We have a challenge for you – how many Christmas meals can you squeeze into this festive season?
Because seriously, why should you wait all the way until the 25th to enjoy a very merry meal?
Today’s Big Deal from the stylish Marco Pierre White restaurant at Hotel Indigo gives you a chance to treat yourself to a slap-up two course festive lunch for two.
So grab your favourite person, hop into your reindeer sleigh and get going.
Named after the larger-than-life chef and decorated with his portraits, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill is based in the stylish Hotel Indigo on Waterloo Street.
With its luxurious crimson booths and seamless service, the restaurant provides what Marco has called ‘classic dishes, simply cooked and using the best well-sourced, seasonal ingredients’.
Festive lunch for two
Is there someone you’d love to have a special lunch with in the lead up to Christmas?
This Big Deal offers two festive courses for two, available from noon to 2.30pm Sunday to Thursday.
It is available right up until the 1st January, so you could even enjoy it as a Hogmanay or New Year’s Day meal as well.
The menu offers a range of classic Christmas dishes with a contemporary flourish.
Duck rillette or Wheeler’s classic prawn cocktail for starters followed by roast turkey with all the trimmings of roast fillet of hake are just some of the delicious dishes available. You can also tuck into a grilled 8oz sirloin steak for a £5 supplement.
The veggie options are cauliflower soup followed by a main of creamy polenta with aged Italian cheese, mushrooms and spinach.
Desserts include a traditional Christmas pudding or a selection of Scottish cheeses.
Here are is one rave review about Marco Pierre White Glasgow from a 5pm customer:
‘I could write a thousand words, but two words will do. FANTASTIC FOOD.’
Whether you want a festive season catch-up with your bestie or a special date with your amour, Marco Pierre White at Hotel Indigo offers a very stylish setting to enjoy it in.
You can sink into a crimson booth, enjoy two festive courses and raise a glass to Santa while you’re at it.
This has all the makings of a very merry meal indeed…