Harvey Nichols is launching its Winter Dining Menu to help customers rid themselves of winter blues this January.
Created using seasonal ingredients sourced regionally, each menu is bespoke to its location and features three starters, three mains and three desserts.
At Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge in the Fifth Floor CafÃƒÂ©, guests can choose dishes such as creamy mushroom soup with truffle ravioli and toasted sourdough to start, followed by slow-cooked lamb with vegetable fregola, thyme-scented broth with a mint vinaigrette, and a warm sticky toffee pudding with milk tuile and crÃƒÂ¨me fraiche ice cream to finish.
To round-off the meal, customers who dine the menu can choose between two cocktails, a’Paloma’ with PatrÃƒÂ³n Silver Tequila, pink grapefruit juice, agave syrup and London Essence Soda Water, or a’Vanilla Swing’ with Grey Goose La Vanille Vodka, Cartron Vanilla Liqueur, orange juice, and Fever Tree Lemonade.
Visitors to OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie on London’s South Bank can dine on a three course Winter Dining Menu for £39 in the Restaurant or £30 in the Brasserie, along with a complimentary Paloma or Vanilla Swing cocktail.
Highlights from the Brasserie menu include hot cured salmon with pickled golden beetroot, horseradish, celeriac and apple remoulade, chargrilled chicken breast with heritage mashed potatoes, rosemary and garlic confit tomatoes with salse verde, and chocolate and hazelnut mousse with caramelised banana.
Highlights from the Restaurant menu include slow-cooked pork belly with Stilton rarebit, crackling, apple sauce and cauliflower purÃƒÂ©e, sea bass with squid ink linguine, buttered kale, razor clams, in a Champagne sauce, and spiced panna cotta with cranberries.
The Winter Dining menu will be available from the Fifth Floor CafÃƒÂ© at Knightsbridge and the OXO Tower Restaurant and Brasserie from Wednesday 2nd January until Thursday 28th February 2019.
Winter Dining will also be on offer at Harvey Nichols hospitality sites in Bristol, Manchester, Edinburgh, Leeds and Birmingham.