The Ivy Marlow Garden celebrates “Halloweek”

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The Ivy Marlow Garden celebrates Halloween with a week of special menus, spooky cocktails and a ghoulish display

This Halloween, The Ivy Marlow Garden entrance will be transformed into a spooky spectacular for guests to enjoy for one-week-only, complete with cobwebs, skulls, spiders, lighting and more.

The restaurant will also be serving up a special “Halloweek” menu. Priced at £40 per person for three courses, guests will be invited to choose from a series of playful, limited-edition dishes including Grave-lax & blood orange (cured salmon with a bloody orange dressing), roasted pumpkin (whole mini pumpkin with Freekah, tofu, coriander and red pepper sauce), steak through the heart (seared rare tuna steak, crispy artichoke heart, black garlic sauce, pomegranate and smoked aubergine) and a tantalising chocolate “skull dessert” (salted caramel chocolate pudding, golden popping candy and honeycomb, served alongside vanilla ice cream).

For adults, there will be a seasonal cocktail to help raise spirits this Halloween. Created by the restaurant’s bar team, the devilishly good Spiced Apple Martini (£8.75) will combine Calvados with cinnamon syrup and apple juice. A non-alcoholic children’s “Mini Pumpkin” mocktail will also be available, featuring grenadine, orange juice and lemonade.

Richard Martinez, General Manager at The Ivy Marlow Garden, says: “We are very excited to be celebrating Halloween this year in Marlow and we can’t wait to welcome our regulars, neighbours and families into the restaurant. Families and children will also be able to enjoy trick or treating outside the restaurant on the evening of Halloween itself.”
The Ivy Marlow Garden’s ghostly goings-on, including its limited edition set menu and cocktails, will be available to enjoy for one-week-only, from Wednesday, 24 October to Wednesday, 31 October inclusively. The restaurant’s Halloween set menu will be available daily from 4pm.

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Article author: Paul Merchant

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