Welwyn hotel's credit crunch lunch

PUBLISHED: 09:34 04 February 2009 | UPDATED: 21:30 26 October 2009

Landlord Piers Lyon

Landlord Piers Lyon

CREDIT crunch lunch. It s a bit of a mouthful, right? Well that s exactly what the good folk down at the White Hart Hotel, in Welwyn, are hoping for – to give you a big mouthful of beautifully prepared, great tasting home-cooked grub for as little as

CREDIT crunch lunch. It's a bit of a mouthful, right?

Well that's exactly what the good folk down at the White Hart Hotel, in Welwyn, are hoping for - to give you a big mouthful of beautifully prepared, great tasting home-cooked grub for as little as possible.

Their newest offer, named the Credit Crunch Lunch, is a two-course meal including a glass of wine for £9.99, running from Monday to Saturday, from noon to 2.30pm.

Piers Lyon, who is the owner of the Prospect Place eatery, said: "Even though we haven't felt the pinch or too much of a drop in custom, we know it could be upcoming, plus people still want to eat and drink out, they just want it for less!

"With some good supplier relations and talented chefs, we can devise menus and offers to help keep the cost down of enjoying a meal out."

All the dishes cooked by the top chefs and his staff are homemade from fresh market and farm produce, locally sourced wherever possible.

They include deep fried whitebait with lemon and herb mayonnaise, pan fried haddock with a curry cream sauce, poached egg served with minted new potatoes and peas, buttered spinach spaghetti carbonara and chick pea and nut loaf with provencale sauce.

Piers added: "Additionally on top of the £9.99 offer you can add a third course for £3."

For more information visit www.thewhitehart

hotel.net or call 01438 715353.


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