Afternoon tea at Nobu Berkeley……Regis Cursan

New Mojito Cake from Berkeley NOBU

Regis Cursan Executieve Pastry Head Chef Nobu Berkeley and Park Lane just created a new dessert for the menu Appleton rum mousse, mint sponge, lime and mint sorbet  with rum jelly

NOBU BERKELEY ST LAUNCHES AFTERNOON TEA

Celebrated culinary institution Nobu Berkeley ST is introducing a refreshing alternative to the traditional British social staple, with the launch of its bespoke Japanese inspired afternoon tea.

Nobu’s award-winning chefs – executive chef and pastry chef, Mark Edwards and Regis Cursan – have created this glamorous tea with a twist. At £30 per person, the sitting includes savory Takoyaki (beef and octopus varieties of Japanese street food bites) smoked salmon sashimi with a wasabi sour cream and grilled kai lan with shitake mushrooms. For sweets, Japanese-style green tea doughnuts filled with a creamy yuzu curd, mochi and fruit skewers and miso sable biscuits complete the menu.

An assortment of six specialty teas including vintage white, Nobu green, and Japanese matcha are carefully brewed to accompany the feast and unlimited cups are available to sip throughout the afternoon.

Between the hours of 3pm and 5:30pm Monday to Friday

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One thought on “Afternoon tea at Nobu Berkeley……Regis Cursan

  1. You Are soooo amazing!!!!

    On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 12:33 PM, thehomelesschefs wrote:

    > ** > thehomelesschefs posted: ” New Mojito Cake from Berkeley > NOBU Regis Cursan Executieve Pastry Head Chef Nobu Berkeley and > Park Lane just created a new dessert for the menu Appleton rum mousse mint > sponge lime “

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