New sundowner seafood menu on the banks of the Thames this summer

The countdown to the end of August is on, so if seafood and summer are your thing, then Le Pont de la Tour is where you need to be.

Until the end of the month, for £50 a pop, you can sit Thames-side through golden hour (for the ‘Gram), feasting on the restaurant’s sundowner seafood menu, coupled with Moet & Chandon champagne.

There’s a new chef in the kitchen, Thomas Piat, whose new menu of his favourite fresh bits from the sea will be paired alongside a sea of white florals and green foliage will decorate the outside terrace alongside some elegant gold and white Moët lifebuoys  as guests catch the last-minute rays in style on the sun-drenched terrace. 

The sundowner menu features seafood delights such as bouillabaisse of mussels and prawns with saffron potatoes; line-caught cod filet with ratatouille Provençale and  stuffed piquillo peppers and lavender peach melba with vanilla ice cream. Enjoy the three-course seafood platter and a cold glass of Moet & Chandon as guests take in the breath-taking early evening views by the river. 

See more at the Le Pont de la Tour website.

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