Last time I had visited Mr Fogg’s esteemed tavern it had been for a casual lunch downstairs but this time was altogether more sophisticated affair as we three ladies were booked into the Gin Parlour and Salon for the evening.
After (many) photos were taken we took to cheersing and starting the birthday celebrations! As two of my closest friends from blogging, and actually friends in general, I was so pleased to be starting the celebrations with these lovely ladies as well as hearing about Colleen’s new flat and Angie’s upcoming adventures.
So serene in fact that we opted for another round of cocktails, this time choosing the Ophelia’s Pagne. This was a much stronger cocktail that contained Cointreau Noir liqueur shaken with bergamot liqueur, lemon juice and Angostura bitters and topped with our drink of the evening, Moët & Chandon champagne
A much stronger cocktail that was a touch too strong for my preference, but still a really well put together drink.
And the charcuterie board which I’ve been thinking about since my lunch a few weeks ago. Safe to say that all morsels were devoured and enjoyed just as much as they were last time.
Mr Fogg’s Tavern
58 St Martin’s Lane