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Behind the scenes with the Town Hall Hotel wedding team

 

We’re nearing the end of our wedding food blog series, and today I wanted to introduce you to the Town Hall Hotel wedding food available if you choose this gorgeous venue as your place to say I do. The culinary team are led by Head Chef Luke Robinson and they pride themselves in using locally sourced (to the UK) ingredients to create exceptional dishes of simple flavours combined with innovative cooking techniques.

Following our styled shoot last month (we’ll feature that soon) I photographed some of their delicious mouth-watering dishes. If you want to get more of an idea of the Town Hall Hotel wedding food on offer, there is a sample menu on their website, and it looks divine!

 

Town Hall Hotel wedding food

Starters

Scallop ceviche, pickled apple, yuzu & walnuts

Cured salmon, piccalilli & watercress

Pickled mackerel, cucumber, yoghurt & dill

Beef tartare, egg yolk, turnip & hazelnut

Salt baked beetroot, raspberries, goats cheese & pinenut (v)

Burnt celeriac, yeasted cauliflower, parsley & raisins (v)

Mains

Feather blade of beef, pickled carrots & onion broth

Confit Cod, braised endive, baby pots & black olive

Braised pork belly, smoked aubergine & baked pineapple

Baked onions, egg yolk, sorrel, crispy sour dough & pickled thai shallots (v)

Roasted Lamb loin, butternut, cep & cipollini onions

Braised leek, whey sauce, buffalo mozzarella & hazelnut (v)

Desserts

Raspberries, lemon curd & shortbread

Apple sorbet, peanut crunch & celery

Coconut, compressed watermelon, honeycomb & mint

 

Now, the Town Hall Hotel regularly use Lamplighter London for their calligraphy needs, and after seeing their food and a beautiful penned menu with swirling calligraphy I can see why, they are a match made in heaven. So if you’re looking for your London wedding stationery then definitely give Lamplighter London a look, and if you’re of the “do it yourself” mentality, they also run workshops, which I’m really hoping to make it along to one day (and if not a London one then I’ll be taking a trip up North to visit my very favourite Claire from Calligraphy for Weddings).

 

Lamplighter London calligraphy stationery for a Town Hall wedding

 

Until next time,

Amanda x

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