Experience Veganuary in Style with a Vegan Supper Club at the Queens Hotel Cheltenham.
Join the team at the Queens Hotel on Friday 3rd February as they host their second Supper Club – this evening in-keeping with ‘Veganuary’, the month where many consume purely plant-based foods in a joint effort to improve the environment and challenge their daily diet. The Queens Hotel is providing an elegant twist this Veganuary, as the Supper Club will pair vegan wines with an exclusive vegan tasting menu - hand-picked by Tom Ellis, a connoisseur from the specialist distributor of fine wines First Class Products.
Tom Ellis has selected six vegan friendly wines to pair with each dish on the health-conscious five-course tasting menu, with vegan delights such as chilli-roast beetroot with hummus, toasted seeds, and crisp music bread, or vegetable pakora in a fragrant coconut dahl. The evening will start with a welcome glass of fizz and a chance to mingle with other like-minded guests, before an introduction to what makes wine vegan and the variety of wines from across the world that are best suited to the delicious dishes on offer. Some wines on offer include is an aromatic Castelbeaux Pinot Noir, or a smooth Chilinero Merlot.
HOW: Tickets for The Queen Hotel Cheltenham’s Supper Club are £60 per person, and can be booked here. To find out more about The Queen’s Hotel Cheltenham, visit their website at queenshotelcheltenham.co.uk
About the Queens Hotel Cheltenham
The Queens Hotel originally opened on 21 July 1838, with the hotel’s impressive Palladian facade exuding elegance and grandeur from the moment guests walk in. Opened in the same year as Queen Victoria’s Coronation, the hotel was named in her honour and today the property has retained and showcases original Victorian features that pay homage to her majesty. With a prime position on one of Cheltenham’s most beautiful Georgian streets, guests are perfectly placed to explore the cultural delights that the city has to offer - and a variety of parks, including Sanford Park, Pittville Park and Imperial Gardens, are just a short walk away.
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