This week, The Pig is mostly…
OBSESSED by the wholly authentic tacos, rice bowls and nachos (all at their very best when accompanied by a Classic Margarita, of course) at Dos Dedos, the brand new, super-vibrant Mexican cantina on Bartlett Street (www.dosdedos.co.uk)
EAGERLY anticipating the unique Whisky and Craft Chocolate Tasting Experience at sophisticated private members’ club The Drawing Rooms on Thursday 6th February, hosted by chocolate connoisseur Tracy Chapman (international Chocolate Awards judge and owner of Chocolate Voyage) and Callum Rixson, Whisky Specialist and manager of The Hideout Bar (£49pp; www.thedrawingrooms.co/events/fine-chocolate-whiskey-night-2/)
BOOKING today to guarantee a ticket for A Taste of India at The Marlborough Tavern on Wednesday 26 February: five tantalising courses including exotic delights such as tandoori roast quail with mung bean dahl; Keralan monkfish with korma curry, coconut salad and liver pakora… and a saffron and mango donut served with coconut lassi and a cardamom biscuit. This menu is guaranteed to change your perception of “a curry” forever! (£40pp; www.marlborough-tavern.com)
PLANNING to step away from the hot dogs at Bath Racecourse, where Executive Head Chef Jonathan Williams has launched a new menu that encourages guests choosing to dine at the track’s Royal Crescent Restaurant to “experience something different…” (www.bath-racecourse.co.uk)
GOING off-menu at Bath’s longest-established Chinese restaurant The Peking (Kingsmead Square) by ordering the delectable Stuffed Aubergine in Black Bean Sauce, only available on request to “those in the know” – and now you know too! (www.pekingrestaurantbath.co.uk)
HUNKERING down to watch all the Six Nations games in the Garden Lodge at the Old Crown (Kelston). Planning on turning match day into a party? Grab five bottles of beer or cider for just £15 (www.oldcrownkelston.com)
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