To explore exactly how much our food habits have changed, we’ve analysed data collected by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs through their annual Family Food Survey, dating back to 1974.
With menus changing every two months in Windsor, our chefs have carte blanche to use classic seasonal favourite and slightly more unusual ingredients. Their May-June menu is savvy blend of best of British and once again, they have hit the spot!
While the scone is undoubtedly the number one treat in our afternoon tea selection, there is still an element of uncertainty over how to pronounce it (And when we say ‘element of uncertainty’, what we mean is: raging debates, ruined family meals and the loss of lifelong friends).
Looking to book a city break this year? Make sure you fully consider the cost of travel, food & drink when exploring the city. To make your life a little easier, we have analysed the average prices of 20 cities across the world to see how London prices compare.