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St James’ Hotel & Club launches new British Tapas Menu at William’s Bar and Bistro

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The humble bar snack appears to be having its moment in the spotlight. William Drabble who runs his Michelin-Starred restaurant at St. James’s Hotel & Club, has concocted an assortment of the very best British culinary fare to accompany a discerning list of English fine wines and craft beers.

Salted peanuts fade into oblivion as this year Drabble launches a mouth-watering selection highlighting much-loved British delicacies at William’s Bar & Bistro. Always using the very best British produce sourced from a number of small suppliers, William’s rustic, seasonal and farm-to-table menu mixes traditional British recipes with an original and contemporary angle.  

From Welsh Rarebit and Haggis to the ripest Tunworth cheese, the brand new British Tapas menu is a gastronomic journey - perfect for those wishing to sample dishes from all corners of Great Britain in the comfort and luxury of one of London’s finest five star hotels.  

Sibling restaurant to his Michelin starred Seven Park Place, William’s Bar and Bistro is the ideal place to relax over a cocktail, a refreshing beer, or a chilled glass of wine. The tapas menu is presented with a recommended list of award winning Gribble Bridge wines from Biddenden’s tranquil Kentish vineyards. With the freshest notes of apple blossom, freshly cut grass and blushing damask rose – it’s a reminder of an idyllic British summer, even when the English weather lets us down.  

Alternatively, for the whiskey drinkers, the smoothest Scottish single Malt from the Isle of Islay is recommended, and for those that love nothing more than a beer on a summer’s day, London Smoke, brewed in Shoreditch, hints of a smokey campfire – a nostalgic taste of summer road trips and holidays.  

While one or two dishes can be sampled as the perfect accompaniment to a pre-dinner aperitif, it might be all too tempting to make a feast out of the brand new British Tapas menu that lists nine delectable dishes.  

Smoked salmon, toasted country bread, black pudding and confit lamb fritters; tapas is one of the most social ways to dine – but with such delicious dishes, they might just be too good to share.

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