The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen on Edinburgh’s iconic George Street is unveiling a new Roast experience in time for Mother’s Day (26th March 2017).

The new Roast at Printing Press will offer two weekly Sunday roast serves including a traditional roast rib of Scottish beef and an alternative meat option such as lamb or pork and an additional vegetarian choice, which will be served with all the trimmings including seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire puddings, fluffy roast potatoes and lashings of gravy.

This new Roast is priced at £19.95 for two courses including a seasonal Scottish berry crumble to share for pudding.

Commenting on the new menu, Printing Press Bar & Kitchen’s head chef Colin Fleming said: “Our new roast offering is focused on delivering the finest roast experience with quality seasonal Scottish ingredients at the heart of the menu.”

Mike Lewis, general manager, added: “There really are not many good roast options in the heart of Edinburgh so we’re delighted to introduce the new Roast experience at Printing Press. It’s a celebration of seasonal food with home cooked appeal at real value for money prices for all the family.”

Roast is served every Sunday at Printing Press Bar & Kitchen from 12noon to 5pm from Sunday 26th March 2017. The menu is priced at £19.95 for two courses with children (4 to 12 years) priced at £9.95 and under-4’s dining free.

To mark Mother’s Day, mums will also receive a gift of handmade chocolates lovingly crafted by the in-house patisserie and there will be live acoustic music.

The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen based on Edinburgh’s George Street is situated in a listed Georgian townhouse and has recently undergone significant restoration as part of the multi-million-pound investment in The Principal Edinburgh George Street.

The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen, 21-25 George Street, EH2 2PB.
Twitter: @PrintBarKitchen
Instagram: @printbarkitchen

To book: email printingpressedinburgh.co.uk or call 0131 240 7177

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