Posts Tagged ‘Loch Arthur ricotta’

New Festival Menu!!

July 6, 2011

Summer has arrived (for the most part!) and with it our shiny new Festival Menu! Celebrating the festival season in Edinburgh and showcasing our most favourite Italian and Scottish ingredients! Including…

Poached Scottish langoustine with homemade Amalfi lemon mayonnaise; New season Italian Camone tomato with rocket, pecorino and fresh Italian watermelon; Our homemade gnocchi with triple cream Burrata from Puglia; Peelham Farm pork and Loch Arthur ricotta in homemade ravioli; Vialone Nano risotto with courgettes and courgette flower leaves served with Centotre British Rose veal meatballs; Chargrilled Scottish cod fillet served with summer stew of Italian borlotti beans and Pachino tomatoes; Peelham Farm lamb with fresh broad beans, East Lothian King Edward potatoes and a homemade salsa verde – to list just a few!!

And to finish try our homemade Italian peach and frangipane sponge with Loch Arthur ricotta cream laced with Amalfi lemon zest or our famous centotre Meringue served with homemade strawberry ice cream and fresh Scottish strawberries – yum!!

Reserve your table today and enjoy the flavours of the Italian summer with dishes made from the very best Scottish ingredients!
Tel: 0131 225 1550 or Email: reservations@centotre.com

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Slow Food Week

June 20, 2011

Good Farming = Good Food = Good Eating!

The first ever National Slow Food Week starts today and we’re delighted to be taking part!

With the Royal Highland Show taking place at Ingliston between June 23 and June 26, Slow Food Edinburgh is encouraging restaurants that value their connections to Scottish farmers to celebrate those links while the show is on with special dinners, menus or tastings. Scotland’s largest agricultural event should be a great excuse to remind diners and visitors that shorter links from farm to plate helps inspire better farming and better food, more interesting menus and more memorable meals. Enjoy food that’s well connected.

 

At Centotre we’ve designed a special menu to celebrate and showcase some of our favourite Scottish produce. It’s available all week starting today

Slow Food = the resistance movement against fast food.  Let’s have food (and farming) that’s good, clean and fair.
Slow Food Edinburgh’s initiative to establish closer links between Scotland’s premier agricultural festival and local restaurants serving local food is part of Slow Food Week 2011 www.slowfoodedinburgh.co.uk