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Peyton & Byrne's Inn the Park creates alpine-inspired December offer

20 November 2015 by
Peyton & Byrne's Inn the Park creates alpine-inspired December offer

Peyton & Byrne's Inn the Park site in London's St James's Park is to transform into an alpine-inspired chalet for the month of December, including new festive-themed menus.

The 120-cover Westminster venue will also offer fur blankets, vintage sledges and cosy alcoves designed to create a ski-chalet-style feel. The changeover in design coincides with the return of the post-Christmas winter brunch menu, which will be available from 26 December to 1 January.

Guests booking an evening event will have a choice of spiced apple juice among the soft drink options; while there will also be a selection of seasonal canapés, and after-dinner mince pies.

Seasonal menus will include a warm Stilton croustade with cranberry chutney; goats' cheese with mulled wine; bronze turkey with prune stuffing and tarragon jus; roast goose breast with celeriac and cranberries; chocolate orange mélange; and Christmas pudding with brandy cream.

Christmas menus at the site start at three courses for £27.50, for a group booking of a minimum of 10 people.

Opened in 2004, the Inn the Park ‘eco-lodge' is part of the Peyton & Byrne group, which also includes the Keeper's House in the Royal Academy on Piccadilly; the Wallace in Marylebone; the Orangery in Kew; the Lyric Bar & Grill at the Lyric Hammersmith, and the King's Library restaurant in the British Library in Euston.


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