The EE British Academy Film Awards
Award shows are known for their glitz and glamour and fabulous food, drink, and goody bags. The BAFTAs — or British Academy Film Awards — are no exception.
The 71st BAFTAs is happening on Sunday, February 18 at London's Royal Albert Hall, and the attendees — set to include the likes of Margot Robbie, Angelina Jolie, Hugh Grant — are in for a treat.
The organisers shared the menu for the evening with Business Insider after showcasing the food and drink offering at an event called "A Taste of BAFTA" earlier this month.
The three-course menu was designed by Grosvenor House’s Executive Chef Nigel Boschetti and Anton Manganaro, Head Chef at the BAFTA's HQ in Piccadilly.
Celeriac cream and apple jelly served with pickled celeriac and apple, golden raisins, seeded crackers, and toasted hazelnuts.
Lamb cutlet and slow-cooked shoulder of lamb, roast garlic and thyme jus, potato gratin, kale, heritage carrots.
Sweet potato, pan-fried bok choy, ginger and coriander parcel, coconut, mango and chili salsa, basil sauce.
76% Supermilk Nicaragua Chuno Pebble, Sesame and Nigella Seed Brittle, Salted Caramel Chocolate Ganache.
The official spirit of the awards is Rémy Martin Cognac...
The wine is Villa Maria...
...And, of course, there will be Champagne — guests can expect to be served Taittinger.
The EE British Academy Film Awards will be broadcast on BBC One at 9 p.m. on Sunday February 18.
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