Lovage launch affordable special menu to invite diners to their restaurant

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The Jesmond restaurant recently achieved five stars from The Telegraph.

A highly esteemed restaurant located in Jesmond, has now launched a special menu for diners to enjoy.

Lovage, which is located on St George’s Terrace in Jesmond, have unveiled the brand-new menu which will offer delicious dishes at an affordable price, so that more people can experience what Lovage has to offer.

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The restaurant, which opened last year and has already experienced a great deal of success, pride themselves on handpicking and foraging their ingredients, and using suppliers which they have chosen based on the quality of their products and their commitment to sustainability.

Their brand-new special menu will offer three courses for only £30.

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Starters on the menu include padron peppers served with lemon aioli, labneh with confit garlic and carta di musica – a thin Sardinian cracker as well burrata, roasted pumpkin, toasted seeds and Baharat and Cornish sardines with salsa verde and pangratatto – a topping made with bread crumbs.

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Main courses range from Mediterranean spiced king oyster mushroom with butter bean mash to skate wing with caper and cordyceps beurre blanc, potatoes and sea veg and confit duck leg, polenta, caponata Siciliana and cavolo nero.

To finish, diners can enjoy desserts such as; pistachio tiramisu as well as carrot cake with honey yoghurt and amaretto affogato with biscotti.

The special menu will be available Thursday and Friday from 12pm until 2pm, on Wednesday to Friday from 5pm to 5.45pm and on Saturdays from 12pm until 5.45pm.

The restaurant’s food was recently described as “neat, delicate, good and honest cooking” by food writer William Sitwell in The Telegraph,

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