Scotts Bar and Restaurant at Port Edgar Marina is hosting two chef’s table evenings with a twist, titled 'The Curse of Solomon's Ring' on Thursday 31st October and Thursday 7th November.
Budding detectives will be given a fictional persona in advance to play on the evening, with fancy dress strongly encouraged, as they enjoy a bespoke five course meal and entertainment led by and trained actors from Murder Mystery Meals.
Guests will be welcomed to the private dining room with a cocktail and canapés of locally sourced smoked salmon, oysters mignonette and goats cheese, before they delve into a further three delicious courses as the story of Solomon's Ring unfolds throughout the night.
The investigation of Tutankhamun's tomb excavation will be fuelled by a menu of coquilles saint Jacques to start, boeuf en croute for main and candied orange crepe suzette for dessert followed by sweet macaroon petit fours.
Marco Coderoni, General Manager at Scotts South Queensferry, said: “Following the success of our first chef’s table event last month we wanted to offer an experience with a twist this month, with a nod to Halloween.
“Our Head Chef Gregor Ure has once again designed this exclusive menu to showcase the fresh local produce we’re proud to serve, while enjoying an evening of intrigue with family and friends.
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