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Discover Dolly Parton at Daniel Marsh’s Greenport Kitchen
Mouthwatering burgers from Greenport Kitchen

Diners are shouting for Dolly Parton at Greenport Kitchen on Waterloo Road and yet there are no paparazzi around. Greenport Kitchen’s Head Chef Daniel Marsh has a menu full of all-American favourites. He is passionate about using only premium fresh ingredients to create everybody’s favourite American classics from scratch. Here, diners are treated to mouth-watering food from an open kitchen in full view of diners.

Flame-grilled burger

As you enter Greenport’s Kitchen, you are greeted with a rotisserie of sizzling roast chicken and chefs making 6oz burgers from 100 percent Red Tractor British beef, grilled over flaming coals in a Kamado Joe Grill for that authentic American feel.”

As if that is not mouth-watering enough, another chef is baking authentic Italian style pizza crafted by the team at Greenport who have been taught the art of pizza making by an Italian professional.

This brand new restaurant in Waterloo Road offers a range of classics from juicy beef brisket burgers cooked over coals in a Kamado Joe premium grill, BBQ ribs and hot dogs, to a Rack of ‘JD & Coke’ Baby Back Ribs and mac ‘n’ cheese.

A menu using the freshest ingredients, includes light options such as Caesar salad and Rueben Sandwich. A variety of American craft beers, sodas and homemade milkshakes are available from the bar with warm chocolate and macadamia nut brownie and pies among some of the enticing desserts.

Greenport Kitchen is only a 2-minute walk from Waterloo Train Station and a short walk from the South Bank. The restaurant offers a fresh mix of authentic American style dishes crafted from the finest British and Italian produce and delivered through a contemporary open kitchen.

One on One with Restaurant Daniel’s Chef Bryce Leygonie

Mouthwatering Recipes from Fruisana

The minimal Nordic cuisine called Gourmet
Destination - Copenhagen
Mission - to combine food experience with meetings and incentives.
Lately, Copenhagen restaurants have been earning stars and stripes from the French Michelin Guide, awarding them a total of twelve stars! The city is more endowed with Michelin stars than Rome, Madrid, Berlin, Milan, and Vienna. Let’s face it, food is not something anyone can ignore during a trip and certainly not when you organise meetings and incentives for groups. Read more

Phil Croziers perfect wine matching to Ceviche

Pink by Yellowglen

Pink by Yellowglen – the ideal alternative to champagne
Chill this Australian sparkling rosé wine by Yellowglen, serve it in a classy flute and you are sure to make an impression with your guests. The blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Shiraz grapes sourced from vineyards in South-Eastern Australia creates a wonderful tasting sensation leaving a delicate drop of berry in your mouth.
You do not have to break the bank to score a few points with Pink because it is readily available in Sainsbury’s and Asda at £6.99. The wine is beautifully presented in a champagne style and corked as such.

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Executive Traveller 2003