The special themed Chelsea in Bloom menus and items available at the Square’s restaurants are perfect for soaking up the atmosphere with family and friends. With the sun shining, why not take advantage of the al-fresco dining experience whilst you feast on these floral eats.
Gallery Mess is providing an unusual yet delicious feast of delicacies, and the Chelsea in Bloom menu brings across a taste of summer freshness and floral goodness. Dishes including chilled watercress soup with fresh peas and risotto primavera are perfectly refreshing for this time of year, whilst desserts including honey panna cotta with cherries and shortbread will satisfy sweet cravings.
For a suitably floral drink, Comptoir Libanais has a thirst-quenching lemonade made with lime and rose syrup, perfect for a relaxing treat in the sun as you catch up with friends. For something a little stronger, Stolichnaya vodka can be added, or try the rose and rum daiquiri.
To top off your week, why not visit the Floral Food Market on Saturday 28th May? Brought to you by Partridges, we can’t wait to try the Chelsea Flower canelés, complete with floral creations on top. There will also be scrumptious edible flowers, the launch of a new almond butter and strawberries and cream pancakes, so make sure you pop in between 10am and 4pm.
We are delighted to say Duke of York Square has now re-opened. Our first priority is to provide you with a safe and secure environment so we have reshaped your visitor experience to enable social distancing.
When entering a shop at Duke of York Square, you are required by UK law to wear a face covering from 24 July 2020 until further notice.
Thank you for your cooperation.