The Gore London has launched a new Rock ‘n’ Roll Afternoon Tea to run alongside The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains at The Victoria and Albert Museum
With its vibrant flair, The Gore, founded in 1892 and located by The Royal Albert Hall, has always had a very special connection with rock ‘n’ roll since 1968, when the Rolling Stones picked the hotel for the launch party of their Beggars Banquet album. The décor of The Gore’s Bar 190 still pays homage to the event.
This year it is Pink Floyd’s turn to be in the spotlight at The Gore, with the new delectable Rock ‘n’ Roll Afternoon Tea, which celebrates the music icons with a selection of finger sandwiches, scones and themed sweet pastries.
Enjoy delights inspired by some of the most famous Pink Floyd Albums Cover such as Dark Side of The Moon in chocolate mousse, Animals featuring the Battersea Power Station in carrot cake, cream cheese mousse and white chocolate ganache, and The Wall made of lemon sponge cake, jelly and marshmallow bricks.
Enjoy delights inspired by some of the most famous Pink Floyd Albums Cover such as Dark Side of The Moon in chocolate mousse
A golden ticket to attend the V&A exhibition is also included in the package, so that, after eating the rock ‘n’ roll-inspired delicacies, you can delve into the unparalleled audio-visual Pink Floyd journey, chronicling the music, design and staging of the band since their debut in the 60s.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Afternoon Tea is £50pp including tickets to The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains and is available until 10 October 2017. Rates at The Gore, part of the Starhotels Collezione, start from £195 per night, based on double occupancy.
190 Queen’s Gate, Kensington SW7 5EX; 020 7584 6601; gorehotel.com