Caviar House & Prunier's afternoon tea, the “world's first” gluten and nut free omakase menu and an all day dining experience, accompanied by sweeping views across London’s skyline.

Great British Life:  Caviar House & Prunier's afternoon tea Caviar House & Prunier's afternoon tea (Image: Caviar House)

Caviar House & Prunier, Piccadilly,

Caviar House & Prunier has launched an exclusive afternoon tea at its flagship 161 Piccadilly, London, location.

Renowned for its exceptional range of caviar, Caviar House & Prunier's afternoon tea is delicately curated to elevate the cherished British tradition of afternoon tea.

Once the domain of dainty sandwiches and delicate pastries, the Caviar House Afternoon Tea combines luxurious flavours of caviar and seafood to push the boundaries of indulgence. A sensory journey that unveils an array of sumptuous delights, with a refined selection of ingredients.

For £110 per person, you can enjoy a lavish spread accompanied by artisan tea. However, for those seeking an extra touch of opulence, the champagne or cocktail pairing, priced at £125 per person, promises to perfectly complement the flavours on offer.

Start your epicurean journey with a freshly baked scone selection, generously served with Balik salmon fillet, crème fraiche, and the finest caviar. Continuing the seafood theme, the savoury selection presents an assortment of mouthwatering creations. Sink your teeth into a prawn brioche roll packed with succulent prawns and subtly enhanced with the secret house sauce. For a distinctive twist, the Balik tartar sandwich offers the perfect marriage of delicate flavours. Then there' the pièce de résistance – a toasted grilled egg sandwich topped with caviar —an irresistible combination of textures and tastes.

No grand feast is complete without a sweet ending, and Caviar House & Prunier certainly doesn't disappoint with a tempting selection featuring caviar as never seen before. This unique addition adds a dimension of indulgence to classic pastry delights such as lemon tarte, macarons, and petits fours.

Great British Life: Juno Omakase, Notting HillJuno Omakase, Notting Hill (Image: Juno Omakase)

Juno Omakase, Notting Hill

London's new six-seater omakase restaurant — thought to be the country's smallest — promises a “Tokyo meets Tulum” dining experience and the “world's first” gluten and nut free omakase menu.

Juno Omakase can be found above Los Mochis in Notting Hill, with executive chef Leonard Tanyag at the helm, formerly of Zuma, along with head chef Han Heung, late of Nobu and Roka.

Juno Omakase serves a £180-per-person menu, expanding on the existing pan-Pacific ethos wherein Mexico and Japan meet. In true omakase fashion, Juno doesn't have a published menu, but serves the best calibre fish and seafood it can obtain each day from a range of sustainable suppliers.

Omakase, which translates to “I leave it up to you”, has recently become something of a mainstay of London's high-end dining scene. Several new restaurants dedicated to it, including Sushi Kaneska, Ine and Uosei, all opened last year, with prices reaching as high as £420-a-head.

At Juno guests can indulge in 15 creative courses with a dedicated sommelier offering exquisite wine, sake, and agave pairings.

Great British Life: The views from Mercer Roof TerraceThe views from Mercer Roof Terrace (Image: Mercer Roof Terrace)

Mercer Roof Terrace, City of London

Located at boutique hotel Vintry & Mercer in the City of London, Mercer Roof Terrace is offering an all day dining experience, accompanied by sweeping views across London’s skyline.

The rooftop restaurant, with an al fresco terrace and indoor dining room, champions the very best of British cuisine.

Highlights from the a la carte menu include the Mercer Prawn Cocktail, BBQ octopus with romesco sauce, lemon, fennel, capers, black olives and paprika, Cornish fisherman stew and rib-eye or sirloin steak. To pair, Mercer Roof Terrace has an excellent wine selection, including a variety of English Sparkling wines from nearby counties including Kent and Sussex.

For those wishing to enjoy the view with a cocktail in hand, Nelson’s Square - blending rosemary infused Ocho Reposado tequila, St. Germain, grapefruit juice, sugar and lime juice - is a must-try.As is the ‘Cucumus Melo’ with Ramsbury vodka infused with cantaloupe.

Great British Life: Crown Afternoon tea at Mercer Roof TerraceCrown Afternoon tea at Mercer Roof Terrace (Image: Mercer Roof Terrace)

Fancy something a bit different?

Available every weekend, Mercer Roof Terrace’s ‘Crown Afternoon Tea’ is inspired by the opulent world of British royalty, with a special Princess and Prince’s Afternoon Tea available for the little ones.

Savoury options - each named after a royal palace - include ‘Balmoral’ a truffle egg mayonnaise brioche bun, ‘Windsor’ a mini yorkshire pudding with roast beef, horseradish and gravy and the traditional ‘Kensington’, a finger sandwich of smoked salmon and herb cream cheese. In true afternoon tea fashion, there are plain & raisin buttermilk scones with Cornish clotted cream, Earl Grey jelly and strawberry jam whilst the jewel in the crown sees the handcrafted pastry selection. This includes a‘Chocolate Sceptre’, made with dark chocolate & salted caramel, a glazed ‘Sovereign’s Orb’ filled with delicious raspberry and orange blossom mousse and Genoise sponge, a Strawberry Victoria cake, and the Apple & (Penny) Blackberry Stamp.

Guests can enjoy the Afternoon Tea alongside a delicious Royal Teapot cocktail or a glass of Charles Heidseick Champagne.