Want to celebrate Meghan and Harry’s nuptials in style this weekend? If you are in Toronto, check out the Omni King Edward Hotel on May 18, 19th and 20th. This is a most fitting place to celebrate since it’s where Megan’s character got married in one of the last episodes of Suits. A nice rehearsal space for the real thing!
Here’s what’s on the menu for the special Royal Tea…coordinated by Sous Chef Elaine Wong. And it’s delicious. I know because I was lucky enough to be invited to the hotel’s preview unveiling.
Lemon and Elderflower Cordial Wedding Cake (Just like the real one!)
HRH’s Banana and Caramel Yoghurt Slice (HRH’s fave flavour combo)
Apple Pie inspired Macaron with white Peony steeped Buttercream (Peonies are M’s fave)
Citrus Posset with Blushing Spring Rhubarb
Lavender and Rose Infused Shortbread with Raspberry Preserve
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme Roast Chicken (the dinner Harry proposed during)
Scottish Smoked Salmon with English Mustard
California Veggie with Avocado, Sprouts & Goat Cheese
Sunday Roast Rare Sirloin with Peppered Stilton Cream
Egg Salad with Watercress
Classic cream Scone and Maple Oat Scone served with Devonshire Cream, Ontario Strawberry Jam & Cinnamon Banana Butter (YUM!)
And the Tea!
Sloane Fine Tea Merchants…
Darjeeling 2nd Flush – champagne of tea with muscatel profile and refined finish.
Heavenly Cream – Long-leaf Ceyone and Assam black tea blended with bergamot and creamy vanilla.
Queen of the Hill – Assam golden leaves, robust and regal.
Rouge Provence – Caffeine-free tisane, South African red rooibos blended with berries and French florals.
King Edward Blend – Floral jasmine and Ceylon, finished with rose petals.
English Breakfast – Unblended Chinese Keemun, true to the origin of EB.
Mountain Berry – Saskatoon berries, currants, raisins and blueberries.
Floral Jasmine – Golden jasmine blossoms, mellow, fresh and astringent.
Cost is $54 and $5 from each sale will be donated to World Vision Canada