The three-course menu will feature the coveted engagement chicken.
Terrace Restaurants and Tea Room
Credit: Terrace Restaurants and Tea Room

The wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry is less than six months away, which means that companies and brands are rushing to create products inspired by the royal couple's impending spring nuptials.

Well, one of the first to emerge from the pack is The Terrace Restaurants and Tea Rooms in central London and Guilford, Surrey. The posh eatery is taking advantage of the wedding fever by offering its guests a limited-edition "Harry and Meghan wedding menu," beginning on May 1 and continuing through May 21, 2018. Unfortunately, though, no other restaurants here in the U.S. have adopted this clever idea (yet).

According to husband and wife co-owners Ehab and Rowena Shouly, the three-course menu will "reflect the couple's own tastes as well as the now well-known story of their romance."

Not only that, but the menu will highlight some of Harry and Meghan's favorite dishes, including the California native's beloved turkey meatloaf. The former Suits actress revealed in a 2016 interview with Delish that the comforting classic reminds of her home.

Everybody's starting to guess what the menu that will be served at the royal wedding will consist of. So we decided to do some work on behalf of Prince Harry and Meghan," said Ehab Shouly, Director of The Tea Terrace. "You can call it our wedding gift to them."

As far as sides and starters, guests can nosh on Meghan's go-to lunch: Poutine and salad Nicoise. The Canadian dish is made with French fries and cheese curds and topped with a brown gravy.

Next, for the main course guests might choose the Ina Garten-approved roast chicken. It's the chicken dish many hopeful brides-to-be attribute to snagging the ring (and the guy). In fact, Harry was preparing roast chicken, just before getting down on one knee at his cottage in Nottingham to propose.

Seswaa, a common meaty delicacy found in Botswana, also made the cut. The dish pays homage to the place where Harry sourced the primary stone for Meghan's engagement ring.

Then finish the evening on a sweet note, one that mirrors the sweet and charming love story of these two. Dessert lovers can choose between super sweet Botswana malva pudding or a banana loaf, which may just be the fruity flavor the royal couple will indulge in for their own wedding cake next spring.

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Even better than getting a chance to nibble on the couple's preferred meals, Shouly shared with Good Housekeeping that proceeds made from the limited-edition menu will be donated to Prince Harry's charity, Sentebale. Cheers to good eating for a good cause!