Students from the University of West London's London School of Hospitality and Tourism have served up a lunch fit for Her Majesty The Queen.BSC Culinary Arts Management level 4 and 5 and Chef and Restaurant level 2 students served an exquisite lunch that showcased traditional British picnic foods to Their Royal Highnesses, the Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations on 15 May 2012. The British picnic themed lunch took place at St Mark's Academy in Mitcham and students provided service and food for the buffet as well as the sit down lunch for the Royal couple and more than 200 esteemed guests.Guests, who included some of South London’s achievers and all 13 of the borough’s mayors, enjoyed a cold buffet of fresh and smoked salmon with cucumber salad, peppered fillet of rare Scottish beef with asparagus and horseradish and mini lemon meringues pies. For the two course lunch guests were treated to wild salmon trout with samphire, asparagus and pea with a citrus butter sauce and summer pudding with clotted cream for dessert. To add to the extraordinary experience guests were provided with excellent front of house service by students who served champagne, tea and coffee.The menu and the front of house service clearly illustrated the immense talent, dedication and skills of the University's London School of Hospitality and Tourism students. Michael Coaker, Senior Lecturer in Culinary Arts at the University was the Executive Chef for the event. He also found time to entertain and educate children with a bread making demonstration.Commenting on the role of the students at the special Jubilee event, Professor David Foskett, Head of the University's London School of Hospitality and Tourism, said:'I am incredibly proud of the contribution that our students have made during the celebrations of what is a truly historic event. Our students have experienced something very unique and I am glad that they rose to the challenge and showcased their immense talent.'