5 Course Meal - Christmas At Home - Pescaterian
Collection only on 24th December between 11 - 2 pm from The Newport Restaurant
Our 'Christmas At Home' is a unique five-course menu designed to take the stress and hassle out of cooking; whether you're having a quiet family day or having the whole family round for a celebration, we have everything you need to make it a memorable day.
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Jerusalem Artichoke Tart
St Andrews Cheddar Cookie
Burrata, chicory & horseradish
St Andrews Lobster Ravioli
Lobster bisque, poached leeks & kohlrabi
Clotted cream mash, braised carrots, shredded sprouts & brown butter sauce
Salted Caramel Chocolate Fondant
Caramelised white chocolate & vanilla cream
A Choice of:
w/ fruit toast
Scottish Cheese Selection
Chutney, honey & fruit toast
In addition to the recipe specific allergen information provided above, due to production and packing methods, some of the dishes may contain these:
Allergens: Cereals containing Gluten, Milk, Fish, Crustaceans, Molluscs, Eggs, Soya, Sesame, Sulphites, Mustard, Lupin, Celery, Nuts and Peanuts
We recommend enjoying your Christmas Meal within three days of your collection. Please store the ingredients in the fridge.
The meal will be freshly cooked and ready for you to simply heat up and devour. Details of preparation are provided with your meal alongside your order.
At the moment, we are only able to cater for a gluten-free & nut-free diet. We also have a vegetarian option. Although every precaution is taken to avoid the cross-contamination of our menus catering to dietary requirements, please be aware that all of our menus are produced in a kitchen that handles gluten and nut containing ingredients.
Fantastic food, every course was amazing, particular highlights the hake and the rhubarb soufflé. The setting is spectacular overlooking the firth of Tay and with the sun shining on us I couldn’t imagine a more idyllic experience.
Quinn - Sale, UK
We had a fantastic tasting menu overlooking the Tay. Particular highlights being the ‘Salad’ and ‘Strawberry’ and of course Jamie Scott serving one of the courses. Probably one of the most inventive meals we have had and better than some Michelin 1* restaurants we have been to. The accompanying wines were great and went well with the meals. And the Anster doughnut was creative and delicious. Shame you can’t give it a higher rating!