Food & Drink
Nova Scotia and Ma Boyle’s launch Mother’s Day menus
12 months ago
Nova Scotia and Ma Boyle’s are proud to announce their Mother’s Day menus for Sunday 19th March.
Nova Scotia and Ma Boyle’s are both offering 2-courses for £20 and a complimentary cocktail for all of the mums attending – an extra treat for to help celebrate the special day.
As always, there’s plenty of delicious choice from Nova Scotia and Ma Boyle’s, including mains and roasts, desserts and an optional sharing starter, as the city gets ready to celebrate and toast all of its marvellous mums across the region.
Mother’s Day at Nova Scotia and Ma Boyle’s
Pan-fried sea bass with dauphinoise potatoes, mixed greens and white wine sauce.
Chicken ballotine stuffed with cheese, mushrooms and breadcrumbs served with cheesy mash and a mushroom sauce.
VEGGIE BANGERS & MASH
Pan-fried plant based sausages on vegan Parmesan mash served with garden peas, red wine gravy and caramelised onion.
SIRLOIN STEAK (£2 supplement)
Sirloin steak with dauphinoise potatoes, peppercorn sauce and tender-stem broccoli.
Pan fried skin on herby chicken supreme served with Yorkshire pudding.
MUSHROOM NUT ROAST
Homemade mushroom & nut roast.
Slow cooked beef brisket served with Yorkshire pudding.
Sea-salt and rosemary crispy pork belly served with Yorkshire pudding.
All roasts are served with crispy potatoes, seasonal vegetables, herb stuffing and a rich gravy.
VEGAN BROWNIE (e)G
Home-made dark chocolate vegan brownie served with vegan ice cream.
STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING GDE
Home-made sticky toffee pudding served with a rich caramel sauce.
FRUIT CRUMBLE GDE
Mixed fruit crumble served with warm vanilla custard.
Crostini Plate for 4 people – spicy chicken and bacon; fresh salsa and pesto; goat’s cheese and caramelised onion; humous and red pepper. (£18 extra)
Iain Hoskins, Ma Pub Group’s director, says:
“Our two venues open on Sundays – Nova Scotia and Ma Boyle’s – feature the same fabulous Mother’s Day menu for the big day with 2 courses at £20. We’re always focused on quality and value in these two distinctly different settings – Ma Boyle’s is all about intimate celebrations and get togethers and Nova Scotia is great for mixes group sizes and located right by the waterfront. We can’t wait to welcome families and loved ones for Mother’s Day from across the city.”
Set in the stunning Mann Island building in the shadow of the Museum of Liverpool and the spectacular Three Graces on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront, Nova Scotia captures the city’s maritime past since the site opened at the start of summer 2022. It’s little known that at the end of the 19th century, the Mann Island area was previously a shanty-town called Nova Scotia, made up of dwellings and businesses serving the huge ships when the city boomed as a trade destination.
Ma Boyle’s is tucked away off Water Street and nestled by the beautiful St Nick’s church gardens, the venue has seen the city change all around it whilst staying true to its historic maritime roots. It’s a place to escape to for a catch up with friends at lunch through to listening to the latest jazz sounds over the weekend, to fabulous Sunday roasts, cocktails and delicious hearty food by day and night.