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Frankie & Benny’s to launch brand new menu next week – including cocktails


Lockdown rules are easing next Monday, May 17, which means that the indoors of pubs and restaurants can finally open. Up to 30 people will also allowed to meet up outside as part of the new restrictions.

For the main meal, restaurant goers can choose from the New York Deli sandwiches, salads, pizzas, and burgers.

The sandwiches include a Meatball Sub and a Fish Finger Sub, the former costing £10.80 and the latter priced at £11.20.

The Fish Finger Sub contains cod goujons and comes with a pot of mushy peas.

The two other new sandwiches are the Classic Hot Dog and the Dirty Dog, the difference being that the Dirty Dog comes with BBQ brisket, gherkins, green chillies, and BBQ sauce.

Frankie & Benny’s has always offered exciting cocktails on its drinks menu, and next week will be no exception.

The new additions include Cany Floss Prosecco, Southern Passion, Sweet Whiskey Iced Tea, and Cucumber Cooler.

The Southern Passion contains Bacardi spiced rum while the Cucumber Cooler consists of Beefeater gin, cucumber syrup, and elderflower pressé.

As for desserts, the restaurant chain is offering a warm Apple Pie for £5.80 and a Salted Caramel and Chocolate Chip Antarctic Roll for £5.60.

Jon Knight, Managing Director of Frankie & Benny’s commented on the new menu ahead of next week’s indoor reopening.

He said: “It’s great that we will be reopening our restaurants for indoor dining again, and all of the restaurant Teams cannot wait to welcome everyone back.

“Guests, new and old, can not only expect new dishes on our revamped menu but also delicious updates to existing favourites with a real focus on freshness and quality.

“The past months have been really difficult for us all and the Team at Frankie & Benny’s hope to do their bit in lifting all of our customers spirits just a little bit in our own special way.”

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