The Last Parsnip

A Truly Unbelievable Dining Experience from Chef Bryce Chartwell

Twelve Days of Christmas Menu

Traditions play an important part in the stupendous success of The Last Parsnip. Be they observing important Neo-Pagan festivals throughout the year or adhering to strict pouring regimens for sauces and soups.

One such tradition that we’re always happy to roll out is our Twelve Days of Christmas Menu. Once a year, from December 25th through to January 5th we prepare a series of special menu items themed around the more gastronomically oriented elements of the famous song.

Last year our “Three Medoc Hens”, raised on Hopi pink corn and slaughtered in-situ, caused quite a stir in the national press. As did our “Ten Lords-a-Leaping” as they participated in a daring demonstration of Danglenut Hopscotch. We’re pleased to confirm that Lord Ashington has fully recovered from his apparently horrific stumble.

This year we plan to prepare an equally memorable array of dishes and distractions. We do hope you can join us.

Please note that our Reservations Policy is strictly enforced during the festive season.