It seems like we all can't get enough of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's love story! And London will certainly be celebrating their royal wedding in style as The Tea Terrace Restaurants and Tea Rooms have already announced their Harry and Meghan Wedding Menu.
The British restaurant chain announced on Monday that they will be launching the exclusive menu for a limited time only to honour the highly anticipated royal wedding. The food included in the menu has been carefully thought out by owners Ehab and Rowena Shouly, and will consist of ingredients to suit the taste buds for the royal couple, who are currently preparing for their wedding on 19 May at St Georges Chapel.
A limited edition menu has been inspired by the royal wedding
The special serving menu will launch on 1 May and last until 21 May, just two days after the official wedding date. Guest will be able to choose from a variety of dishes for the main course including Seswaa – the national dish of Botswana. "Botswana holds a special place in Harry's heart as he told the media when he disclosed that the main stone in the engagement ring that he designed himself for Meghan, is from Botswana. The country holds a special place not just in Harry's right but also Megan, as they spent time there getting to know each other," said Rowena Shouly, Director.
Meghan’s favourite turkey meatloaf is also an option, as she revealed in a 2016 media interview that this was a dish her mum made for her growing up. Roast chicken is also on the menu, Rowena said: "As we know now, Harry proposed to Meghan as he was cooking a roast chicken dinner in their cottage."
And as for the most important part – the dessert – The Tea Terrace Resturant will be serving Botswanian Malva Pudding and Banana cake – which is rumoured the royal couple have requested it as their wedding cake. "Banana cake was Harry's favourite childhood dessert and apparently Megan loves dessert made with banana too," Ehab said.
All profits made from the menu will be donated to Prince Harry's charity Sentebale (sentebale.org), which supports the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.