A culinary-minded Arbroath woman has put together what could well be Arbroath’s first ever pop-up restaurant.
Lorraine Turnbull will host the French-themed event in the Lochlands Bar, Lochlands Street, on Wednesday, March 12.
A retired home economist with a passion for cooking the Lochlands will test even Lorraine’s skills as it has no kitchen facilities, meaning everything must be prepared ahead of time and shipped in.
The menu features sloe fizz, hors d’oeuvres; her award winning Arbroath Smokie pate; beef bourguinon with meat from Robertson the butcher, tatties daupinoise and slow braised red cabbage; vanilla cheesecake with Scottish berries; and coffee and tablet to finish.
Lorraine said: “It’s got a French base but with good local food.
“If it’s successful I’ll look for other venues or start a home supper club.
“It’s something different for Arbroath.”
Tickets are £22, to reserve a place call 01241 873286.