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New Look Ocean Basket at Montecasino

New Look Ocean Basket at Montecasino

Ocean Basket has reeled in a fabulous fresh summer seafood menu offering a feast of Mediterranean flavours from its new-look restaurant now located on the Piazza in the heart of Montecasino.

Spilling out into the open-air venue, the position offers patrons a view of all the activities and events taking place on the Piazza and is conveniently close to the theatre. The restaurant has been transformed with the new Ocean Basket look and feel – modular and modern without losing the charm and simplicity that have driven the brand’s success over the years. The summer menu focuses on fresh herbs with tangy lemon and is full of colour and crisp flavours, to complement our growing range of seafood.

Ocean Basket has added several protein-rich salads to our offering: rich smoked trout salad with avo and sesame seeds; a queen prawn salad with halloumi, avo and sweet soy dressing; and a light tuna salad with fresh Mediterranean salsa. The taste-sensation starter portions are increasingly popular so included on the menu this season is a new calamari bowl topped with rocket and Mediterranean salsa, Mediterranean rice balls created using halloumi and herb mayo; crumbless salmon and trout bites; and Spanish anchovies with a Med salsa.

Ocean Basket has added another platter to their famous sharing options: the new Venus platter combines a wide selection of your favourite starters to share…or you can make your own selection. For dessert new ice cream bowls with Turkish delight or halva satisfy the sweet tooth. None of which would be complete without one of our extensive new range of summer cocktail carafes. Sip a cool Cosmopolitan, Margarita, or Long Island Iced Tea, or enjoy an icy Mojito, Pina Colada or Strawberry Daiquiri. For those who prefer a virgin drink, we have created Coolers with refreshing ingredients, including apple and mint, rose and strawberry…Yum!!

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