Jamie’s Italian Bristol launches Autumn menu

Editor October 31, 2011 0
Jamie’s Italian Bristol launches Autumn menu

Jamie’s Italian Autumn menu has been recently launched and it’s already delivering on its promise to be a treat of seasonal Italian dishes with some Jamie Oliver ‘twists’ on the classics.

Louise Mortlock, General Manager of JI Bristol said “We’re so excited about this menu change and being able to serve such quality, seasonally inspired food. Jamie’s gone to town on the autumn menu and we’re confident that our diners will be blown away by all the new additions.”

One of the signature dishes is our Autumn Bruschetta for 2 – it really show cases everything that’s great about this time of year. Alternating layers of roasted beets, smashed pumpkin, wilted greens and creamy ricotta, studded with smoky Scamorza cheese and piled high on ultra crispy and garlicky toasted ciabatta. It’s a perfect starter to share and really has the wow factor!

Other dishes include the bang in season Wild Ragu Pasta Pipe – a hearty mix of rabbit, venison, pheasant, hare and boar cooked ultra slowly overnight with a rich Barbera wine for added depth of flavour. Proving to be another favourite is our beautiful chicken liver tortellini finished with a silky sage sauce and then of course, we have our seasonal selection of risottos made with Acquerello rice, the “Rolls Royce of rice”.

With some show stopping desserts on the menu too we really do have something for everyone.

This is exceptional autumn inspired food in an environment inspired by the Italian table where people relax, share and enjoy each other’s company.
Jamie’s Italian at the top of Park Street is open from 12 noon right through to 11pm Monday to Saturday and to 10.30pm on a Sunday. We’re accessible and affordable, a place where anyone is welcome and everyone will feel comfortable no matter how much you spend or how long you stay.

For more details please contact us on 0117 370 0265 or online at www.jamieoliver.com/italian

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