The Fat Duck Introduces Temporary Cut Price Tasting Menu

Heston Blumenthal's well-known three-Michelin-starred restaurant The Fat Duck has introduced a cut price tasting menu this January and February, at nearly 50% less than the main version which ranges from £295 to £395.

The new Sensorium Select menu will set you back £225 per person, still featuring some of The Fat Duck's famous dishes, including Sound of the Sea, Aerated Beetroot, as well as a the 'Like a Kid in a Sweet Shop' dessert trolley.

The limited time Sensorium Select menu is described on The Fat Duck's website, saying: For a short period, we are offering an alternative, shorter menu – the Sensorium Select – giving the opportunity to experience a specially curated series of dishes that capture the creative core of the Sensorium menu – what you might call a taster of the tasting menu.

A simple, intense way of exploring exactly what The Fat Duck is all about.

The Fat Duck is well known for its original tasting menu and dishes within which include nitro-scrambled egg and bacon ice cream, mock turtle soup and others. Having opened back in 1995, the restaurant didn't take long before it earned its first Michelin star in 1999. A second followed just two years later, in 2001, before it then received its third in 2004, the same year it finished runner up in the World's 50 Best Restaurants list.

Find out more about The Fat Duck and discover the full Sensorium Select menu here.

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