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Autumn Season production menus 2018

The Queen of Spades

Our chefs have created some especially big-flavoured dishes to match this powerful opera. Join us in the glamorous surrounds of Level 5 Restaurant for rump of lamb with roast pumpkin, sage and garlic, or Tournedos Rossini. Fancy a more traditional atmosphere? The Crush Room is serving smoked duck breast with grilled chicory and Banyuls dressing, and a silky salad of hot-smoked Shetland salmon with linguini, tomato, chives and crème fraîche.

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La traviata

Why not pair this beautiful production of Verdi’s best-loved opera with a table in our sumptuous new Level 5 Restaurant? Two intervals allow you to make the most of the enticing winter menu, creating a three, four or even five course menu as you please. We’re highlighting January’s finest produce in dishes such as Jerusalem artichoke soup with fresh sautéed ceps, and a dazzling pudding of blackcurrant and port jelly with madeleine and vanilla whipped cream.

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Katya Kabanova

Janácek’s free-spirited heroine would surely love the Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar. There you can enjoy a simple Poinsettia Champagne cocktail (with cranberry and Cointreau) with a plate of canapés, share a few small plates, or settle in for a hearty meal of three courses. Our modern winter menu includes San Daniele prosciutto with puntarelle, parmesan and walnuts, and venison carpaccio with blood oranges, rocket and hazelnut dressing. Can’t resist a pudding? Try the gorgeous grappa panna cotta with poached rhubarb and biscotti.

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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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Asphodel Meadows / The Two Pigeons

This mixed programme’s interval is the perfect excuse to book a table in Balconies Restaurant, where you can enjoy relaxed dining around the performance. Our warming menu features the best February ingredients: chestnut mushrooms, Jerusalem artichokes, salsify and griottines among them. Try pink fir apple potatoes with roast baby beets and salsa verde, or grilled veal chop with Roquefort butter and watercress salad.

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Orchestral Concert 2018-19 Season

A special concert demands a special meal to match. Why not treat yourself to dinner in our glamorous new Level 5 Restaurant? The modern European menu is full of elegantly relaxed dishes, from crispy plaice goujons with tartare sauce, to rich coq au Riesling and Tournedos Rossini. To finish, cheese lovers will delight in Mrs Kirkham’s Lancashire served with homemade Eccles cake. Prefer chocolate? Dive into our classic Gateau Opera Royale.

To make a reservation go to your Account. Find out more about Orchestral Concert 2018-19 Season.

The Royal Ballet School / The Two Pigeons

A table by Level 5 Restaurant’s open kitchen offers a glimpse into the theatrical world of our culinary team. For this season, chef director Matthew Harris has composed a gorgeous menu merging contemporary ideas and classic cuisine. You might start with a punchy salad of fennel, clementine, tarragon and pistachio, then revel in a Covent Garden favourite such as lobster mayonnaise. Light and luxurious crème caramel makes a stunning finale.

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