As temperature increase in summer, visitors may like to make the most of the hot weather and eat outside, which is possible in several central London hotels.Luxury outlets tend to offer varied menus that please a range of palates. Top end accommodations are renowned for their delicious dishes that are inspired by meals from across the globe, including Italian and Japanese cuisine. These are often eaten in surroundings that complement the exquisite dishes and provide an excellent service.
Boutique hotels in London do their best to meet the needs of their guests and give them the opportunity to see all the sights they wish, as well as ensuring they are as comfortable as possible.For this reason, several accommodations in the city open up their external areas in order to hold barbecues.This gives guests the chance to enjoy a wide range of flame-grilled food in the warmer days and balmy dusks. Special packages provided by a selection of central London hotels see visitors enjoying delicious drinks, such as champagne, Pimms and sangria.
As well as the traditional sausages usually found sizzling on a barbecue, luxury hotels prepare a medley of mouth-watering meals. These generally include three courses, with starter menus featuring tasty salads. Popular first courses are grilled vegetable and cous cous salad, amongst other light dishes. For main courses, guests are able to choose between delicious treats such as Cumberland sausages, steak, chicken kebabs and fish dishes.
Vegetarians are also catered for with baked stuff aubergines and vegetarian burgers on offer. To round off the first two courses, boutique hotels in London often provide a range of desserts. Those with a sweet tooth can get stuck into profiteroles, cheesecake and tartlets for example. Meanwhile, guests who prefer savoury snacks, such as cheese and biscuits can opt for these instead.