Harrogate indie bar-restaurant's unveils special event next week

An independent Harrogate restaurant will be bringing a taste of the West Indies to the town next week in the first of a weekly offer for customers.

Friday, 25th June 2021, 10:44 am
Updated Friday, 25th June 2021, 10:46 am
Harrogate's Fashion House Bistro team with deputy head chef, Richard Fagg in the foreground who has designed the menu.

Fashion House Bistro will launch its weekly offering of Caribbean-inspired food next Wednesday, June 30 at its Swan Road premises.

Owner David Dresser said: “Caribbean food is becoming increasingly popular, so much so that we are now dipping our toe in the Caribbean Sea. Each Wednesday, our regular menu will give way to one dedicated to Caribbean-inspired dishes.

“Our deputy head chef, Richard Fagg, has created a menu which we believe will appeal to a variety of palates, and will give diners a chance to try food not readily available in the town.”

Served from 5pm each Wednesday, The Fashion House Bistro, on Swan Road, will be serving a range of traditional dishes, including pumpkin pepper pot soup, curried goat, jerk chicken, monkfish parcel, and lime glazed pineapple with passionfruit cream.

David Dresser said: “The idea behind Fashion House Bistro is to be different from other restaurants and bars in the town. Because we aren’t influenced by one particular genre of cooking, we are happy to introduce new dining experiences, which in turn offers something new and exciting to our customers.”

Further information about Fashion House Bistro, and its offers, is available from its website, http://www.fashionhousebistro.com/

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