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Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street and 360 Sky Bar Continue the Season of Goodwill with Incredible Dining Incentives

Diners looking to start 2023 in style are in for a treat as upmarket Italian restaurant and bar, Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street and 360 Sky Bar provides guests with the gift of £10pp off their bill throughout the whole of January.

Diners looking to start 2023 in style are in for a treat as upmarket Italian restaurant and bar, Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street and 360 Sky Bar provides guests with the gift of £10pp off their bill throughout the whole of January (1st to 31st).

The special incentive is available seven days a week from midday through to midnight and can be redeemed against all food and drink, meaning that you can enjoy £10 off your favourite Italian dishes, cocktails, coffees, and more.  A minimum spend of £30 applies.

The gift is available to members of the leading Italian chef’s lifestyle and rewards club – Gino Rewards, which invites guests to enjoy a wide range of incentives throughout the year as well as priority access to events hosted by the leading Italian chef.  Open to all, guests interested in joining can sign up by downloading the Gino Rewards app via the App Store or Google Play or find out more at www.ginodacampohotelsandleisure.com/gino-rewards.

What’s more, new members will also receive an additional £10 welcome gift to be enjoyed on a separate occasion – the gift of £20 in total, to be enjoyed at any of Gino’s premium restaurant and bars.

For guests looking to beat the January blues and extend the celebrations with family and friends, the upmarket Italian restaurant and bar has also launched a special lunch and early evening menu.

Available from 12pm to 6pm every day, the set menu invites guests to enjoy two courses for £21 and three for £25.  Including an aperitivi, an Italian pre-dining drink, with options including a glass of Prosecco, an Aperol spritz or Peroni, it presents exceptional value.

The number of featured dishes is generous with six starters and six mains courses to choose from, catering for all dietary requirements.  All have been selected from the Italian chef’s new seasonal menu, which sees an emphasis on authentic Italian, crowd-pleasing dishes.

Leading the list of starters is San Daniele ham bruschetta with ‘nduja, honey and pistachio; Heritage tomato bruschetta; minestrone; and caprese salad; joined by signature dishes calamari fritti with garlic mayonnaise and lemon; and prawn bruschetta with chilli mayonnaise.

Mains courses are equally satisfying and include a mix of both hearty and lighter options.  Pasta lovers are well catered for with three dishes to choose from – tagliatelle seafood; rigatoni arrabbiata; and lasagne – a classic dish inspired by Gino’s mamma’s very own recipe.

Complementing the trio of pasta options is Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street’s beautiful sea bass with panzanella; earthy wild mushroom risotto; and, for those looking for a crisp and fresh bite to eat, a chicken Caesar salad.

A selection of optional side plates is available for guests looking to add to their meal and include truffle cheesy fries (£5.25); garlic & rosemary potatoes (£4.95); rocket & pecorino salad (£5); and grilled tenderstem broccoli with butter and pecorino (£5).

For diners looking to enjoy three courses or that prefer a mains and dessert, a range of sweet treats can also be found including the premium Italian restaurant’s much-celebrated Irish cream panna cotta; tiramisú; apple & blackberry crostata served with vanilla ice cream; and gelato. To find out more about starting the new year in style at Gino D’Acampo Old Hall Street and 360 Sky Bar or to make a reservation please visit www.ginodacampohotelsandleisure.com.

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