Mother’s Day at Swan

From breakfast and brunch through to afternoon tea, sparkling cocktails and our special set menu, we have got you covered this Mother’s Day. With hearty stacks of buttermilk pancakes and a cracking Eggs Royale, our brunch menu is an excellent…


Feast your eyes on Swan’s new winter cocktail menu

From the citrus sweetness in our Show-star Martini to the herbal notes of Spring, Where Art Thou! we have a whole host of new tipples joining this season’s cocktail menu. Cosy up in our bustling bar for a pre-dinner aperitif or post-work wind…


The Gin Trolley Has Arrived!

Create your ultimate tipple and round off your meeting, lunch or party in style with our gin trolley, bursting with our carefully selected range of artisan gins, interesting mixers and classic and creative garnishes. Gin Selection Bombay Sapphire Hendrick’s Gin…


2018 Christmas trends in the Events Industry

The results of Venue Search London’s recently published 2018 London Christmas Party Survey includes information from over 300 corporate event buyers and reveals the latest trends in this core and valuable sector of the capital’s event market. The survey covers…


Allan’s Windfall Apple Chutney

I love making this chutney with windfall apples from our back garden, and we have a mixture of two apples that we use – one is a cooker and one is an eater- and they look nothing like what you…


Swan in Bloom

The talented florists at The Swan Flower Company created a beautiful midsummer’s garden in the Balcony Room, with tumbling wisteria and overflowing florals as part of our 2018 summer pop up. By day we served our A Midsummer Night’s Dream…


Baked Lemon Thyme and Almond Sponges with Fresh Kentish Strawberries

These perfect little sponges are a great accompaniment to fresh Kentish Strawberries. The warm citrus notes from the thyme compliments the freshly cut strawberries. All the hard work is in making of the sponge mix and then they can be…


New flavours introduced to our Afternoon Tea Menu

Our A Midsummer Night’s Dream afternoon tea is inspired by the characters’ journeys in Shakespeare’s great romantic comedy. From the apricots that Titania feeds to Bottom and the mulberries on the lovers’ tree, to the ‘nodding violets’ that grow upon…


Allan’s Barbary Duck with Baby Turnips, Confit Potatoes and Black Cabbage

I find duck one of the harder poultry meats to get right when cooking, but don’t be put off by this, once you have mastered some the simple techniques used they will give you the wow factor when cooking for…


Allan’s Easter Chocolate Chip Shortbread Recipe

Easter is a fine time of the year to be baking with the children – especially when chocolate is involved. It’s normally the younger two of my children who want to join me in weighing out the ingredients and covering…

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