Portuguese Wine dinner 2nd May 2019

Portuguese wine dinner

Teresa our resident wine buff will be showing some of her favourite wines.
We will be showing some fantastic wines from Madeira (Teresa home island to Braga in the north of Portugal famous for vino verdi.

The cost is £45 per person and will include Food, wine and water


Tuna cooked in Chorizo fat
Tomato, olive oil and Olive crisp
Salt cod scrambled egg, parsley and toast
Alvarinho Vila Nova 2017, Vinho Verde, Portugal

Grilled prawns, Molho Cru and asparagus
2015 Esporao reserva white, Alentejo, Portugal

Main Course
Braised beef, arando beans and tomato
2012 Tinta Roriz, Quinta do Crasto, Douro, Portugal

Six artisan cheeses with Taylors vintage port

To Finish
Natas with 2002 single cask Malvasia Barbeito, Madeira, Portugal

Menu is subject to change due to market availability

Christmas day and New years

Christmas Day £125 per person

Jerusalem artichoke, wild mushroom and truffle

Scollop, pork belly, celeriac and apple

Roasted organic turkey with tradition trimmings or
Baked Turbot with a crab and leek risotto

Chocolate Marquise and clementine or Prevost christmass pudding and brandy ice cream

Six British artisan cheeses, quince jelly, biscuits and homemade chutney

New years Gala dinner £125 per person
7 pm till close

Cabbage, board of the hundred and bacon

Venison, mushroom and quail egg

Baked sand carrots, seaweed and goats curd

Sardine and whisky soup

Brill spinach and perno

Poached fillet of beef, truffle and foie gras

Stichelton cheese, onion seed cracker, with port and grape chutney

Yorkshire rhubarb souffle

Single estate alto el sol chocolate and Tonka bean

All menus are subject to change due to market availability

March 2018 menu

We are looking forward to March  with some new dishes and the return of a few old favourite dishes. the menu will be available from Tuesday dinner on the Tuesday 27th February till Saturday March 31st 2018.

The  number next to each dish will hopefully show which course and were we think it will sit best.


 March dishes

Snacks (Waldof and stilton cracker, Crispy ham hock and piccalilli, Fennel, Eel and fen tiger Cyder )  

Purple sprouting broccoli, Lord of the hundred, pine nuts and black olive 3/5/9

Onions cooked in Yorkshire Wagu beef fat,  Cured egg yolk and tarragon mustard /9

Roasted salsify, water cress,  cep mushrooms, and toasted hazelnuts /9

Smoked Haddock and sherry soup  9

Caesar salad and lobster 5/9

Norfolk quail, Quail scotch egg, peas, wild garlic and pink fir potato or Sea bass, monks beard, parsley root and haricot blanc 

Mrs kirthams cheddar and sour dough toastie,  date and picked turnip

Yorkshire rhubarb and gin soufflé with orange infused  tonic water sorbet  

Salted single estate chocolate and caramel tart with Cremé fresh






We Now Have our own bee hive.

Home Produced Honey

We are really pleased to say that we will now be making our own honey for use in the restaurant. All our honey will be unpasteurised and organically produced by bees in the north of Peterborough working with the bees for business.  We feel this is a great  opportunity to give our customers a amazing product.


September lunch for less

September lunch for less
£18.50 for 3 courses

This is our lunch for less and the menu will change every week offering different dishes so you never get bored. This menu will only take 45-50 minutes for to eat, freshly made and cooked British food served by passionate local Chefs in a true independent restaurant. Lunch is noon till last orders 1.45pm.

6th September – 9th September Cured salmon, celeriac & apple – Grouse and Puy lentails – Salted caramel chocolate tart

13th September – 16th September Potato, watercress & Poached Hens Egg – Pork Chop Mash, red onion chutney – Raspberry soufflé with white chocolate Ice cream

20th September – 23rd September Chicken, Bean, and vegetable Broth – Squash and Birkswell cheese risotto– Apple pie and vanilla ice cream

27th September – 30th September Parsley soup with crispy cod Cheeks – Guinea fowl & smoked Bacon Casserole – Bakewell tart & Lemon Thyme ice cream

Support your local independents in 2017

Great news we made it into the good food Guide a 1st for Peterborough

We are proud to announce that we have been included in the Waitrose good food guide.

