Some North American tribes used to do rain dances to encourage wet weather.
We’re pretty certain that the Scottish equivalent is to take afternoon tea as a way of discouraging any repeat appearances of the crazy weather had in 2018 so far.
Enjoy a two course meal for two with today’s Big Deal from The Carlton Hotel on Ayr Road in Prestwick.
Logans Restaurant at The Carlton Hotel is a smart spot for a bite to eat.
Cleverly divided into several spaces, it offers intimate booth seating, window tables and smart, contemporary open fires – all illuminated by designer lighting.
Two course meal
The Big Deal is for two people to have a starter and main course from the menu below. It is available noon to 8.45pm, Sunday to Thursday and from noon to 6.30pm on Fridays.
Smoked haddock fishcakes with dill mayonnaise
Wafers of smoked duck breast and venison with red onion relish and pink grapefruit segments
Seasonal melon and feta cheese salad with Mediterranean tomatoes and baby leaves
Crumbed goat’s cheese with balsamic and tomato reduction
Peppered breast of chicken with haggis cakes, creamed potatoes and peppercorn sauce
Prime 6oz steak burger with Applewood smoked cheddar and bacon
Strips of duck stir fried with soft noodles, spiced cashews, oriental sauce and crispy prawn crackers
Cajun chicken and red pepper penne with toasted garlic ciabatta bread
Logans Restaurant at The Carlton hotel has lots of admirers on TripAdvisor:
‘Birthday tea. Welcoming feeling, excellent choice for meals and service top notch. Parking easy too. Overall a thoroughly enjoyable experience.’
‘The only way I could describe this place is fantastic. From the food to the service everything was on point. I would definitely return and have a few times for drinks and food.’
‘Lovely meal. Both enjoyed our meal. Staff were polite and helpful. Decor nice and seating comfy. Will definitely be returning.’
Valid to the end of August, this Big Deal would make a sweet present.
It would be perfect for a catch-up with a friend. Or you could spoil someone by taking them out and making a day of it.
You could visit Culzean Castle or Burns’ cottage in the morning and then head to The Carlton Hotel for a sumptuous two course meal.
Know any aunts or friends of the family who would love to be taken out for a drive down towards the coast?