Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Festive fun for Christmas week

@ The Hour Glass
Enjoy their cosy downstairs pub area for drinks first before heading to the upstairs restaurant for a traditional selection of Christmas wonders starting at £30 for three courses. Indulge in delicious dishes such as warming Blue Vinney Rarebit, Venison and Bacon Suet Pudding and Stone Bass with Clams and Purple Sprouting Broccoli – there’s also Roast Goose with all the trimmings for those who want to keep it traditional.

@ Adam Byatt http://www.trinityrestaurant.co.uk/
Trinity: Long considered one of the finest restaurants in the Capital, and a particular stalwart for residents south of the river. Get involved in true gourmand Christmas tradition and enjoy Adam Byatt’s luxury Christmas menu, offering three courses for £50 per person (Available from December 2nd to 23rd, for groups of 4 or more) Choose a hearty pumpkin soup with gingerbread to begin your wintery feast before a whole goose with Cranberry Stuffing, Roast Roots and Goose Fat Potatoes is put before your table.

Upstairs at Trinity: The more informal restaurant “Upstairs” offers a banquet for Kings, a sharing feast starting at £30 offering a variety of options for three courses. Choose Gin smoked salmon or delicious Cornish mussels to start with, before the whole table can feast on spit roast Ark Farm chickens with Macaroons or a cheese selection for pudding, if you still have room..!
Bistro Union: Keeping it real this Christmas, with only festive favourites on their £35 three course menu, guests can choose from comforting classics like Cherry Smoked Salmon, Turkey with all the trimmings and stilton and port for a Christmassy closure.

@ Rudie’s http://rudieslondon.com/
For those that don’t want to pre-empt the Christmas Day meal by eating the full turkey only weeks before, Rudie’s “festive” menu is just for you. For only £29.50 feast on turkey and cranberry Jamaican patties, slow cooked pineapple and rum glazed ham and Rum Cake with Rum Butter Sauce and Ice Cream.

It doesn't stop there though, adding an extra punch to your Christmas feast, Rudie’s offers you their festive and aptly named Berries Hammond cocktail – an enchanting mix of winter fruit and Jamaican Rum.

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