The new Head Chef at Home Bar & Restaurant, Stephan Kanaris made it his new year’s resolution to give his menu an uplift. A range of eclectic dishes showcase Modern British cuisine, international dishes and his famous Sunday roasts. All dishes are freshly made and ingredients are sourced locally using the finest fresh produce to create a selection of recipes with local flair.
Stephen who has previously worked with well known Chef Kevin Lofthouse at the Moss Nook restaurant in Manchester has celebrated his new menu by offering all food dishes at a reduced price of 50% off for the month of February seven days a week. Due to popular demand Stephen will be extending the offer to March from Monday to Friday every week. For those who enjoy dining out with an incentive, the menu caters for all different palettes and preference.
Stephen’s passion for food is passed on to his loyal staff and likes to share his recipes with his guests. He says:
“We decided to create a new menu that serves great taste and great value for money. Our offering is an incentive rather than a discount because we do not compromise the quality of our ingredients or service to deliver the standards our guests expect.”
Home Bar and Restaurant is situated between Lymm and Altrincham in the Cheshire suburb of Little Bollington and has been given a mini face lift showcasing vibrant and fresh furnishings. Home Bar has a cosy ambience for families juxtaposed with a party atmosphere for group celebrations and occasions.
Home Bar’s new chef, new menu and new interior is a firm favourite with their regular guests, and welcoming to new families and friends, offering the ultimate dining experience you would expect from a destination venue.
For more information contact The Home Bar on 01565 830018
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