5 more places to watch the Royal Wedding on 19th May 2018


Sip your G&Tea the posh way at Fayre Share. Nothing embodies quintessential Englishness like sipping a gin and tonic from a beautifully elegant tea set, and that is exactly how this British favourite is served at new family-style restaurantFayre Share, in Victoria Park Village. The G&Tea is a gin and tonic made with East London Liquor Company’s London Dry Gin, which is distilled just over the park from the restaurant. It is served in a tea pot ready to be poured into a gorgeous selection of vintage tea cups, making it the ideal sharing tipple to celebrate the Royal Wedding. Fayre Share opens in Victoria Park Village on 14 May. Pinkies out, bottoms up!


A Royal Feast at Plum + Spilt Milk. Diners can celebrate the Royal Wedding with a very British feast for two at Plum + Spilt Milk. In honour of Prince Harry’s proposal over a roast chicken, Executive Chef Mike Denman is serving aHerb-fed while free range chicken, brined & butter roasted breasts, duck fat confit legs, slow roasted garlic bread sauce, alongside sautéed new potatoes, parsley butter and seasonal vegetables. Priced at £55, this is the perfect dish for couples dining around this national celebration.


Royal Tea at The Rubens. The Rubens at The Palace Hotel sits on Buckingham Palace Road, a stone’s throw from all Royal action. They will be offering a themed Wedding Afternoon Tea in honour of the upcoming Royal Wedding. The tea will include Elderflower and lemon cheesecake, to match the wedding cake chosen by the happy couple, as well as Chocolate biscuit cake, in honour of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding cake in 2011. To make sure this is a real royal occasion, there will even be Jammy Dodger biscuits, a childhood favourite to honour the new baby Prince. To make the most of the occasion, guests can enjoy the tea whilst watching the wedding live on screen at the Rubens Palace Lounge. Guests can also order ‘A Wedding Story’ cocktail, combining British and American flavours, including Chapter 11 English Whisky, Balblair 99 Bourbon infused sugar cube, Rubens homemade Champagne Vermouth and a touch of Lanson Fizz.


The Meghan Sparkle. Those wishing to toast Harry and Meghan’s wedding can head over to bbar at The Rubens at The Palace Hotel, where they have created a unique cocktail in honour of Meghan Markle joining the Royal Family.  ‘The Meghan Sparkle’ combines Morgan spiced rum, Don Julio Reposado, maraschino, Ancho Reyes chilli, lime, grapefruit honeycomb and pomegranate syrup and egg white, and, of course, is topped off with some sparkle.


Celebrate at Sanderson. Sanderson are celebrating the royal nuptials with their own Royal Wedding Party in Long Bar. With live music from Monroe, a set from DJ London Haarlem and a Royal Wedding cocktail, complete with Bombay Gin, Earl Grey tea infusion, Pink Lady apples, maple syrup and champagne, this party will be the next best night out, only coming second to the Royal Wedding itself. There will even be a bespoke wedding cake on display, made of mini regal cupcakes to make it the occasion fit for royalty.