an eccentric British lounge, celebrating all things wonderfully weird in British traditions. The mirrored drinks trolley will take centre stage as guests help themselves to festive spirits and aromatic mulled wine. To really get in the spirit, smoking jackets and slippers are provided on arrival.

 

York Albany cocktails winter cabin

 

Lunch and dinner sharing menus include haggis sausage rolls, venison pigs in blankets, gin-cured salmon vol au vents and stilton and red onion tartlets. For afternoon tea, guests will enjoy scones with clotted cream and seasonal jam, open sandwiches including roast turkey & cranberry sauce, smoked salmon & dill and duck egg mayo, alongside cranberry cheesecake, blackberry bakewell, mince pies and ‘awfully British’ cups of tea. For those looking to get creative, festive cookies will be available with icings and decorations encouraging guests to make their very own Christmas cookie designs. Plus a mini kids afternoon tea is available for the little ones.

 

YA winter cabin kids afternoon tea



Curated in partnership by the renowned Bacardi-Martini group, the drinks menu includes inventive serves including a heady Hot Buttered Rum, made with Bacardi 8 year old rum, served in a vintage soup vessel, dished out amongst friends to sip from tea cups. The Slim Santa is served in a balloon glass with Grey Goose vodka, fresh pomegranate and slim line lemonade. Dewar’s in Blankets is an old-fashioned style cocktail of 12 year Dewar’s infused with bacon, stirred with honey and garnished with a crispy strip of bacon. In addition, Mulled Wine with the added twist of Grey Goose La Poire vodka and Chambord will sit on the drinks trolley for guests to decant.

The York & Albany ‘Awfully British Winter Cabin’ is open from mid-November 2017 to mid-February 2018.

 

Elevenses is available 11am-12:30pm
Afternoon tea is available 3pm-4:30pm
Lunch sessions available 1pm-2:30pm or 3pm-4.30pm
Dinner sessions available 5:30pm-8pm or 8:30pm-11pm

 

Book Your Tickets Now.

 

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