About Time You Tried: A Deep Fried Crème Egg burgerBy Angelica Malin
The Crème Egg burger at K West Hotel & Spa is back by popular demand this Easter – and don’t whisk missing it as it’s available for a limited time only! Here’s what you need to know:
Studio Kitchen, within K West Hotel & Spa in Shepherds Bush, will be serving up sweet crème egg burgers, which went viral last year, with an added layer of extravagance: batter. The Crème Egg Burger will be available on the dessert menu and on the new Spring Rocks Afternoon Tea from 20th March 2016, to coincide with the first day of spring.
The mini slider burgers are made from a sweet brioche bun dipped in white chocolate and dusted in raspberry sprinkles. This is topped with the ‘burger’ – a gooey melted crème egg, encased in golden batter and topped with mascarpone cream and a good helping of strawberry jelly. The sliders are priced at £5.50 for a portion of two, and the Spring Rocks Afternoon Tea starts from £24.50 per person. The Spring Rocks Afternoon Tea also includes other tempting treats such as assorted candy floss, mini donuts, the daim dog, as well as the more traditional freshly baked blueberry ‘rolling scones’ and loose leaf tea.
The restaurant is renowned for creating innovative and indulgent burgers, and past alumni have included The Bloody Mary Burger and The Smoked Old Fashioned Burger. On the mezzanine floor above the Bar, Studio Kitchen is an informal eatery with an urban New York vibe. This is continued in the menu with dynamic, handcrafted burger offerings such as the Pulled Pig Burger and the Smoked Duck Burger.
The menu also features US style ‘dude food’ classics, including Bacon Mac ‘N’ Cheese, Big Fat Grilled American Sandwich and 10oz Grilled Rib Eye with skin on fries.K West Hotel & Spa’s dramatic interior redesign is inspired by the cult West London hotel’s rich music heritage and history of musicians staying at the hotel.
K West Hotel & Spa is at Richmond Way, London W14 0AX