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The best new dishes to try from the summer menus

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With British summertime around the corner, the restaurants at St David's have updated their menus with delicious new seasonal dishes. Read on for your guide to the summer’s best-tasting plates...

Cosy Club’s spiced lamb skewers

Nothing says summer like the smell of a smoking BBQ - so it’s natural that the Spiced Grilled Lamb Skewer is a brand new hit on Cosy Club’s summer menu. The lamb is marinated in chermoula on warm flatbread with fennel, pomegranate, harissa and tzatziki. We’ll eat to that!

Wahaca’s buttermilk chicken tacos


Among the new mouth-watering additions to Wahaca’s summer menu are the delicious buttermilk tacos. They come topped with homemade pink pickled onions and spiced mayonnaise. Pair with a side of grilled corn and you’re good to go.

Wagamama’s strawberry and yuzu ice cream


It might not look like it, but incredibly, this new dessert from Wagamama is vegan. This refreshing pud is made from strawberry and yuzu (a Japanese citrus fruit) and served with raspberry compote and fresh mint. Be sure to leave space for this one.

Nando’s Grains ‘n Greens


The new Grains ‘n Greens dishes at Nando’s are perfect for those sun-soaked days when lunch requires something lighter. Opt for a hearty helping of mixed grains, long stem broccoli, spinach and corn - and add your sauce of choice, of course. You know the drill.

Carluccio’s Burrata e Frittedda

Replicate that holiday feeling by indulging in a relaxing Italian lunch at Carluccio’s. Grab yourself a glass of sparkling wine and a plate of the new burrata e frittedda dish - creamy burrata cheese from Puglia served with marinated artichoke, soya beans, peas, spring onion and mint. Bellissimo!

Frankie and Benny’s Italian Hot

Everybody’s favourite Italian-American hangout, Frankie and Benny's has launched a load of mouth-watering new dishes - and this is one of the best. Get stuck into the spicy Italian Hot Pizza, available in 10” or 15’.