Wimbledon is officially underway and this year, Devonshire Club is offering members and non-members a gorgeous way to catch the finals on 14th and 15th July – nutritionist and wellness guru Clarissa Lenherr will be doing a demonstration of easy, healthy snacks, followed by champagne brunch and the games showing on the big screens.
Clarissa is a registered nutritional therapist and is passionate about educating people to discover and celebrate nutritious food. In this demonstration, she’ll be showing guests how to make Strawberries & Cream energy bites and Cucumber Bread-Free Sandwiches before joining attendees for brunch and catching finals in the Devonshire Club’s radiant Garden Room.
The Devonshire Club has recently launched a fantastic new brunch menu in line with the launch of the newly-unveiled Number Five restaurant. Created by Adam Gray, the substantial menu will include everything from brunch classics, egg variations, starters and salads, hearty mains and even a roast trolley. Gray’s menu is a reflection of honest, good quality modern British gastronomy, set at a very reasonable price of £25 for two courses, £30 for three courses with the option of free-flowing Prosecco at an additional cost of £15 and free flowing Champagne for £30.
Examples from the menu include:
Drop scones, streaky Bacon and Maple syrup or Natural yogurt and berries
Crushed Avocado and Poached egg on Sourdough toast, Chimichurri sauce
Burata, Burnt Ruby and Grapefruit Salad
Duck Hash, Fried Duck Egg, Worcestershire sauce dressing
Beef Short Rib, Truffle Macaroni and Cheese
Chocolate and Pecan Nut Brownie, Bourbon Ice cream
For more information or to reserve a space for the brunches please email email@example.com.