With the school holidays well underway, Hard Days Night Hotel has unveiled its new and exclusive Children’s Menu.
The award winning venue located on North John Street has adapted many of its signature dishes to offer suitably portioned meals with younger palates in mind.
Served throughout the hotel’s lounge area and in-house restaurant Blakes, the Children’s Menu features popular family favourites with a ‘flavoursome twist’.
General Manager Mike Dewey said: “To heighten our guests’ experience, we believe that dining with us should be a special time for the entire family – little ones included.
“When devising our Children’s Menu, we were mindful to create dishes that combine popular meals with great flavours, which allow children to explore new tastes and enjoy a delicious two or three course meal, just like mum and dad.”
To begin their meal, children can choose from a range of starters including a Fresh Fruit Platter, Garlic Bread and Soup of the Day. Main courses include Tomato Sauce and Cheese Pasta, Mini Fish and Chips, Mini Beef Burger and Grilled Chicken Breast served with Peas and New Potatoes. As for dessert, children with a sweet tooth can then opt for an indulgent Chocolate Sundae or Ice Cream.
Open to residents and non-residents alike, the Beatles inspired venue combines both great food with a warm and welcoming vibe, creating the perfect family friendly setting.
Mike added: “Together with our ever so popular All You Need is Blakes, À la Carte and Lounge & Bar menus, we believe that the introduction of our new children’s dishes will go down a treat with families.
“By offering something for everyone of all ages – we hope to encourage families to spend more quality time together.”
The Children’s Menu starters are priced at £2, mains £4 and desserts £2.50.
For more information on Hard Days Night Hotel or to make a reservation call 0151 236 1964 or visit www.harddaysnighthotel.com
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