While the Queen will mark this momentous occasion with a river pageant along the Thames and a concert at Buckingham Palace, leading south London pub group, Renaissance, responsible for the acclaimed Avalon, Abbeville and Stonhouse in Clapham, The Bolingbroke in Battersea and The Rosendale in West Dulwich, will honour the Queen’s constant companions – the corgis – with a complimentary treat worthy of dog royalty.
Simply take your corgi, or dorgi, to any Renaissance Pub over the royal weekend for a delicious Orkney roast beef with all the trimmings, top quality dog biscuits and lashings of gravy for them to chow down absolutely free.
Let’s celebrate the corgi – only the finest for Britain’s most privileged pets.
Notes to editors:
- A complimentary roast beef sandwich is available for any corgi or dorgi (a crossbreed between a corgi and dachshund) from Saturday 2nd until and including Tuesday 5th June.
- The complimentary dish is available with the purchase of two drinks from the bar.
A right royal affair with Renaissance Pubs
Gather friends worthy of a prestigious engagement and step back in time for a feast quite simply fit for a Queen. Make a royal appointment over the Jubilee weekend with leading south London pub group, Renaissance, responsible for the acclaimed Avalon, Abbeville and Stonhouse in Clapham, The Bolingbroke in Battersea, The Rosendale in West Dulwich and The Tommyfield in Kennington to dine on a replica 1953 Coronation meal complete with a selection of English sparklings and international wines to match.
Tomato & tarragon soup (v)
Nyetimber, Classic Cuvee, West Sussex
Poached trout, potato & cucumber salad, caviar
Coronation chicken salad
Bacchus, Chapel Down, Kent, 2010
Roasted ham shank, foie gras, truffled Madeira sauce
Beef Wellington, creamed leeks and peas
Chateau Haut Beausejour, St Estephe, 2008
Kent strawberry tart and lemon posset
Chateau Tabali Reserva, Chile, 2010
Ramos Pinto Port LBV
A selection of fine English teas, coffee and biscuits
£60 per person
Choose your dining quarters from the luxurious Blue Room at The Avalon, the majestic Master Room at The Tommyfield or The Rosendale’s East and West Rooms.
Alternatively, if you’d simply like to dine on a selection of British classics, each pub will be serving up royal-inspired dishes on their daily specials board. Taking centre stage will Victoria sponge cake, named after another Queen of long standing reign, served with earl grey tea ice cream; beef Wellington, named after the first Duke, Arthur Wellesley, served with spring vegetables; Queen scallop tartare with royal gala apple granita and crostini of marinated coronation chicken in a light yoghurt dressing with toasted almonds.
To speak to a member of staff about organizing the perfect event, call your pub of choice and ask to speak t the manager.
However you choose to celebrate, make it a right royal do to remember.
The Avalon, 16 Balham Hill, London SW12 9EB T: 020 8675 8613
The Stonhouse, 165 Stonhouse Street, London SW4 6BJ T: 020 7819 9312
The Abbeville, 67-69 Abbeville Road, London SW4 9JW T: 020 8675 2201
The Bolingbroke, 174 Northcote Road, Battersea, London SW11 6RE T: 020 7228 4040
The Tommyfield, 185 Kennington Lane, London SE11 4EZ T: 020 7735 1061
The Rosendale, 65 Rosendale Road, West Dulwich, SE21 8EZ T: 020 8670 0812
For further information please contact Stuart Singer or Francesca Smalley at Roche Communications
T: 0207 436 1111 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Notes to editors:
- The Coronation menu is only available on Renaissance Pubs private rooms between 2nd-5th June: The Blue Room at The Avalon, The Master Room at The Tommyfield and The West and East Rooms at The Rosendale.
- The whole table must dine from the Coronation menu. Choices for 2nd and 3rd must be made in advance. A minimum of 14 people must be dining in the private dining room.
- The British classic dishes will vary between each pub and can change on a daily basis between 2nd-5th June.