Great food at The Old Frizzle

The Old Frizzle in Wimbledon celebrated the end of lookdown 2.0 by opening its Raclette Bar pop up.

With travel plans on hold, there’s no need to head to Val d’Isere.

The pub is bringing ski season to South London. Enjoy exciting amuse bouches, Raclette cheese, alpine meats or veg, and unlimited sides for just £25 per person.

Kick back and enjoy this great alpine gastronomic feast.

There’s 2-4-£12 cocktails every Thursday night including Espresso Martini.

On Friday and Saturday night, there’s live music from 8pm to take you through to an 11pm close.

Old Frizzle – 74-78 The Broadway, SW19 1RQ. Call 020 3274 3056 to book.

It’s the centre piece of any Christmas table and the most important piece of meat you’ll purchase in any given year.

Morton’s Family Farm is a four generation, family run mixed farm based in Norfolk.

Morton’s Norfolk Bronze free-range turkeys have generous quantities of sweet white and dark meat.

The three-star Great Taste Award-winning Norfolk Black turkeys are slow-maturing have a slightly stronger and gamier flavour.

Whole birds start at 3.5kg and turkey breast and crown are also options.

But we’re not just talking turkey. New to the range this year is an East Anglian cheese hamper as well as a smoked deli hamper, filled with fantastic produce that make for an ideal Boxing Day meal.

The Smoked Deli Hamper sounds rather indulgent and includes: smoked duck breast, smoked chicken breast, smoked salmon, cheese, salami, crackers and chutney.

You’ll find so many more treats at: https://www.mortonsfarm.co.uk/christmas


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