Bury St Edmunds restaurant, Gastrono-me, launches ‘après-ski’ inspired Christmas menu
A Bury St Edmunds restaurant has launched a Christmas menu with a twist.
Gastrono-me, in Abbeygate Street, has brought après-ski fun to the town centre.
The restaurant says: “We’re bringing the Alpine ambience of the ski slopes to Gastrono-me this Christmas season.
“Starting from November 16 right through till January 9, get ready for the perfect wintery party.
“Think twinkling lights and champagne toasts with friends, warm skillets of deliciousness and spiced toddies to make you feel like you’re at a cosy ski lodge in Aspen.
“Whether it’s a small festive gathering with friends or that much anticipated company Christmas party Gastrono-me has got you covered.”
The restaurant adds: ‘Bring on the holiday ‘cheersing’ with a complimentary Kir Royale and spiced skillet nuts.
Two courses will cost diners £27.95 and three courses, £34.95, and early booking is advised.
And if, the restaurant says, you don’t want the party to stop, guests can ‘yodel the night away’ with our Dine & Diva package.
It says: “Enjoy either a two or three course meal Christmas meal with us upstairs at the lodge, and then continue the celebration downstairs with a two and a half hour sensational singing session in your very own private karaoke room plus your very own bartender and fully stocked bar.
The menu includes:
The Beginner Slopes
Including: French Onion Soup or Baked Camembert with Foundue Bites
The Main Slalom
Including: Last Christmas/ Gave You my Fries – the ultimate festive fries loaded with sticky pulled pork, pig in blankets, minted pea puree, stuffing balls, brie bites, cranberry jelly and smothered in a rich gravy.
The Snowplough Burger, a plant based pastry, with winter slaw, melting ‘cheez’, cranberry mayo, pink pickled onions, crisp lettuce and tomato in a brioche bun.
Including: Warm Sticky Toffee pudding
White Out Sundae, an indulgent tower of crushed Biscoff, chocolate and toffee fudge, vanilla and chocolate ice cream topped with whipped cream and Biscoff crumbles.