From Boob Buns To Honey Shakes: Tips From The Brits for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Here’s an opportunity to make your on-premise customers happy and give them a reason to revisit your menu while raising some money for charity. We got some tips from the Brits on how to do Breast Cancer Awareness Month in style, while contributing to this wholly worth cause.

Aster’s Pink Lattes and Boob Buns

Modern European inspired restaurant Aster islaunching boob buns and pink lattes throughout October in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Situated in Victoria, Aster will serve a unique twist on the traditional Swedish semla bun, alongside pretty in pink lattes with a percentage going to the charity.

Queens Skate Dine Bowl Goes Pink

Meanwhile, Queens Skate Dine Bowl in West London is going pink with the launch of London’s first all-pink bowling lanes in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (1st-31st October), with all profits going to the charity. Onsite cult food destination MEATliquor will also be providing pink milkshakes for the whole of October.

Milkshakes include the Tennessee Maple, a blend of maple syrup, Jack Daniel’s and vanilla shake and The Honey Shake, a blend of Jack Daniel’s Honey, chocolate and vanilla shake, alongside sharing dishes, cocktails and craft beers served straight to your bowling booth from MEATliquor.

Bluebird’s all pink afternoon tea

Chelsea institution, Bluebird restaurant is bringing back their all pink afternoon tea in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness month. The Think Pink afternoon tea will be in association with The Palm, Whispering Angel’s newest Vin de Provence Rose, serving an elegant French twist on this quintessentially British afternoon delight.

Pastry extraordinaire, Roger Pizey has created an all pink three tiered affair serving red velvet rolls, raspberry macaroons, sweetheart battenberg, scones with clotted cream and strawberry preserve and a selection of freshly prepared sandwiches. The fuchsia affair will be accompanied by a glass of The Palm, a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah made from grapes which are selected from the best vineyards in the appellation Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, a Lychee Rose Martini, tea or coffee. The Think Pink afternoon tea is priced at £26.50, with a percentage of the proceeds going to the Pink Ribbon Foundation.


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