• Our new summer menu has arrived

New menu reflects all that’s great about the British summer.


Featuring a range of light, fresh dishes, they are perfect for a meal out during the warmer, brighter, summer days. With a selection of seasonal specials on the main à la carte to choose from, there is also a new price-friendly, seasonal set menu called the ‘1961’ - which pays homage to Pierre White’s birth year - as well as a summer puddings menu.


Jason Everett, Executive Head Chef at the group said: “It’s amazing to see how our menu has evolved over the years and very few restaurants offer seasonal specials and seasonal set menus every quarter. It positions us as one of the more innovative and progressive restaurant businesses while very few can say its menus are created personally by the great Marco Pierre White."


“It’s also a reflection of how we want to provide our guests something new and exciting and to keep them coming back again and again. These new summer dishes, which are not only absolutely delicious, have been introduced to do exactly that. Marco’s ethos is all around using fresh ingredients and simplicity to spotlight the food and flavour and this menu emphasises this."


“In addition, at £19.61 for two courses, the set menu is incredibly good value for money. Costing less than the set menu we brought out last year, it will allow those looking to enjoy a celebration or who just want to go out for a nice meal to do so without worrying about the cost.”


Dependent on the venue, on the à la carte seasonal specials starters include a Caponata of Summer Vegetables, Chilled Tomato Soup Andalucian with Atlantic Prawns and a Classic Gravlax of Salmon. There is also a Salad of Borlotti Beans, Creamy Burrata and Classic Meatballs.


Mains are just as tempting and includes Pan Fried Monkfish Tail, Raffles Tiffin Club Chicken Curry, a Grilled Sea Bass Fillet Alla Sicilian, Mediterranean Summer Vegetable Mini Ravioli and Cajun Chicken Fillet Maryland.


Those who choose from the ‘1961’ set menu will be able to enjoy a Pea and Shallot Mini Ravioli, Chargrilled Chicken Supreme, Roasted Tomato Soup and a Caponata of Summer Vegetable.


Guests with any room left will then be able to choose one of the new summer puddings including an Eton Mess, Traditional Summer Pudding and 1879 Cambridge Burnt Cream.


Jason added: “These fabulous new summer dishes sit alongside our classic range of starters, steaks and mains so there’s plenty of choice to suit all palates. Of course, the best way to find out the full range of these new seasonal dishes is to pop in and try them out. There really is something for everyone.”


To find out more please visit https://www.mpwrestaurants.co.uk/


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