Forth Valley Sensory Centre

Pop-up Restaurant is Taste Sensation

Following on from last year’s highly successful trial, Forth Valley Sensory Centre will once again be hosting a pop-up restaurant featuring organic, locally sourced produce. This year’s event takes place on Thursday 22nd March, 6pm for 6:30pm start.

Taking place in partnership with Forth Environment Link, the pop-up restaurant aims to showcase the bounty available on our doorstep in Forth Valley with all produce coming from local suppliers and farms.

As last year, diners will only be asked to pay what they think their meal was worth rather than a set price. Three courses will be served up and the current hope is that the starter will be a Broccoli Soup with fresh organic rolls, followed by a main of either fish pie topped with crispy potatoes or a vegetable pie with the same topping. Finally, there will be a trio of rhubarb cheesecake, rhubarb sorbet and rhubarb cake.

The menu is of course subject to change, depending on the available supplies. However, the event isn’t all about the food.

Centre Manager Jacquie Winning said:
“The purpose of the event is to raise awareness of the Sensory Centre and the challenges faced by people with sensory loss and to promote healthy food choices and the abundance of local suppliers here in Forth Valley.

“Last year’s event was a sell-out but it was a much smaller scale. The response to the new event has been very positive so far so register quickly to avoid disappointment.”

Most dietary requirements can be catered for, if you are in any doubt, please contact sensory@forthvalleysensorycentre.org

To register for your place click here to order. We look forward to seeing you there!

A table laid for last year's pop-up restaurant

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