Carving Trolley meets Bottomless Cava: Welcome to Weekends at Piquet
Move over Prosecco, there’s a new fizz in town. Add some sparkle to your weekend with exceptional British produce combined with classic French techniques and flavours, whilst sipping on endless glasses of refreshingly chilled cava at Piquet, the destination restaurant located just off Oxford Street.
Feast on beautifully made, seasonal dishes created by talented Chef Patron Allan Pickett, whilst sipping on Mas Sardana by Franck Massard, a dry, light and elegant cava for only an extra £9.50 when ordering a minimum of two courses*.
Served from 12pm – 2.45pm, Saturdays and Sundays, the weekend lunch menu features the classic yet savvy signature dishes of roast veal sweetbreads, Romaine lettuce, silky pomme puree and Madeira sauce; steamed monkfish, seared ox tongue, Savoy cabbage and port butter sauce; and poached and roast pheasant with turnip tops and thyme dumplings. If it’s a roast you’re after, look no further than Piquet’s famous carving trolley with delicious tender cuts of meat served tableside. Opt for saddle of lamb, stuffed with spinach and wild mushroom on Saturday, or 40 day-aged fore rib of beef with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and horseradish cream on Sunday (£17.50).
With two courses and the additional £9.50 for the bottomless benefits, Piquet is the perfect pit stop just off Oxford Street for those that wish to simply while away the afternoon in chic surroundings.