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Summer Season production menus 2015/16

Pet Shop Boys: Inner Sanctum

Enjoy a Super supper before the Pet Shop Boys performances. With its terrace overlooking Covent Garden’s bustling piazza, the Amphitheatre Restaurant is the perfect place to start your evening. The specially priced two-course menu for just £30 includes crispy duck and green bean salad with truffle vinaigrette, Onglet steak with bérnaise saude and Bobby beans, and Domino Dancing dark chocolate delice.

  • Amphitheatre Restaurant: Dinner
  • Paul Hamlyn Champagne Bar: Dinner

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Pet Shop Boys: Inner Sanctum.


Don Quixote

Add a table in one of our restaurants to your evening and sample some of the freshest picks of summer including this exquisite dish of halibut with heritage tomatoes and samphire. For our dessert selection, summer berries take the lead.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about the Bolshoi’s Don Quixote.


Swan Lake

Why not treat yourself to our special Swan Lake cocktails made with Ruinart champagne? Would you prefer the Black Swan with passionfruit and blueberry, or White Swan with lychee and coconut? You could always try one on arrival and the other at the interval!

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about the Bolshoi’s Swan Lake.


The Taming of the Shrew

Tame your hunger pre-performance with succulent slices of Charentais melon, paired with Ibérico ham in Balconies Restaurant, and with barrel-aged feta and mint in the Amphitheatre Restaurant. Poached chicken with five-grain salad and Portland crab linguini make satisfyingly light main courses.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about the Bolshoi’s The Taming of the Shrew.


The Flames of Paris

The French flavours on our menus for The Flames of Paris certainly fire the imagination. Think lobster bisque, sole meunière and onglet steak with béarnaise. Finish with our sparkling Ruinart Champagne baba.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about the Bolshoi’s The Flames of Paris.


Le Corsaire

Enjoy an invigorating cocktail of vodka, lime and rosemary before curtain up on this Bolshoi Ballet performance. A plate of cured salmon, or our famous smoked salmon sandwiches, make an ideal accompaniment.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about the Bolshoi’s Le Corsaire.


Autumn Season production menus 2016/17

Norma

Pair the wonderful cast on stage with dishes starring outstanding ingredients. To start, beautiful butter-poached lobster is served with pickled shimeji mushrooms and fig. Fennel and tarragon risotto with crisp salad and lemon vinaigrette makes a memorable main. Finish with our sumptuous new coffee éclair accompanied by a dark chocolate truffle and cocoa nib tuile.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Norma.


Il barbiere di Siviglia

Accompany Rossini’s fizzing score with a glass or two of Ruinart Champagne. To follow, indulge in classic cured salmon with Oscietra caviar and potato blini, or our new lobster boudin with shaved fennel and salsa verde. Fillet of beef with truffled celeriac purée, wild mushrooms and Madeira sauce makes a memorable and highly satisfying main course.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Il barbiere di Siviglia.


Così fan tutte

This powerfully staged opera demands robust flavours. In Balconies Restaurant, fillet of beef is served with ceps, pancetta and spinach. Smoked duck and ham hock terrine makes a seductive starter and, for dessert, who can resist sticky toffee pudding with chocolate butterscotch sauce. Still hungry? Try our selection of British cheeses served with fruit bread and quince paste.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Così fan tutte.


La Fille mal gardée

We’ve chosen classic dishes as the backdrop to this joyful, popular ballet. Expect top-quality ingredients with the occasional twist, such as white onion soup with Welsh rarebit, and poached chicken Caesar salad.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about La Fille mal gardée.


The Nose

A table in one of our restaurants is the ideal accompaniment to this new production. Our chefs’ creativity shines in dishes of spelt with truffled ricotta, parsnips and smoked almonds, and chestnut-maple parfait with chestnut vermicelli and passion fruit gel. Prefer a simple steak? We have that too, served with Café de Paris butter and salad.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about The Nose.


Anastasia

The glorious game season is here! Celebrate with wood pigeon and game pâté, pheasant ballotine with calvados sauce, or a hearty saddle of venison with roast winter roots and juniper sauce. Classic apple tart tatin served with lashings of rum-and-raisin cream makes the perfect ending.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Anastasia.


Les Contes d’Hoffmann

The Royal Opera House takes pride in using first-rate suppliers of fresh produce. Our rib eye steaks, for instance, are 28-day matured Black Angus beef, and we only ever use native shellfish. For this fantastic opera, why not enjoy lobster thermidor in Balconies Restaurant? Pistachio soufflé makes a suitably luxurious finale.

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To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Les Contes d’Hoffmann.


Chroma / New Wayne McGregor / Carbon Life

Accompany McGregor’s exhilarating choreography with our offer of two courses for £28.00 in the Amphitheatre restaurant. The glamorous menu includes sea bass ceviche, goat’s cheese and butternut tart, and pheasant with red cabbage and apple. Can't resist a pudding? Nor should you when there is crème brûlée and caramel mille-feuille with vanilla poached pear available!

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Chroma / New Wayne McGregor / Carbon Life.


Manon Lescaut

Autumn brings a new cast of ingredients, so do treat yourself to a table in one of our restaurants. Scallop ceviche with dried cranberries and chardonnay vinaigrette stars on Balconies Restaurant menu, while wild mushroom linguini in the Amphitheatre will tempt carnivores and vegetarians alike. Complete your evening with our ever-popular Ruinart rosé champagne baba.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Manon Lescaut.


The Nutcracker

Celebrate your visit to the Royal Opera House with a table in Balconies Restaurant, where our wonderfully light fish options include roast brill with leeks and truffle butter sauce, and lemon sole meuinère served on the bone. For the ballet, pavlovas always seem the right choice of dessert – ours is festively decked with orange and pistachio, plus a dainty tuile and milk crumbs.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about The Nutcracker.