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Food festival celebrating new flavours set to begin next week

PUBLISHED: 17:32 04 April 2016 | UPDATED: 17:32 04 April 2016

Festival of Flavour

Festival of Flavour

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It will be taking place in Locksbottom.

A ‘celebration of flavour’ will be taking palce in Locksbottom next week.

Pub brasserie The British Queen will be hosting their inagural Festival of Flavour event.

It will begin on Monday (April 11) and last until Sunday (April 17).

A spokesperson said: “Festival of Flavour encourages diners to step out of their comfort zone by trying new flavours and dishes.

“A variety of adventurous amuse bouches and pie specials will give diners the chance to challenge their taste buds and broaden their dining horizons.”

A number of events will be taking place over the course of the week.

A specially-priced menu will be available on each day of the festival - which offers visitors three courses from the new sping a la carte menu, a glass of wine and a coffee for £30.

A number of small, savoury items will be served to customers free of charge - with choices including steak tartare, black pudding and snail and herb puree.

For further information about the event you can visit www.britishqueenlocksbottom.com or email britishqueen.locksbottom@whitebrasserie.com.

Alternatively you can call 01689 869560.

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