This dish does not contain any Arnold’s. When you are next ordering from The Wolseley you have to get this.. a creamy, haddock-filled dish named Omelette Arnold Bennet.
This indulgent omelette was originally created for the writer and novelist Arnold Bennett by the Savoy Hotel in London in the 1930’s. Bennett was staying at the Savoy Hotel while researching and writing a novel. During his time spent there, he ate this for breakfast every morning.
Fair to say the chefs at the Savoy had time to perfect the recipe. Indeed he insisted that this omelette was made for him wherever he travelled in the world. Thus the dish was named after him! The Wolseley must have the insider knowledge as its pure heaven.
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