Marco Pierre White Event in Glasgow

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The bad boy of the kitchen Marco Pierre White, visits his first Glasgow restaurant for the first time to host a special Guy Fawkes Night dinner at his Steakhouse Bar & Grill at Hotel IndigoHotel Indigo, Waterloo Street.

Marco’s arrival takes place on 5th November and includes a delicious six-course meal created especially for the occasion. Guests in attendance will also receive a signed apron, a chance to meet Marco and champagne and canapés on arrival.

Located in the heart of Glasgow city centre at 75 Waterloo Street, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill has quickly established itself as the place to be seen since its opening just over two months ago by diners attracted by its unique take on “affordable yet glamorous” cuisine.

Speaking ahead of his visit, Marco Pierre White said: “I’m really looking forward to coming to Glasgow to meet our neighbours and customers who have helped make the restaurant so popular. I expect our Guy Fawkes Night event will be a huge success.”

Guests on the day will enjoy a specially prepared six course menu comprising: a cauliflower veloute with shredded beef and crispy shallots; Loch Fyne salmon poached in olive oil, lightly pickled cucumbers, oyster and watercress condiment; 28 day dry aged Scotch beef fillet with spinach puree, pommes Dauphine, braised oxtail and horseradish cream; Tonka bean pannacotta with sauternes jelly, honeycomb, pear Brunoise and chicory Anglaise followed by Blue Monday, Brie De Meaux, dried fruits and nuts and quince with coffee to finish for £90 per person.

Denis MacCann, general manager, said: “As this special event heralds Marco’s first visit to the restaurant, we are expecting an extra special buzz around the place and we very much look forward to welcoming him. His menu for this occasion is exceptionally special, and we can’t wait for our diners to try it out.”


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