AWARD-winning Scottish seafood restaurant Mussel Inn is offering mums a real treat this Mother’s Day on Sunday 3 April.
Matt Johansson, food and beverage manager at Mussel Inn, said: “You’ve given your mum breakfast in bed and she’s had a nice lazy morning, but then it’s time to get up and out because you’re treating her to a special lunch this Mother’s Day at Mussel Inn.
“Our Mother’s Day menu features some Mussel Inn classics as well as a few specialists, such as roasted red pepper soup and Kinloch smoked chicken Caesar salad.”
In full, Mussel Inn’s Mother’s Day menu offers starters of tempura tiger prawns; roasted red pepper soup or crab and crayfish salad. Mains dishes on offer to mums are: Kinloch smoked chicken Caesar salad; char-grilled sea bass fillet or a mini sea food platter followed by coffee and tea served with assorted petit fours.
The Mother’s Day Lunch at Mussel Inn is available from 12.30 to 5pm on Sunday 3rd April at £16.95.
To book a table at Mussel Inn for Mother’s Day call 0141 572 1405 or log onto www.mussel-inn.com for more information.
As an added bonus, Mussel Inn newsletter subscribers will get a 25 per cent discount when booking online. Simply copy and paste ‘Mother’s Day Lunch Newsletter Discount’ into the special requests box on the online booking forms for Glasgow or Edinburgh.
Located at 157 Hope Street, in the heart of the city centre and just a five minute walk from Glasgow Central Station, Mussel Inn is renowned for its passion for its offering of delicious locally sourced fresh seafood, providing excellent value for money and a quick and friendly service.
For further information please contact Matt Johansson on tel 0141 572 1405
Issued on behalf of Mussel Inn by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018 www.liquorice-media.com
24th March 2011
Notes to editors
- Mussel Inn was founded by a mussel farmer and a scallop farmer and headed by father and son team Janne and Matt Johansson. It has outlets in Edinburgh’s Rose Street and Glasgow’s Hope Street.
- Mussel Inn is a member of the Glasgow Restaurateurs’ Association, formed to allow a group of widely diverse professionals to exchange ideas with the common aim to promote the excellence of the Glasgow restaurant scene, and raises funds for Fishermen’s Mission, the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen.
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