Summer menu prompts top chef to visit

PUBLISHED: 08:00 17 June 2016

Marco Pierre White. Photo by Neil Phillips.

Marco Pierre White. Photo by Neil Phillips.

Neil Phillips Photography

A specially-designed summer menu will soon arrive at Marco Pierre White’s steakhouse in Congresbury – prompting a visit from the man himself.

His visit to the Steakhouse Bar and Grill, in Frost Hill, is set to take place on Monday and guests are invited to join him for a special three-course meal and book signing.

The meet and greet event will include a glass of prosecco and give customers the chance to grill the chef on his new menu.

Marco’s ‘love for simplicity’ is reflected in his new menu, which includes classic British dishes using seasonal ingredients.

There are a number of new steak dishes to be added to the menu too, including fillet, rib-eye and chateaubriand.

Rebecca Bozeat-Manzi, business development manager at Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill, said: “We are really excited for Marco’s latest visit to the restaurant which will see him launch our brand new menu and meet and greet customers.

“Not only do we have a range of gorgeous new starters, sharers, mains and desserts. We also have a fantastic cocktail and drinks menu which really finishes off the experience.

“Marco’s vision is very much about classic food done well and we really think that is what we’ve delivered.”

Prices for the event start at £49 per person and include a signed book.

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