Forgive us for talking about Christmas so soon, but it’s only a month away and our Peace & Loaf team already preparing themselves for the crazy period that’ll soon be amongst us!
It’s one of the most manic times of the year in the leisure industry and restaurants are no strangers to the busy times and long hours that are upon them, and with food and quality that we serve at Peace & Loaf, it’s easy to see why we’re already full for dates throughout December! Our most eagerly anticipated menu of the year has been a huge hit with our excited diners as much as 12 months’ before it’s being served, so we’re now pleased to have put the final touches to it and present to our loyal diners.
In my opinion, mass catering is nearly always a let-down when it comes to Christmas. At Peace & Loaf, we offer something very different. Ham hock, split pea, beetroot and egg, and cured salmon, gin and tonic, not to mention the fermented cucumber and meadowsweet all making an appearance on this years’ menu; a welcome change I’m sure you’ll agree to the usual soup, turkey and all the trimmings and Christmas pudding that we’re all too used too.
As well as a range of main courses including my very own twist on a traditional turkey dinner; Goose, Morteau sausage, stuffing and root vegetables, there’s some ‘surprises’ in the menu, that we’re pretty keen to keep under-wraps for the time being. ‘If you like Pina Colada’, and Christmas spring roll with brandy ice cream and they sound equally as appealing to you at a very reasonable £25 for five courses at lunch time, then you’ll see why our restaurant has received accolades aplenty in its five-year existence.
For tables of eight or more, call the restaurant directly on 0191 281 5222.
We hope to see you celebrating your Christmas with our lovely Peace and Loaf team – Until next time – Dave.christmas, christmas dinner, christmas night out, christmas party, newcastle restaurants