Thursday Night Offer

We are still offering a free bottle of wine per 2 guests for Dinners pre booked on a Thursday night on our 5/9 course options.

All your need to do to take advantage of this great offer is book early.

South of France Dinner – Thursday 8th June

Time: 7:15pm

Philip Amps will introduce some of our exclusive wines from the South of France.

The wines will be matched to five courses of incredible cuisine.

An evening of sheer indulgence!

South of France Dinner menu

Snacks / Canapes Blanquette di Limoux
Beetroot & Ewes cheese Cracker
Strawberry Gazpacho
Octopus, tomato & nigela seeds

Salad Lyonnasie
La Soula Blanc 2012 Roussillon

Mullet, Red Pepper & olive
Occult Lapidem Blanc 2015 Roussillon

Norfolk Quail, Cumbrian air dried ham, Roasted Asparagus & Thyme
La Soula Red Roussillon 2011

Onion tarte tatin with goats cheese
Occult Lapidem 2015 Roussillon

Chocolate, sour cream & Cherry
Banyuls 2015 Bila-Haut

Booking is essential. South of france booking

Please note that we do not issue physical tickets for events.
Please advise us of any dietary requirements at time of booking.
Event tickets are non-refundable, but can be exchanged for a gift voucher to be spent of wines or other events, up until 3 days before the event.

Fish & Chip Dinner

On good Friday we will be Friday we will be holding a fish 3 course menu special.
It will be £32.50 and include a glass of wine, 3 courses, and sweet treats.
You will be able to enjoy
Crab and brown shrimp fishcakes with home made spiced tomato puree
Potted Organic var salmon, apple, dill crispy toast.
Cod loin fish & chips tartare sauce, minted pea puree
Banana & chocolate loaf.

We hope you will join us.

March menu 2017

So March is on the way and we are starting to get the menu together so this is some of the dishes  you can expect to see….



mixed seeded loaf with fermented butter


Jerusalem artichoke & Malt,

Veal  tongue, burnt onion and anchovy,

Bancaster mussels,  apple & Cucumber


Salsify, caper & Nasturtium

Leek, smoked hens egg, wild garlic & morel mushroom

Scallop, yuzu & sea fennel

King Edward & Parsley soup with Snail toast

Pork belly, scotch egg & line caught turbot

Lord of the hundred, pear and dandelion leaf

Yorkshire Rhubarb

Chervil root

We still got some work to do so keep an eye out for updates. We are lucky enough to have secured Lavinton Lamb for April so very excited about using that again.


hope to see you soon

2017 a year to look forward

As of January 2017 we are moving to monthly changing menus. this is to improve consistency and the quality of what we offer. Over the 2017 break we will be looking at our menu and how we offer it and look to push forward in maybe a new direction. 2016 was amazing and the support we received was truly amazing and for that i wish to say thank you all for your support with Our little restaurant thats has big dreams


thank you all


Lee & Teresa

October’s Peterborough Evening Telegraph

On Monday, we were thrilled to find out that Prévost has made it into the 2017 Michelin Guide. This was a huge achievement for our restaurant, having only been open for six months.

I’d like to say a huge thank you to the whole Prévost team for all of their hard work so far – and to anyone who has passed through our doors for lunch, dinner or a drink.

Big congratulations must also go to those other great local restaurants that made it into the Guide – The Beehive, The Blue Bell – who also received two rosettes from the AA Guide – The Crown Inn, The Falcon Inn and The William Cecil in Stamford, who also received two rosettes from AA.

Together we show that there’s fantastic food being produced in and around Peterborough every day.

There have been some fascinating stories emerging from this Guide season – from Heston Blumenthal re-gaining his 3-stars after a brief sojourn with his restaurant to Melbourne, to the Singapore street stall selling 1-Michelin star food at $2 a time.

But, one of the most notable trends has perhaps been those places not receiving stars – Manchester was omitted again, with no stars there since 1974, and looking across the East of England there are only five or six Michelin star restaurants across the East.

It’s an interest question to pose – it can’t be said that the food isn’t good enough across the region, as there’s some fantastic food and innovation to be seen.

So are the guides favouring more densely populated areas? And why are some guides visiting our area less and less?

These are questions for food critics and writers to debate – for us chefs and food-lovers, all we can do is keep striving to make the best food we can and keep visiting and supporting independent restaurants.

Peterborough should be immensely proud of its expanding culinary scene and while we didn’t get any stars this year, seeing so many restaurants listed is a great statement of intent.

Over the next year, this is our chance to shine and show that the East has something unique and individual to offer – that our food is too good to miss.

Lee Clarke is head chef and patron of Prévost in Priestgate, Peterborough.

First Peterborough ET Column

IMG_2206Inspiration in Simple Places

When I first opened Clarkes on Lincoln Road back in 2011 I remember one of the first people I got to know was Renny from The Green Backyard. Listening to his enthusiasm about this project, about community gardening and growing your own, had me intrigued and excited and after remaining in touch I soon received an invite to take a look for myself.

As I walked around The Backyard I understood what Renny had been so passionate about – there were nigella seeds, tomatoes, salad leaves and squashes everywhere. I’ve been inspired by gardens and allotments like it ever since, and so when I got my own space behind Prévost, I knew exactly what to do with it. With the help of my friend and garden designer, Jenny Cairns, we started my first restaurant garden.

Six weeks in we have Rosemary, Golden Oregano; Pea shoots sprouting, strawberries coming through and micro salads, broccoli, asparagus and beans coming in daily. This garden and these ingredients will drive my menus over the next three to four months.

When looking for new ideas I also took inspiration from local farms; seeing what they were growing at the time so that maybe I could grow my own. Hill Top Farm was particularly great, with their Pick Your Own service; a great option for budding cooks with little ones.

So when people ask me where I get my ideas from I tell them about these places and how they help me decide on a dish. I see an ingredient, it sparks an idea and off I go, and with my inspiration now in my own garden I find it much quicker to think of new ideas.

We are lucky to be surrounded by so many great producers locally, miles of hedges full of berries and plenty of parks for foraging mushrooms. It’s a great time to be a chef in Peterborough, and never too late to start finding inspiration in your own garden or allotment.

Prevost featured on Favourite Tables

It may be an overused phrase but “living the dream” could really be applied to Chef Lee Clarke. Now back in his home town of Peterborough and with his own recently opened restaurant Prévost, Lee is now able to apply his Michelin class experience at this rarity of a high end fine dining restaurant in the Peterborough city centre.

Business lunch offer at Prévost


Having got the city’s most exciting new dining experience off to a flying start, head chef Lee Clarke has now created an enticing offer for lunchtime visitors to Prévost – one he sees as particularly appealing to business diners.

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