To celebrate the huge success of The Batman, Park Row London has launched a brand new The Bat and The Cat menu.
The four-course menu starts with Bruce Wayne’s favorite Mulligatawny soup, followed by a choice of a decadent steak tartare – Fit For A Knight or Iceberg Lounge proprietor Oswald’s gold leaf maki rolls.
For mains, Gotham City’s Saviour – the finest USDA rib eye or Mama Maroni’s tortellini – a family recipe passed down to crime boss Sal.
To finish, a classic tiramisu that’s named after Carmine Falcone, also known as ‘The Roman’ for his ruthlessness and firm grip over Gotham City for many years.
On top of this new dining experience, an A La Carte menu is available every day, and two or three-course set menus are also available Tuesday to Saturday, with dishes inspired by various Batman characters (I recommend the Riddle Me This Dessert).
On Sundays, a roast dinner is available, which, having tried it myself, I can highly recommend. The Monarch Theatre Immersive dining experience is also available at certain times Tuesday to Sunday. The Monarch Theatre subtly pays homage to some of the DC universe’s most iconic heroes and villains.
All the dishes take guests on a culinary and visual journey with the help of floor-to-ceiling screens and 360-degree projection mapping. Truly a one-of-a-kind gastronomic show, with carefully crafted staging and immersive courses that play with the senses. The experience is abundantly rich in storytelling, of characters good, evil, and the blurred lines in between.
Park Row is London’s first DC-inspired restaurant experience, created in partnership with Warner Bros. consumer products and DC. It is part of the Wonderland Restaurant group, a rich melting pot of some of the finest creative minds and storytellers from the world of food, film, and magic.
I have visited this restaurant a couple of times and it really is an absolutely amazing experience. The food is phenomenal and the venue is the perfect restaurant for any Batman/DC Comics fan. If you’re ever in London it’s definitely worth visiting. If you are planning to, I would highly recommend booking in advance on the Park Row website.
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