The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are lucky enough to have travelled much of the world, jet-setting across the globe on royal tours, engagements and even family holidays – but it’s their luxurious Windsor Suite at Heathrow airport that has really got us talking.
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Ideal for royals, world leaders and A-list celebrities alike, Prince William and Duchess Kate are treated to chauffeur service, private luxury suite, Michelin-starr menus and even unlimited champagne when they fly from England’s busiest airport. No such thing as a grab-and-go sandwich from Pret for these royals!
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What’s on the menu at Heathrow’s Windsor Suite?
HELLO! looked into the exquisite culinary delights of Heathrow’s Windsor Suite, which is crafted by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton and served to guests by a personal butler.
Atherton’s menu features “light and seasonal” British produce, ranging from light snacks to more indulgent options.
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Instagram photos from real-life passengers show an array of sweet treats likely to be popular with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. While one photo reveals decadent pastries filled with pistachio and drizzled in honey, other pictures show chocolate fondue served with marshmallows, shortbread and fresh strawberries.
The royals can order as much as they like from the VIP menu
More posts from the Terminal 5 secret spot feature decadent dishes fit for the Queen, including BBQ pulled chicken with celeriac slaw, spiced sea bream with warm chickpea and samphire salad, confit tomatoes, charred aubergine puree and saffron aioli and steamed seabass with bergamot marmalade and pickled fennel.
Priya Malhotra, head of Heathrow VIP, previously told Business Insider: “You can order from the menu as much as you want.
“You can even order the entire menu and drink me out of Dom [Perignon Champagne] – please do so, but I might be grumpy”
A pass to the Windsor Suite gives guests access to unlimited Champagne
Kate and William’s culinary luxury doesn’t stop when they leave the lounge, as British Airways fine dining menu for first-class passengers is a feast for the eyes.
Previous seasonal menus have included oak-smoked Gressingham duck, Italian burrata with summer truffle and lobster tortelloni with clam and sweetcorn chowder.
At over £3,000 for a two-hour service, dining at the royal-approved Windsor Suite is a steep affair, though not off-limits to the general public. Anyone willing to splash the cash for this luxury VIP service is welcome to – you just have to be a first or business class passenger! We’ll stick to the Pret sandwich for now…
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