PILGRIM, BBC’S MILLION POUND MENU WINNERS SET TO OPEN FIRST RESTAURANT WITH SOFT LAUNCH

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The winners will embrace the many diverse flavours and dishes from across the Iberian Peninsula, bringing it all to Liverpool’s Duke Street Market

Set to open a new restaurant in Liverpool’s much-anticipated Duke Street Market, Pilgrim, will launch with a 50% off soft launch period from May 15th. Based on an ancient pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia which has taken place since the 9th century. With starting points in France, Spain and Portugal, Pilgrim aims to be so much more than just another typical Spanish restaurant.

Radically seasonal, ethically sourced regional produce with a big focus on live-fire flavour, the reasonably priced restaurant will be a new staple of Liverpool’s vibrant and burgeoning food scene. Whilst the 40 covers restaurant will offer a unique dining experience, the bar overlooking the open kitchen will be the buzzing focal point of the venue, set on a mezzanine and sunny terrace, all overlooking a bustling food and drink market with.

Founded by Managing Director, Jamie Duffield; Chef Director Dave Bone and Brand & Marketing Director Anthony Power, Pilgrim saw off the competition on the hit BBC show My Million Pound Menu.

Anthony Power, Brand & Marketing Director says “We are incredibly excited to have the opportunity to open our first permanent site at the new Duke Street Market in Liverpool, and we think the market will be a fantastic hub of great food and drinks, all housed under one roof. We’ll be showcasing the diverse flavours and ingredients found along the many routes of the Camino, serving a flexitarian menu that showcases the highest quality local produce, all cooked over a live-fire hearth in our open kitchen. With over 12 established routes of the Camino, we will have the scope to rotate the menu and bring a fresh approach and interpretations to traditional Iberian dishes.”

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