|By Marketwired .||
|June 17, 2014 03:39 PM EDT||
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- When considering restaurants near Hyde Park, London it's not always the first thought to consider a hotel. However, London Marriott Hotel Park Lane is an exciting choice for both the casual diner and "foodie" alike.
Inspired by the many London "lanes," such as Brick Lane with its Indian influenced culinary traditions, Edgware Road for a taste of the Middle East, Kingsland Road lined with Vietnamese street food classics, and Portobello Road for quintessential London favorites -- the new menu at Lanes of London in London Marriott Hotel Park Lane is sure to satisfy even the most diverse palates.
Made with only the finest locally sourced ingredients, signature dishes like Indian Butter Chicken, Lebanese Kafta Meshewi, Meantime Ale battered Fish and Chips, or Vietnamese Bun Thit Nuong allow diners to experience a variety of worldly comfort foods while feeling reassured that their food was sustainably produced and prepared.
The new menu at Lanes of London includes an innovation that no other central London restaurant can claim. The restaurant not only features a diverse gourmet menu, but also serves the best in what London street food has to offer. Lanes of London will reserve space on their menu for the "Street Food Hero" -- a new initiative to showcase well-known local street food vendors. The introduction to the menu starts off strong with The Rib Man, whose reputation among local foodies has "officially" earned him the distinction of "The Best Ribs in London." The featured item will be the Rib Roll -- baby back marinated ribs (sourced from farm-raised pigs) that fell off the bone and onto a fluffy bun, topped with The Rib Man's homemade sauces. Guests visiting on Thursday nights can grab a Rib Roll, a Meantime Ale, and kick-back to the sounds of some of London's best up-and-coming musicians from 6:30PM-8:30PM -- a perfect combination to start the weekend.
After a night of entertainment, guests may enjoy a peaceful, comfortable night in the luxurious new bedding in one of the Park Lane suites or rooms. The next morning Lanes of London has guests covered again. New to their menu is the most indulgent brunch of any accommodation near Oxford Street. Served with the maxim "Brunch should be long, lazy, and boozy," Lanes of London does not disappoint. Available daily from 11:30AM-4:00PM, guests can sip on all you can drink mimosas, coffee, juice, or tea and graze all afternoon on a huge traditional English Brunch, which includes slow cooked bacon rib eye, Scotch egg, black pudding fritter, baked beans, sourdough, and pigs marrow -- share the food, but definitely not the drinks -- all for £ 27.50. For guests wanting to do London right, this new brunch offering from Lanes of London is the only place to start.
About the London Marriott Hotel Park Lane
Housed in a stately building overlooking Hyde Park and Marble Arch, London Marriott Hotel Park Lane is now one of the premier luxury hotels in London. This spacious property provides guests the room to breathe while experiencing the intimate charm of a boutique hotel. Its central London location puts famous city landmarks, storied theatres, and the shops of Mayfair and Oxford Street just a short walk away. A sampling of London's vibrant street food scene and a dynamic bar are featured at London Marriott's restaurant, Lanes of London. Suites are fully furnished for luxury. Elegantly appointed with plush new bedding, sumptuous bathrooms perfect for pampering, ergonomical workspace, and complimentary high speed wireless internet access ensure that guests of the London Marriott Hotel Park Lane will find everything they need. The hotel's indoor pool is perfect for relaxation or exercise. The luxury 5-star London Marriott Park Lane is unrivaled in its views, its location, its food, and its amenities -- this hotel ensures a first rate experience for all guests.
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London Marriott Hotel Park Lane
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