Coronation Cod and Chips

Celebrate the Kings Coronation in Royal Kensington

coronation burger

Celebrate Prince Charles Coronation with Cod and Chips at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel Kensington. The United Kingdom is gearing up for a weekend of celebration as King Charles has his official Coronation at Westminster Abbey on Saturday May 6th.

The Millennium Gloucester is offering a royal feast with a selection of Coronation themed food and beverages including ‘Coronation Cod and Chips’ and three cocktails specially designed by the mixologists of Humphrey’s Café and Bar to feature the favourite tipples of King Charles himself. Best of all, The Millennium Gloucester Hotel is perfectly located to celebrate the Coronation and be close to the action but avoid the closures and pandemonium of Westminster.

Coronation Menu
Millennium Gloucester Hotel Kensington

  • Gloucester Burger: £ 11
  • Crispy Cod Fishcake Burger: £ 13.50
  • Fish & Chips: £12.5
  • Bucket of 3x Bottles of Beer : £ 12
  • Tiger Beer – Peroni – Heineken Original
  • Glosmopolitan: £ 11
  • Dry Martini: £ 9
  • Kir: £ 8
  • Heineken draft (pint): £5

Background information on the Millennium Gloucester Hotel

The modern and spacious guest rooms at the hotel feature all the mod cons and guests can enjoy a chose of dining options at South West 7, Humphrey’s Café and Bar or the stand out of the hotel is the Bugis Street Brasserie which offers diners award winning modern Singaporean cuisine.

For guests wishing to explore what else London has to offer, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Serpentine Gallery, the Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park are just 10 minutes’ walk away. Fantastic bars and restaurants surround the hotel, and the fashionable Knightsbridge district is a short walk away.

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