THE Cadogan in Sloane Street, Knightsbridge will combine the classy and the cool when it hosts a Jazz Supper on Friday May 17.
‘The Best of British and All That Jazz’ will be the first in a series of special dinners, which will be held on the last Friday of each month in the hotel’s restaurant, Great Taste at The Cadogan.
Jazz from performers such as The Blues Engineers; Georgia Mancio, Gabrielle Ducomble; and Gordon Mark Webber will be played in two 45-minute sets from 7.30pm to 8.15pm and from 8.45pm to 9.30pm.
Guests will be able to tap their feet to the rhythm of the beat while enjoying award-winning food from Head Chef Oliver Lesnik. Oliver and his team have devised a menu that incorporates ‘Gold Star’ produce from the Great Taste Awards. Favourite dishes include: Miso Marinated Mackerel; Heather Fed Lamb; and Passion Fruit Bakewell Pudding.
Jazz musicians will also take centre stage in The Cadogan’s Drawing Room on Thursday 23 May and Friday 24 May 2013 between 3pm and 6pm. The Blues Engineers and Milton & Farrow will perform three 40-minute sets for guests enjoying Afternoon Tea in The Cadogan’s Drawing Room. This will be followed by further weekly performances.
Afternoon Tea at The Cadogan is served in association with Partridges, Royal Warrant holders as Grocers to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Afternoon Tea features assorted sandwiches, home- baked scones and pastries. It also includes a Chelsea Bun, which was first created in the 18 th Century at the famous Old Bun House near Grosvenor Row.
Guests can also enjoy a number of special tea blends, created by Partridges. Blends include: Mr. Shepherd’s Blend, Royal Blend and Afternoon Blend. Partridges has also developed a range of Chelsea Flower Teas, inspired by the historic association between flowers, nurseries and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.