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THE Palm Tree, on Leigh Road, has garnered an enviable reputation for
offering customers a fine dining experience since its opening two-years-ago.
The extensive a la carte menu has been impressing diners with its inviting
mix of Mediterranean dishes, created using the freshest of authentic
ingredients, cooked to order and served in welcoming, elegant surroundings.
Now, owner wants to adapt this winning formula by creating a
brand new fixed-price menu, based around the current successful a la carte
concept. ³Our customers love our menu and the dishes on it, and we will
never jeopardise that,² Samet explained. ³We have earned a reputation for
being the go-to restaurant for anyone wishing to enjoy a first-class meal by
way of celebrating a special occasion, and we don¹t want that to change.
³However, we now want to show would-be diners that we are equally suited to
providing an affordable mid-week dining option that will not compromise on
the quality and taste that have made us so popular with our customers, and
will still contain our trademark dishes.²
Two fixed-price menus will soon be available; one for lunch and one for
dinner, and both will continue to feature favourite items and Palm Tree
specialities, as well as some exciting new signature dishes. Dinner guests
can enjoy either a three-course-meal for just £15.95 or two-course meal for
£12.95, available Monday to Friday and Sundays (£23.50 and £19.50
respectively on Saturday nights). Both will include an extensive range of
starters such as Scallops au Gratin and Sardines in Peri-Peri Sauce, as well
as mains including Fillet of Seabass and Mediterranean Lamb Meatballs.
In addition, a complimentary Amuse Bouche appetiser (a soupcon of homemade
soup, served with bread) will be included, and a good range of vegetarian
dishes and desserts, designed to tempt and tantalize, will be offered.
One-course options and daily specials will also be available. The lunchtime
fixed-price-menu, meanwhile, as well as featuring similar dishes to those on
the dinner menu, will provide outstanding value for money, with one course
priced at just £6.95, Monday to Saturday. The traditional roast will
continue to be served on Sundays, either as part of the set menu or as a
Sams desire for a less formal, more laid-back approach to dining at the
Palm Tree is also reflected in the newly refashioned interior, evincing a
more relaxed ambience while still retaining the warm and friendly feel, as
well as the fact that The Palm Tree will now be open all day, every day,
from 11:30 until late. ³We really hope people like the changes we are
making,² Samet told us. ³ In essence, all we¹re doing is continuing to offer
the same grade A cuisine we always have, and as found in most exclusive
restaurants, but at only a fraction of the price and without the
accompanying fuss and formality.² Sounds like a winning formula!