Henry’s Cafe Bars launch new food menu


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Managed pub and bar operator TCG is launching summer menus for its Henry’s Café Bars, with new dishes based on seasonal produce, lighter ingredients and the latest trends.

Established favourites such as fish and chips, burgers and club sandwiches are complemented by new flavours, such as four new salads, including Salmon Niçoise and Quinoa with sweet potato and avocado, and main courses such as cod with feta cheese and sundried tomato and bauletti pasta parcels.

The menu of sharing platters now offers five sharing boards, including a meat mezze based on harissa-marinated lamb and chicken skewers, and an antipasto mezze with chargrilled vegetables, feta cheese and dips.

The dessert offering has been refreshed to provide lighter, summery flavours in dishes such as Mango & Passion Fruit Mess and Lemon Pie Cheesecake.

TCG chief operating officer Nigel Wright said: “The continuing success of the Henry’s Café Bar brand is due in large part to its food offer. We refresh it regularly to make sure it meets the demands of the more aspirational customers who frequent the sites and reflects the latest food trends in the casual dining sector, while also keeping our perennial favourites.

“We believe we’ve achieved the right balance with the new menu and are confident it will help to drive food sales across our Henry’s sites over the summer months.”

The new menu, which is being launched later this month, is the result of an extensive development process by TCG that included a review of consumer trends, competitor analysis and a tasting for general managers at all Henry’s Café Bars.

There are five Henry’s sites at Covent Garden, Piccadilly, West India Quay and Bromley in London and in Cardiff.

Pictured with some of the new dishes at the London Piccadilly site are team members (left to right) Michael Gallagher, Cortney Way and Raffaele Giovanetti.

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