Dinner at The Lowry Hotel was amazing, the wines was super, the food was good, the staff friendly and attentive and the atmosphere was just perfect.
There is a seasonal market menu at The River Restaurant thats evolves around fresh well sourced local ingredients.
Dishes are individually priced but a three course meal and a well chosen wine will cost £24.95.
Crowdie pannacotta with
textures of beetroot (V) £7.50
Grilled sea bream fillet with herb crushed potatoes,
broad beans and gazpacho sauce £14.50
– I’m a vegetarian but the lovely waiter goaded me into trying the bream and I’m so glad I did it as fresh, tasty and well perfect.
A watermelon surprise
Trio of farmhouse cheese
with grapes and tomato chutney £6.25
– I have never been one to turn down a cheese plate! I loved the tomato chutney!
Breakfast at the Lowry Hotel
Eating delectable Belgian Waffles and looking over the canal below was the perfect way to start my day.
– Breakfast at the Lowry includes all the usuals such as fruits, cereals and bakery goodies but there is also an A la carte menu with items like the Full english, eggs benedict, pancakes etc you can see the options here.
I went for the delicious Belgian waffles with seasonal berries and maple syrup – I consider myself a waffle connoisseur (read I eat a lot of waffle and like to waffle on about them) and these were the best I’ve had outside of Paris.
* I was a guest of The Lowry Hotel and had a complimentary stay however as always my opinion is honest.