charming menu cover is from London in the Swinging Sixties and shows a couple wearing white aprons tied around their waists with extravagant bows.
The chef, with a toque on his head and a red bandana around his neck, is passing a steaming hot dish to a pretty waitress or perhaps she is the co-owner.
So far, we’ve been unable to pinpoint the exact location of The Cup and Platter but, judging from the cheerful interior menu, this was an all-day restaurant that served booze and the prices were in British shillings and pence.
When we find out more, we will update.
Courtesy The George Lang Menu Collection The Culinary Institute of America.
Each order includes a print of the interior menu.