Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill Liverpool launch new summer menu
1 year ago
A ground-breaking non-meat burger is one of the star dishes on a new summer menu that has just been launched at a Liverpool-based restaurant.
Available at the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, which is located on Chapel Street, the plant-based burger has been developed by pioneering food firm Redefine Meat and is the only venue in the area to offer what has been described as a revolutionary ‘new meat’.
Having served Redefine Meat produce since the New Year in the form of a special Shepherd’s Pie and Bolognese Gnocchi, it is hoped this latest addition will encourage more people to try the plant-based dishes.
But steak lovers have also been well catered in the form of a Tomahawk sharing steak for two.
Kieran Poole, general manager said:
“We have a new Summer Specials menu which reflects everything that’s wonderful and exciting about Marco’s food philosophy. The Redefine Burger really does have to be tasted to be believed. The texture really does feel like a traditional burger and the taste is just as good.
“What they’ve done is go beyond today’s alternative meat offerings to tackle one of the main barriers to mainstream adoption of product quality and this delivers that in spades.
“With regard to some of the other dishes, the Tomahawk steak is just a superb cut of meat and is a great dish to share and I’ve no doubt will be very well received by our guests.”
Alongside the Redefine Meat burger and Tomahawk steak for two, the Summer Specials menu also includes an Endive Tarte Tatin with crumbled goat’s cheese and soft herbs plus an Anchovies on Toast with shallots and fresh soft herbs, both of which feature on Marco’s BBC Maestro courses.
Kieran added: “The new summer menu has been designed to complement the vibrant atmosphere in the restaurant, meaning our guests can feel inspired by the choice of food on offer and enjoy their dining experience at the same time.”