With graduation season approaching, Blakes Restaurant will be serving up an indulgent menu from July 11 – July 22, devised with merriments amongst family and friends in mind.
General Manager of Hard Days Night Hotel Mike Dewey said: “At Hard Days Night Hotel, we like to create a truly unforgettable experience for all of our guests, which is why we have devised a delicious set menu for graduation dinners that is guaranteed to suit all tastes. As we are located in the heart of the city centre, we are the ideal hub for friends and families who have perhaps travelled from across the UK to attend the ceremonies.
“Courtesy of our creative kitchen team, the two-course offering comprises an eclectic selection of locally sourced fresh produce, with each dish designed with the warmer months in mind. Of course, the offering is accompanied by a tasty tipple, allowing guests to raise a toast to the graduate on the memorable day.”
Guests opting for the set menu at Blakes Restaurant can enjoy a range of starters including Chicken Liver Pate, Onion Chutney & Crisp Breads, Smoked Haddock & Mozzarella Fishcakes with Sweet Chilli Dressing and Pan Fried Halloumi, Roasted Red Pepper & Caramelized Red Onion Salad.
For mains, diners can select from Cannon of Lamb with Rosemary & Thyme, Braised Spring Cabbage & Bacon Red Wine Reduction, Grilled Herb Plaice & Pearl Potatoes with Baby Vegetables and Aubergine Moussaka with a Spiced Tabbouleh Salad to name a few.
The set menu is also accompanied by a glass of prosecco, wine, bottle of beer or a soft drink.
Mike added: “Year on year, graduation ceremonies mark one of the city’s most celebratory occasions. By combining great food, drink and company, it’s sure to be a fantastic celebration for all who make use of our offering and we are looking forward to raising a toast with both new and familiar faces.”
The two-course set menu is priced at £19.95 per person.
For more information about Hard Days Night Hotel visit www.harddaysnighthotel.com
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