David Mellor Design creates bespoke supper trays for the ROH
Royal Opera House Restaurants showcases the best of British design and creativity with new dining option.
21 October 2013 at 6.07pm | 3 Comments
Supper Trays designed by David Mellor Design, served by Royal Opera House Restaurants © ROH Restaurants 2014
Convenient and informal, the supper trays are an exciting new way for guests to grab a bite in the bustling atmosphere of the Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar before a performance and during the interval.
View the Supper Tray Menu.
The supper trays are designed to be enjoyed at communal standing tables. ‘We hope to serve those guests who want something substantial to eat in more relaxed style,’ says Mike Lucy of Royal Opera House Restaurants, ‘and David Mellor, a name forever associated with superb tableware, is the perfect design house to create this unique tray design.’
The supper trays are made of top-quality European oak for the solid wood frame, and will feature crockery from the David Mellor’s porcelain range. David Mellor Design produces a wide range of stylish cutlery, tabletop products and kitchenware. Founded by David Mellor CBE, a specialist in metalwork and the youngest-ever Royal Designer for Industry, the company has a wonderful heritage of craftsmanship.
‘The trays designed for us add further style and value to our Royal Opera House Restaurants experience and complements the food and drink we serve,’ continues Mike. ‘It is culinary British craft at its contemporary best!’
The £18 option offers a set menu of three dishes, from which guests can choose meat or vegetarian trays. The £28 option offers a choice of three dishes per course, including dishes such as wild mushroom and truffle tart, smoked duck with celeriac remoulade and walnut dressing, rare roast beef with purple sprouting broccoli and parmesan dressing, and sloe gin trifle with apples and blackberries.
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