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8th March 2012


London’s internationally acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurant Galvin at Windows will launch a delicious beer and food matching menu devoted solely to British beer on St George’s Day, 23rd April 2012.

From 23rd April until 7th May 2012, customers of the restaurant perched on the 28th floor of the London Hilton on Park Lane, will have the choice of tucking in to the following specially designed “British Beer Festival” three-course menu, available only at lunchtime, featuring two British beers paired with each course.

Comments André Garrett, Head Chef at Galvin at Windows: “We are incredibly excited about the launch of our very own British Beer Festival. Britain is renowned worldwide for the quality of its beer, so what better way to experience its diversity and style than alongside the quality of our Michelin-starred dishes?”

Comments the British Beer and Pub Association: “With nearly 900 breweries now in the UK – almost three times the number of 10 years ago – there is a fantastic selection of bottled beers to choose from; and we are delighted that Galvin at Windows has taken this delicious-sounding initiative.

For the price of £45 (includes VAT, excludes service) per person, inclusive of a complimentary bottle of water and tea/coffee, guests can tuck into:

Mussels and Smoked haddock, Deep Fried Organic Egg, Sour Dough and Sauce Mariniere

Camden Hells Lager 4.6%
Timothy Taylor Landlord Pale Ale 4.1%

Slow Cooked Pork Belly and Braised Cheek, Puy Lentils, Clove and Cinnamon Jus

The Kernel India Pale Ale 6.4%
Fuller’s Vintage Ale 2004 8.5%

Warm Chocolate Fondant, Cherry Sorbet and Pistachio

Jennings Snecklifter Strong Ale 5.1%
Sam Smiths Cherry Beer 5.1%