Evelyn's unveils new menu inspired by world flavours

Combining elements of Asian fusion, Peruvian and Middle Eastern cuisine, acclaimed Northern Quarter casual dining room and bar, Evelyn’s has unveiled an exciting new menu.

By Steven Pankhurst | 5 December 2017

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Head Chef, Jimmy Carr, has curated the new menu to serve up a fresh mix of unique and tantalising flavours. From succulent meats, fresh fish and vegetarian and vegan options, the neighbourhood dining spot caters for all.

The popular dining spot takes advantage of seasonally-available produce, serving up fresh and wholesome food to provide warmth and comfort throughout the winter months.

Establishing itself as the go-to location for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, Evelyn’s offers fresh flavoursome food daily. Sunny side up, the new breakfast menu sees revised twists on classic Breakfast dishes including Fresh Ricotta Pancakes, Blueberries and Honeycomb Butter, Korean roll and Shakshuka.

With the continued rise in small plate dining, Evelyn’s offers a tempting selection of small plates for lunch and dinner including Red Lentil Hummus, Pickled Chilli, Crackers, Slow Duck, Sesame and Plum Salad and White Fish Ceviche and Avocado.

Larger plates full of flavour include Buttermilk Chicken, Jerk Rice and Corn, Crab and Shrimp Burger, Tuna Poke and Crispy Tofu with Red Pepper Dhal.

A fresh take on dessert, guests can indulge in Coconut Reika, Chocolate Brownie and Pistachio Ice Cream, Lemon Drizzle with Blackberry Creme Fraiche and Plum and Tofu Cheesecake.

For weekend wanderers, the Sunday menu offers a tempting selection of roasts, all served with roast potatoes, parsnip, carrot, red onions, greens and gravy.

Evelyn’s Christmas menu offers a decadent three course festive feast. With an indulgent host of dishes including Cauliflower Fritter with pomegranate, Lime Ricotta, Pickled Cockles and Sourdough, Teriyaki Duck Leg, Roast Turkey, Fresh Cod, and to finish off, the choice between the Plum Frangipane, Crème Fraiche or Black Cherry and Rosemary Sorbet.

Coming soon to the Northern Quarter, The Daisy situated below Evelyn’s. The private members lounge takes inspiration from Pigalle – the decadent neighbourhood of district of Paris. The Daisy will provide members with a co-working space for like-minded individuals.

For more information, please visit: http://www.evelynscafebar.com