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Treating dads this father’s day with a taste of The Highlands

Families wanting to treat their dads to an extra special Father’s Day this year are being invited to book a table at any one of the Marco Pierre White Restaurant estates.

Sunday 20 June is dedicated to celebrating doting dads and the team right across MPW Restaurants has the day covered with a special Sunday menu.

The restaurants are now taking bookings for the occasion where families will be able to enjoy a delicious Sunday roast including a special gift from Marco – a dram of The Macallan whisky.

Jason Everett, the executive head chef said: “Marco’s food is always a real hit with the dads. What better way to look after dad than a delicious, hearty roast dinner that stays true to Marco’s philosophy of keeping things simple and feeding people well.

“Treating your dad to a nice lunch with the family is a lovely way to show him how much you care especially as we were unable to go out last year due to the lockdown so now’s the time to make up for those lost moments.

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Marco Pierre White’s Restaurant Ginaissance

In recognition of World Gin Day, Marco Pierre White Restaurants has teamed up with award-winning gin distillery Cygnet Gin to provide customers across the restaurant estate a new range of delicious gin specials.

Regarding as being one of the most popular drinks on offer, the iconic gin and tonic has had a bit of renaissance in recent years with well over 100 gin brands now on the market.

And as new distilleries pop up all over the country, bars and restaurants across the UK have also increased dramatically the number and types of gin-based drinks they serve giving this ‘ginaissance’ an added boost.

With World Gin Day taking place on 12 June, gin aficionados who visit any of the revered chef’s restaurants throughout June will be able to enjoy a mix of drinks devised by Pierre White in conjunction with Cygnet Gin’s master distiller Dai Wakely.

Produced in Swansea with a recipe inspired in part by the attempt to cure cholera by two local people in the mid-1800s,…

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