The doorways to London’s most anticipated luxurious tea emporium, Mariage Frères at the moment are open, bringing tea savoir-faire to the capital in a phenomenal five-story listed Georgian townhouse on Covent Garden’s King Street. Step inside and Mariage Frères’ meticulous consideration to element, and dedication to high quality, is clear in each element and product, from the elegant retail house and restaurant, specialising in tea gastronomy, by means of to the 2 non-public occasions areas and the tea museum.
Mariage Frères continues to set the requirements in luxurious teas providing an unequalled and the most important assortment of tea in the world from its apothecary-style wall, stretching to over 1,200sqm. Organised just like the grandest of wine cellars with distinctive crus composed of refined and complex blends, all can be found by the load from vintage black canisters. Discover 1,000 fragrant varieties from 36 tea-producing nations with white, yellow, inexperienced, blue, black and pink teas sitting alongside fruit teas, classic varieties, distinctive harvests and the model’s signature Marco Polo mix. Unique and particularly blended for Mariage Frères first London retailer is the Covent Garden Morning – a luminous black morning tea with fragrant notes of hazelnut.
Recognizing the 19th century roots of the model, greater than 150 years later Mariage Frères continues to supply a conventional and artisan strategy to tea-making. Tea specialists, dressed in white-linen, are available to supply prospects professional recommendation earlier than they buy their chosen mix from the classic cashier sales space, recreated in the fashion of the unique stations manned by the Mariage brothers again in 1854.
Other merchandise, together with seasonal collections, all fantastically packaged in an eye-watering array of jewel-like colours, embrace an assortment of tea-flavored and tea-scented objects reminiscent of signature fragrances, incense and candles in addition to confectionary, present units, distinctive teapots and teacups, books, strainers and tea paraphernalia.
For these searching for a luxurious grab-and-go expertise or to raise lunch al desko, Mariage Frères affords over 50 sorts of freshly brewed tea alongside essentially the most stunning wanting, freshly ready open sandwiches, candy and savory pastries.
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On the primary flooring, diners are seated both in the Voyage, a chic gallery, flooded with daylight from the atrium above and surrounded by an intricate listed heritage balustrade, or in the gorgeous White Himalaya room surrounded by vintage tea canisters. Walls are adorned with fashionable artwork and prints that includes the artistic imagery used in Marco Polo tea campaigns relationship again to the 19th century.
Open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, Mariage Frères’ distinctive Cuisine au Thé idea runs all through the menus, utilizing tea as a fragile ingredient, spice or flavoring in each dish.
Light and modern dishes embrace avocado guacamole-style with Japanese Matcha inexperienced tea and candy potato crisps; seared Thai-style beef tartar seasoned with Lune Rouge tea, honey soy sauce, ginger, cashew and toasted sesame; veal with Jasmin Bohème tea; roasted rooster with smoky Black Léopard Te jus; and Saumon Matcha with sautéed spinach, Siam rice and barberries. Tea-infused desserts are a scrumptious murals with the likes of Rouge in Love with Paris Over the Rainbow rooibos tea-candied strawberries with cream, bourbon vanilla shortbread and French meringue; and a decadent Carré D’Or, a 24-carat dessert of darkish chocolate lined with Black Magic Tea and 24-carat gold leaves.
All-day brunch is served on daily basis and is an integral a part of the Mariage Frères menu with Parisien set meals, all that includes freshly squeezed orange or grapefruit juice, toasted brioche with Gelées Extra de Thé and Aquitaine butter; a tea-infused dessert, alternative of tea and a Mariage cocktail or glass of champagne. Enjoy with scrambled eggs seasoned with Sel Matcha, artisan marinated smoked salmon and shrimp, Japanese matcha inexperienced tea fromage frais with herb and pomegranate-glazed salad; or roasted, braised and confit of greens in I Have a Dream tea. The afternoon teas are a should strive with a range on supply together with the King Street Afternoon Tea with a alternative of savoury amuse bouche and pastries; or take pleasure in a heat freshly baked Parisien fruit scone with Mariage Frères Gelées de Thé.
As properly as an enormous vary of teas and champagne, Mariage Frères affords a collection of gorgeous tea cocktails together with the Opéra Blue Dream, blue tea with pink fruits, vanilla aromas and gin; the Mariage’s with Marco Polo Rouge pink tea syrup and champagne and a Mirabeau Ballet, black tea with pink hibiscus blended with liquorice, lychee and white rum.
The Musée du Thé on the second flooring showcases tea antiques from across the world enriched by the Mariage Frères household’s private assortment from their years travelling at sea. Hand-illustrated oak and beech tea chests, pewter tea containers, Chinese furnishings manufactured from carved wooden, caddies, canisters, teapots, previous archives and an array of curiosities line the partitions, offering a captivating perception into the historical past of tea.
For non-public occasions and tea tastings, two non-public rooms, accommodating as much as 30 seated and 50 standing, one with its personal terrace; can be found.
38 King Street, Covent Garden
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