The Art School’s Summer Solstice service is on Tuesday 21st June

Tuesday 21st June is going to be extra special at The Art School, with Paul Askew and his team curating a special Summer Solstice service at the beautiful and intimate fine-dining restaurant on Sugnall Street.
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Tuesday 21st June is going to be extra special at The Art School, with Paul Askew and his team curating a special Summer Solstice service at the beautiful and intimate fine-dining restaurant on Sugnall Street.

The evening will feature 5 courses and 6 wines and will showcase the best ingredients from across the region’s farms, fields, cultivators and artisans. Paul explains: “The Summer Solstice is a unique moment in the calendar, the longest day of the year and with the most light. We are celebrating this at The Art School with our special menu featuring some fantastic local ingredients including Wirral ricotta and new season asparagus with some of my favourite wines.”

Paul continues to celebrate his 40th anniversary in food and drink, fresh from the success of the recent Taste Liverpool. Drink Bordeaux festival of which he is the patron. Recently The Art School was ranked 18th in Harden’s Restaurant Guide 2022 and in April the restaurant was recreated at Topham House at the Grand National.

Summer Solstice at The Art School – Tuesday 21st June

ON ARRIVAL

A glass of Henners Brut English sparkling wine with Chef’s snacks

AMUSE BOUCHE

Served with Art School breads & Wirral single-herd raw milk butter

TO START

New season asparagus with pea puree, lemon and herb infused Wirral ricotta,

pickled shallots and toasted hazelnuts

Henners Blanc de Blancs 2018


INTERMEDIATE

Fillet of red mullet, saffron potato with flavours of lemon, parsley and brown shrimp,

red capsicum puree and pastis sauce

Henners ‘Barrel’ Chardonnay 2020

MAIN

Trio of Black-faced Suffolk salt marsh lamb to include:

Loin, confit shoulder and hay-roast rump with Wirral ricotta and golden beetroot
Domaine Boutinot Cairanne ‘La Cote Sauvage’ 2019, Rhone Valley – France

TRIO OF ENGLISH CHEESES
Dorstone goats, Mrs Kirkham’s mature Lancashire cheese, Shipton’s buffalo blue

served with homemade Eccles cake, truffle honey & fresh apple

Henners vintage Brut 2014

DESSERT
Theme on English Summer Fruits
Lemon Verbena and Claremont Farm Strawberries, Raspberries & Pine Berries

Henners Rose N.V

Ticketed Event
6.30pm arrival for 7pm sit down

£135.00 per person
Includes five courses, six wines

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The Art School, 1 Sugnall St, Liverpool, L7 7EB

https://theartschoolrestaurant.co.uk

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