Greenock taste buds will be spoiled for choice as the locally-loved Fenwick 47 launch their new menu.
The restaurant and bar’s modern approach along with their eclectic and innovative use of freshly-produced food continues to attract visitors from around the area. Step inside Fenwick 47 and you will quickly feel relaxed in the informal and casual atmosphere.
The welcoming and friendly staff members are on hand to make sure you leave fully satisfied, with a lasting memory of this fantastic local gem.
The new, balanced menu boasts a wide range of options and is both vegetarian and vegan-friendly. The introduction of sharing plates is ideal for catching up with friends or colleagues after work over a quick drink. Many of the dishes are also available in smaller portions for those with smaller appetites and for children.
Fenwick 47’s new menu has also incorporated a number of burgers from their regular Tuesday Gourmet Burger Night.
The quality of food on offer has attracted a great deal of interest locally with many customers becoming regulars. It is also proving to be a big hit with tourists from the cruise ships.
The restaurant and bar continue to take the necessary steps to ensure their food and drink is sourced from some of the finest retailers in the market today. Their artisan, ethical coffee is from Dear Green Coffee Roasters in Glasgow, and tea is from Eteaket in Edinburgh. And, for anyone in a rush, all teas and coffees are available to takeaway. You will also find a range of in-house, home-baked products including fresh cakes and scones.
The bar is stocked with a vast selection of brands including craft draught and bottled beers and ciders (some exclusive to Fenwick 47) such as Cidersmiths Cider, Hitachino Nest White Ale and Weihenstephaner Kristall Wheat beer. Locally-brewed West 4 and St Mungo are on tap and Drygate and Fyneales beers are available in bottles. Carefully-selected, quality wines are available by the bottle or in one of three glass sizes. The cocktail list is just as innovative as the new menu.
The team at Fenwick 47 work closely with suppliers to improve sustainability. One such supplier is Glasgow Social Enterprise Freedom Bakery. Other contributors include The Gourock Butcher, while fruit and veg is supplied from MVM Greenock, and Fish People in Glasgow supply all fresh fish and seafood.
You only need to browse the restaurant and bar’s Facebook reviews (4.9*) or their TripAdvisor page (4.5*) to understand the hype around Fenwick 47’s reliable reputation for quality. The staff are accommodating, experienced and knowledgeable and they are happy to answer any questions regarding the food and drink menu and provide an introduction to the new range of ‘House Pours’ at the bar.
As well as having the delicious food covered, Fenwick 47 has your weekend entertainment sorted. Their new regular late-night DJ slot launches on Saturday (16 June) with Gerry Love, founding member of Teenage Fanclub.
The establishment is the ideal spot for private functions such as birthdays and can fit parties up to the size of 60. Bespoke menus are available on request. Phone the friendly team and check availability to host your dream party in a relaxed setting.
For more information and to keep up-to-date with all the latest news at Fenwick 47 follow them on Facebook @Fenwick47; Instagram @Fenwick47 and Twitter @Fenwick47. Alternatively, to book a table and sample their new menu call them on 01475 724511.
The Article appeared on Inverclyde Now on 13th June 2018
Photos by Alex McGilp