Diners at the Clevedon Restaurant in Ben Rhydding will be celebrating their love for food as well as their love for each other this Valentine’s Day.
Indulging in a carefully selected, locally sourced menu, food lovers will really have something to feel passionate about as the restaurant showcases the very finest Valentine’s meals from its resident chefs.
Whether celebrating alone or with a significant other, diners can embrace Valentine’s in a number of ways; a two-course menu, titled ‘For the love of food’ served between 12-5pm, a four-course menu later in the evening, or a romantic afternoon tea served on Clevedon’s terrace between 12 – 5pm on Saturday.
Each loved-up menu has been crafted by newly appointed head chef, Bruce D’aloia who has more than 10 years’ experience as a private chef and previously worked at The Angel Inn at Hetton. Of the Valentine’s weekend Bruce said: “I couldn’t think of a better way to demonstrate the passion of the new kitchen team than with a trio of Valentine’s menus. We’ve put our heart into creating an offering to please all diners – whether they’re celebrating their love for food or their love for each other.”
Friday evening will be a special occasion for all with local band, The Dave Chalis Jazz Trio, serenading diners as they enjoy their food.
Jeanette Hill-Wickham, General Manager of Audley Clevedon, said: “Valentine’s Day is no longer just about sharing time with your partner – it’s about celebrating all kinds of love, that is why we have put an inclusive events schedule together that gives everyone a chance to celebrate what and who they love.”
“Our intimate restaurant may also have the chance to be a backdrop for special proposals this leap year with local ladies taking it upon themselves to do the asking! What better setting than looking out on some of the best views of the Wharfe Valley.”