Oliver Ephgrave

Nov 9th 2017

Plate #16: Chocolate selection (Ireland)

Heading north, the quest for sweet treats continues at Butler’s Chocolate Café. With a history dating back to 1932, this Irish institution is every chocoholic’s dream come true. Choose from a cornucopia of cocoa, from hazelnut caramel hearts to white chocolate flakes, 70% truffle delights and double chocolate bites.

Butlers Chocolate Café, D-Gates, lower floor

Plate #17: Cheddar and pickle sandwich (UK)

After traversing the seven seas it’s time for cheddar cheese. Thankfully Pret A Manger serves up a very British sandwich that’s fit for the Queen. Filled with mature cheddar, Pret pickle, tomatoes, red onion, salad leaves and mayo, it’s certainly a sarnie to savour.

Pret A Manger, D-Gates, lower floor

Plate #18: Smoked salmon and caviar (Russia)

The journey ends with one last indulgence – from Russia with love – at Caviar House & Prunier. The regally titled ‘Tsarina’ is pure luxury on a plate: a blini topped with smetana (Russian sour cream), a layer of Balik smoked salmon and crowned with 10g of Prunier caviar.

Caviar House & Prunier, D-Gates, upper floor