Island Restaurant & Bar Now Serving its Own Honey

By tikichris Last edited 84 months ago
Island Restaurant & Bar Now Serving its Own Honey

Back in the summer of 2009, the Lancaster London became the first central London hotel to install beehives on its roof. A half million bees later (talk about sweet occupancy rate!), the hotel had its first honey harvest this summer and is now making their urban honey (with a touch of taste from nearby Hyde Park no doubt) available to the public for the first time with a new breaky menu at onsite eatery, Island Restaurant & Bar. We've had an a.m. feast at Island before and liked it. We reckon some granola or a warming bowl of porridge made with Lancaster London bee's honey could be nice treats with a bit of local flavour.

For more details, visit the Lancaster London's Bee Blog.

Last Updated 19 November 2010