Just £30 for two hungry diners
Veganuary is over so we can all hunker down and tuck in to the sharing platter at The Fenwick. The board is almost groaning with carnivorous treats so make sure you bring your appetite. And bring a friend. This is definitely a sharing platter to share, delivering both quantity and quality, locally and sustainably sourced, showcasing Lancashire grass fed beef, Goosnargh chicken and Cumbrian free range pork.
The Fenwick is renowned for its meat and seafood so you know you’re in for a treat. How does this sound for a quality meat feast…rib eye steak, garlic and rosemary half chicken, Cumberland sausage, orange and rosemary glazed ribs, parmesan truffle fries, salt and pepper corn cobs and house salad?
This is one for sticky fingers and dirty faces. Pass the napkins but, more importantly, pass those sticky ribs. Everything is cooked to perfection – charred, sticky, juicy, well-seasoned, full of flavour – each element is absolutely bang on (or perhaps bangers on) and more than earns its place on the platter. The cooking on the bone is exactly the way to retain the juices and amp up the taste. It’s a real butcher’s dream.
The Fenwick’s sharing platter is available every day and is priced at just £30 for two to share. At that price, why not order a bottle of Malbec to accompany your meal. Red meat and red wine – a match made in heaven and enjoyed at The Fenwick