Beaujolais Nouveau 2018 at Le Garrick

by Newsdesk - Tuesday November 6, 2018 9:11 am

It’s that fabulous time of the year when it can be harder than usual to get back to the office after lunch.

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Come and join in the fun on Thursday November 15 from 10am when Le Garrick be celebrating the new season's Beaujolais Nouveau – that much-ballyhooed fruity and fresh vintage that’s best served chilled.

Le Garrick will be open for breakfast / brunch from 10am – midday and lunch from midday to 5pm.

Beaujolais is the result of a quick fermentation process that ends up with a tasty, clean wine. With 2018’s perfect weather conditions, the expectations for this season’s Beaujolais Nouveau are high.

mcith_Picture1.pngThe wine actually originated about a century ago as a cheap and cheerful drink produced by locals to celebrate the end of the harvest season.

Le Garrick in the heart of Covent Garden and with an atmospheric, authentic French feel, has been serving traditional French cuisine for over 30 years. Dishes include Moules Marinières and Fondue de “Vacherin” to start, with Honey Glazed Duck “confit” and Boeuf Bourguignon for mains.

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The pre and post theatre menu, offers 2 courses for just £13.95 or three courses for £16.95, available noon until 6.30pm and after 10pm (when there is a 10% discount, 10after10), making it an ideal choice for theatre goers.

Beaujolais Nouveau Breakfast/Brunch £25

Available From 10am – Midday

One large glass of Beaujolais wine, Eggs Benedict or Eggs Florentine, Boudin Noir

(French black pudding with apple sauce) & coffee

Beaujolais Nouveau Lunch £35

Available From Midday - 5pm

One large glass of Beaujolais wine, Traditional French onion soup, Boeuf Bourguignon

or Butternut squash risotto, Home-made cheesecake or Cheese board

(£5 supplement for cheese) & coffee

Le Garrick, 10-12 Garrick Street, Covent Garden London WC2E 9BH

www.legarrick.co.uk

Opening hours

Monday - Saturday: Midday - 11pm

Sunday: Midday – 5pm

Closest tube - Leicester Square

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