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Don Quixote

We have a feast of Mediterranean ingredients to celebrate Carlos Acosta’s Don Quixote. Join us in Balconies Restaurant for vibrant dishes such as fish soup with rouille, grilled aubergine with butter bean purée, pepper and basil compote, and sautéed scallops with curly endive, croutons and sauce vierge. To finish, there’s no better dessert for the ballet than pavlova – don’t miss our zingy combination of pineapple and griottines on crispy-chewy meringue.

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Così fan tutte

This menu, accompanying Mozart's engaging comedy, features seasonal ingredients including Jerusalem artichokes, purple sprouting broccoli and salsify root. A Poinsettia Champagne cocktail in cranberry and orange flavours makes a fizzing start to your evening. Follow with silky beef carpaccio, a beetroot tart or smoked duck breast served with grilled chicory and Banyuls dressing.

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Frankenstein

Our newly-opened Level 5 Restaurant offers a diverse menu priced at £45 for two courses or £50 for three. Enjoy specialities such as sauté scallops Provençale, duck confit with Puy lentils, grilled calves' liver or our spectacular Tournedos Rossini with Madeira and truffle. Finish with a decadent chocolate mousse served with Griottines and an almond tuile.

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La forza del destino

A table in our glamorous new Restaurant Level 5 is the perfect accompaniment to your opera tickets. Start with a cocktail: the Destino Royale, combining Campari, vodka and Champagne, whets the appetite for dishes including grilled trevisse with pear, gorgonzola, pesto and focaccia. Come dessert, it’s hard to resist rhubarb and stem ginger crumble – until you see our seductive crème caramel!

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Romeo and Juliet

Spring ingredients jeté onto Royal Opera House menus for this production of Kenneth MacMillan’s heart-rending ballet. English asparagus, broad beans and peas sparkle in the Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar, while Balconies has the likes of roast cod with Jersey Royals and sauce vierge, and lamb with Little Gem, Cipollini onions and mint. Can’t resist a pud? Floating islands with pistachio praline makes a memorable finale.

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Faust

Why not pair this stunning Parisian production of Faust with some stunning French cooking? In Balconies, revel in sweetly grilled scallops with artichoke purée, or confit duck with fine beans, frisée, walnuts and foie gras. Prefer the traditional atmosphere of the Crush Room? There you can enjoy octopus with brown shrimps, fennel, olives and saffron dressing, or a chocolate mousse cake with prunes and Armagnac.

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