Immerse Yourself In Your Own ‘Roman Holiday’ As ASK Italian Launches Black & White Movie Nights Immerse Yourself In Your Own ‘Roman Holiday’ As ASK Italian Launches Black & White Movie Nights
For the first time, ASK Italian announces the launch of a series of Black & White Movie Nights, showcasing the best of Italian themed... Immerse Yourself In Your Own ‘Roman Holiday’ As ASK Italian Launches Black & White Movie Nights

For the first time, ASK Italian announces the launch of a series of Black & White Movie Nights, showcasing the best of Italian themed cinema, in celebration of their new Autumn menu. The Wigmore Street restaurant will screen the classic ‘Roman Holiday’, featuring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn, whilst diners enjoy a set three-course menu, including the star of the show, the delectable Beef & Chianti Ravioli, made with eye-catching charcoal black and white pasta. The movie nights will take place on 14th and 15th November and tickets will be available for a limited time at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ask-italians-black-white-movie-nights-tickets-51503151312 for £15.95 per person.

EVENT: BLACK AND WHITE MOVIE NIGHTS AT ASK ITALIAN

DATES: 14th, 15th November

LOCATION: ASK ITALIAN, 56-60, WIGMORE ST, LONDON, W1U 2RZ

COST: £15.95 INCLUDING THREE COURSE MEAL

Book here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ask-italians-black-white-movie-nights-tickets-51503151312

Diners can escape with Audrey and immerse themselves in Roman scenery inspired by the 1953 romantic comedy film, whilst enjoying an Italian feast.  This special event will see the restaurant’s downstairs dining space transformed into a retro-style theatre complete with an alfresco Italian dining theme to create the perfect setting. ASK Italian are not only giving you the opportunity to watch the film either, guests will also be provided with tips on how to find your own piece of Italy around London, whether that be a sight or exhibition, we’ll provide you little easy ways that you can do so!

On the night, alongside a glass of prosecco & their Beef & Chianti Ravioli, diners will start their culinary journey with Burrata Caprese and end on a high with the White Chocolate Swirl. For those outside of London, please email ASK Italian on marketing@askitalian.co.uk to request a future event in your area.

Outside of the dedicated movie nights, diners can still enjoy the new Autumn menu, which is available seven days a week in ASK Italian restaurants nationwide, featuring a selection of classic Italian dishes and vibrant winter warmers with a twist. New dishes include the all-new Butternut Squash & Prosciutto Risotto with baby ruby radish shoots and pumpkin seeds, and a light version of the award-winning[1] Purple Basil Pesto Genovese, combining green pesto and cream sauce, with fine green beans, purple basil pesto and served with a rainbow salad – all for under 550 calories.

All menu items offer the option to make it vegetarian and there are Allergen, Vegan & Non-Gluten menus available, with dishes including our new vegan Zucca Zucca Pizza featuring butternut squash two ways – both as a purée on the base, and on top – alongside balsamic red onions, roquito pepper pearls, spinach, pumpkin seeds and a vegan mozzarella alternative.

About ASK Italian

ASK Italian is a family of Italian restaurants with over 110 restaurants throughout the country, driven by a passion for seeking out the best of Italian food and culture. They are devoted to creating an easy-going atmosphere, so you can ‘Eat like an Italian’ – connecting with people around you and enjoying mealtimes as much as the Italians do. With the help of expert friend, celebrated chef Theo Randall, ASK Italian has been discovering the best of Italian food and drink, reflected in the menus and 100% Italian wine list. In 2017, ASK Italian won best menu in the Mediterranean Casual Dining category at the restaurant MIDAS awards, and was named ‘Italian Restaurant of the Year’ in the 2017 Pizza and Pasta Association Awards.

[1] winner of a Great Taste 2018 award

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Jon Dingle Editor

A film journalist, writer and a filmmaker in business for over 20 years. I am passionate about movies, television series, music and online games.