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This Week on The Dolor Factor
If there was ever anyone who could paint a picture of how a little piece of England could be lovingly recreated thousands of miles away and at an altitude of 2,000 metres plus its Jane Pearson Fernandez. This year, her family restaurant, Sir Winston Churchill’s, celebrates its 45th birthday.
The attention to detail is exquisite – from the outside — it’s carefully cultivated English garden flourishing with bougainvilleas. From the inside — its polished doors, in English-named and styled rooms and salons are beautiful leather sofas and armchairs and various collections from Wedgewood china, Toby jugs and war medals to brass rubbings.
Even recipes for British menu classics like Yorkshire pudding have been adapted to work in high-altitude Mexico City. It’s a piece of luxury, history and, above all, England, far, far from home.
Delia was so impressed that apart from meeting Jane, she had to experience Churchill’s Beef Wellington. Of course!
PS: Delia says the whole experience was superb and A MUST DO when in Mexico City.