Monday, April 23, 2012

London, England -The Pantechnicon Public House & Dining Room



It occurred to me that I have yet to blog about the gastropub in London where I spend the majority of my social hours, not only because the quality of the food is great, but because it is only about 39 paces from my flat. The Pantechnicon Public House & DiningRoom, or ‘Pantech’ as we call it for short, is part of the Cubitt House family of restaurants that serve the neighborhoods of Belgravia, Knightsbridge and Pimlico. The Pantechnicon is situated on Motcomb Street in Belgravia, and I will argue all day with anyone who dare say it is not the quaintest and most picturesque cobblestone street in all of London!


Wholemeal Buttermilk Pancakes, caramelized banana, whipped cream and maple syrup

Free Range Eggs Benedict: toasted English muffin, Canadian maple ham, spinach, and hollandaise sauce

The Pantechnicon is the sort of place you can come to at any hour of the day and sit for just drinks, a light bite or even a full meal. I am a big fan of their breakfast, as well as their Sunday Roasts with Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings. Their desserts are imaginative and always hit the spot. On a sunny day, if you can score one of the outside tables, there is no better place to sit and waste the day away. I bring every guest that comes to stay with me in London to The Pantechnicon at some point during their visit. 

Lightly battered fish and chips with mushy peas

Market fish of the day

Sunday Roast: Whole Suffolk chicken, sage and onion stuffing, potatoes, cauliflower, beans and roasted carrots

Sunday Roast: Kilvarock Farm pork loin with apple sauce, crackling and trimmings

Apple tart with burnt caramel ice cream
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