REVEALED: New menu for Marco Pierre White’s restaurant

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Bardolino 2 - Credit: Archant

A Michelin star chef introduces new menu with Italy at its heart.

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Bardolino 3 - Credit: Archant

Marco Pierre White has launched a new menu at his Bardolino restaurant at theclub, Cadbury House in Congresbury.

Featuring an all-day selection of authentic Italian food, coffees and Bellinis, the new-look menu is focused around Pierre White's belief that good quality food should be an experience that is shared and enjoyed with friends and family, whatever the occasion and includes a mix of classic Italian-inspired dishes.

As you'd expect from a restaurant that has Italy at its heart, customers can expect a variety of authentic stone-baked pizzas, Al Forno pasta and Mediterranean inspired salads.

New to the starter's menu is a delicious crispy butterfly prawn fritto misto, while new additions to the Al Forno selection include penne arabiatta, chilli, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil; baked Tuscan sausages, cannellini beans, pomodoro sauce and rigatoni ragu of Scottish beef bolognese with aged Italian cheese.

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Bardolino 3 - Credit: Archant


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The new pizzas are just as tantalising and two novel burgers have been added, or for those wanting something a little lighter there's new grilled shrimp avocado caesar salad which includes croutons and Italian cheese.

Marco said: "The new menu offers a fresh alternative, where authentic, uncomplicated food is served promptly. We want groups of friends to come in for a lunch or dinner. It's not pretentious, it's just good food, served in a great environment."

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Bardolino 3 - Credit: Archant

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