Article Source: Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow
First Published: 18 December 2020 13:05
Updated: 18 December 2020 13:05
Join Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow as they invite guests back through their doors to indulge in the Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe Menu this holiday season. The legendary cafe will even open on Christmas Day for 2020 – book in now for a fuss-free festive celebration.
The popular menu, which is available for walk-ins until Saturday 2nd January and pre-booking only from Sunday 3rd until Sunday 10th January at Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow, allows guests to choose from core menu favourites like the New York Strip Steak with Marinated Mushrooms, a New York style grilled steak topped with mushrooms marinated in a smoked bacon and tangy bourbon sauce, as well as limited-time items such as the Blue Cheese Salad appetizer, Surf & Turf Burger, signature steak burger topped with delicious One Night in Bangkok Spicy Shrimp™; Hard Rock’s mouth-watering take on the classic surf and turf and the Mushroom Swiss Burger, served with seasoned fries and chipotle aioli. Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in a Holiday Brownie dessert, served with caramel and chocolate sauce, and topped with whipped cream.
Guests can choose from a two-course meal priced at £25.95 or go all out with the three-course set menu from £28.95. To make your booking for the Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe Menu, also available on Christmas Day, visit www.hardrockcafe.com now. Those who are seeking a spontaneous dining experience whilst out in the city can visit the restaurant where Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow will book them dependent on capacity.
Cosy nights on the couch are the new going out and with Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow now available on Deliveroo and Uber Eats, you can enjoy their award-winning menu from the comfort of your home. For a limited time only the Festive Turkey Burger will be on offer, allowing customers to dive into Hard Rock Cafe’s twist on the traditional Christmas dinner as a tasty grilled turkey steak is served over warm stuffing, with lettuce, tomato on a toasted fresh bun and sides of cranberry sauce and gravy – available on delivery for only £9 whilst stocks last.
In line with the latest Scottish Government regulations, the SAFE + SOUND program implemented at Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow will ensure guests can enjoy their food and drink in a safe and sanitary environment. Hard Rock International partnered with world-renowned public health and safety organizations like EcoSure, an Ecolab Division, and NSF International, formerly known as the National Sanitation Foundation, to ensure its properties are SAFE + SOUND, meeting the highest standards of safety, sanitation, food handling and employee training. The enhanced SAFE + SOUND safety protocol includes but is not limited to procedures such as a state-of-the-art, non-intrusive thermal temperature screening process before entering, social distancing measures and protective mask requirements for all team members.
For additional information about Hard Rock Cafe or to make a reservation, visit www.hardrockcafe.com.
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