The iconic Champagne House is celebrating its 250th anniversary by bringing back their Sunny Side Up Café - serving eggs based dishes and Champagne. Named in homage to the quintessentially British ingredient, the egg, presenter and chef Andi Oliver has created a menu exploring the classics with a Clicquot spin including braised short rib burger, dippy eggs with Marmite soldiers, green shakshuka and sweet plantain waffles – paired with plenty of bubbles. A 'Sunny Sommelier' will be on hand to pair your menu choice with a glass, or bottle, of Veuve Clicquot.
Sunny Side Up Café is part of the brand's first-ever global travelling exhibition - the free immersive experience takes you on a journey through the house’s heritage, with historical documents and an original bottle of Veuve Clicquot from the 1840s on display. There's also original artworks inspired by Madame Clicquot and the power of the sun (a reference to the bottle’s famous yellow label) from nine renowned female artists, including Yayoi Kusama, Shelia Hicks and Moyoco Anno, on show.
A sunny disposition
Braised short rib burger with lemon salted cucumbers and golden turmeric mayo; dippy eggs with marmite soldiers; green shakshuka with callaloo, saltfish, chilli & toasted coco bread and sweet plantain waffles with fresh mango, chilli & coconut butterscotch.