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Museum Visitors Get their Just Desserts as New Restaurant Opens
LIVERPOOL.- Merseyside Maritime Museum is to unveil a breathtaking new 120-cover restaurant and conference facility offering exceptional food and stunning views of the city.

Located on the fourth floor of their Grade 1 listed home, the Maritime Dining Rooms has been a year in the planning and will officially open its doors to the public this Friday 7 August.

The menu, which has been devised by executive chef Nigel Paul Smith, who has cooked for celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay and Paul Gayler, celebrates British and local produce, combining classic flavours with modern presentation.

Food will be served seven days a week between 12 noon and 5pm to begin with, while a number of bookings have already been made for the restaurant post 5pm when Maritime Dining Rooms will cater for corporate and private functions.

In addition, several conferences have been arranged in the newly designed space next to the restaurant offering space for up to 200 delegates.

An excited Julie Ehlen, Director of Trading, said:

“I think the Maritime Dining Rooms will quickly join the best of Liverpool’s eating out circuit in bringing attractive lunch and classic afternoon tea menus to our target markets that include the city’s business district, families and discerning general public including the huge numbers of visitors to the city and the Albert Dock."

Head chef Nigel Paul Smith believes his “guests will now have as high expectations from our team’s food offer as they have had previously from the overall visitor experience”.

Bookings can be made from Friday 7 August 2009 by calling 0151 478 4056.



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