Highly regarded in the industry, the Good Food Guide isn’t published until next month on the 4th September but today announced its much coveted Top 50 and new entries. And Prévost, which serves “quintessentially Britsh food with a few surprises” was one of just six newbies in the eastern region YEY.
The guide, published annualy by Waitrose, describes us as an “unusual eatery” – and “promising ‘flavours without boundaries’, each dish features a selection from 16 coloured dots to demonstrate prominent flavours, including: ‘roasted’, ‘earthy’, ‘woodland’, ‘sulphurous’, ‘brine and salty’, ‘marine’, ‘sour’, ‘fresh fruity’, ‘bramble and hedge’”.
I like the fact that we are called unusual by the Good Food Guide and creative by Michelin shows that we are pushing and not just cooking the same old same old.

August Lunch For Less Offer £18.50 for 3 courses

From August 1st 2017 we will be offering a new weekly Set menu. This is our lunch for less and the menu will change every week offering different dishes so you never get bored. This menu will only take 45-50 minutes for to eat, freshly made and cooked British food served by passionate local Chefs in a true independent restaurant. Lunch is noon till last orders 1.45pm.

1st August – 6th August Chilled pea & garden mint Soup – Hanger Steak & Clams – Mixed berry Eton Mess

8th August – 12th August Potato, watercress & Poached Hens Egg – Pork belly, Sage & Onion – Egg Custard Tart & Apple

15th August – 19th August Ham Hock & Spiced pear – Confit Salmon & Fennel – Banana soufflé with Malt Ice cream

22nd August – 26th August Parsley soup with crispy cod Cheeks – Guinea fowl & smoked Bacon Casserole – Raspberry Bakewell tart & Lemon Thyme ice cream

29th August – 2nd September Jerusalem artichoke & Truffle soup – Confit duck leg,lentals & Red cabbage – Brioche pudding, Apple & Cider

Support your local independents in 2017

Nice little feature on us in the Fabulous Magazine

5***** Star Food Rating


Both myself and Teresa are pleased to say that today we were issued with a perfect score for food hygiene. Im so proud of the team and all there hard work and effort to keep Prevost with a perfect rating. 




Is foraging set for the masses?

Foraging is a tradition as old as time, but for many years it has been a rare activity in our modern lives – more a hobby than anything we might actually do to use in our cooking. Between the easy access of our modern supermarkets and not having the knowledge of where to go or what to look for, it has become the reserve of those few who have the knowledge, and often the time, to explore.

But is that all about to change? Is foraging about to become available to everyone at the touch of a button? Well, chef René Redzepi – world-famous founder of the Noma restaurant – certainly seems to think so. His non-profit organisation MAD, taken from the Danish word for food, has just launched an app that could revolutionise the foraging and wild food world.

VILD MAD is a comprehensive and free app for the public to learn about and sustainably explore wild food. The app encourages adults and children alike to get outdoors, to identify what’s edible, to harvest sustainably, and to cook with recipes that reflect the seasons and the landscapes. So there’s no longer any need to go reading a hundred books and carry them with you when you’re out and about.

The opportunity an app like this presents for learning and discovery, especially for children, is really special. With our young ones now growing up in a world of supermarkets, there can be a big disconnect between them seeing food in the supermarket and knowing where it’s come from. An app like this gives us the chance to show them how even something as simple as the bushes and hedgerows they pass every day can provide ingredients for cooking.

I know what you’re thinking – I live in a city, I can’t be driving out to the countryside all the time, and what if I pick the wrong thing and poison everyone! Well, VILD MAD has thought of that too, with a ‘risk of mistake’ box featuring on any ingredients that might be easily mistaken for others – and all terrain is covered, from cities and towns, to beaches. So now you can take the little ones out around the neighbourhood and still come up with some unique finds – from common sorrel and chicory to wild cherries and even daisies!

A few important things to remember when foraging are never take the roots, don’t break branches and spread out your picking, making sure to not take all of your berries from a single bush. This is key to making sure that plants can thrive and grow back, and it also means you leave something for the next person.

Foraging is really important in the Prévost kitchen, with a host of our dishes since we opened featuring locally foraged ingredients – and it can be the same for you. So try getting out in your local neighbourhood, or take the family to Nene Park, and explore the foods that are right on your doorstep. You may be surprised at what you’ll find!

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