Best of British celebrations
A British Pork ‘Tomahawk’ Chop, Pan-fried Scottish Scallops, and British Blackberry and Pear Crumble will be on the menu at Windsor Grill this week as part of celebrations to mark British Food Fortnight.
The dishes, all made using British produce, will be offered as specials at the restaurant as part of a campaign to raise awareness of British produce and suppliers.
Launched in 2002, British Food Fortnight (BFF) brings together restaurants, caterers, and individuals from across the country to highlight the quality of British food through a series of fun and unique events.
As well as the new trio of dishes, the team at the restaurant will also be offering British black pudding scotch eggs, a roast belly pork sandwich, and jumbo sausage rolls at the Farmers’ Market being held on St Leonards Road on Saturday 1 October.
David Wilby, chef patron, Windsor Grill, said: “British food can now comfortably compete with other cuisines from across the world. Our produce is excellent and our chefs are some of the best in the world.
“As a restaurant, we are always keen to support British produce whenever we can and the BFF gives us an opportunity to have a bit of fun too!”
Alexia Robinson, founder of British Food Fortnight said “British Food Fortnight has been flying the flag for British food fortnight for 15 years and we are delighted to see restaurants such as Windsor Grill getting involved in the celebrations. British food is produced to the highest standards; it really is some of the very best in the world so great to see restaurants in the UK showcasing local produce on their menus.”