Top Perth Restaurant makes Rugby Peace Offer

By | Jan 17, 2011

63 Tay Street, one of Perth’s top restaurants, is helping kick off this season’s Six Nations rugby tournament with a French tasting menu the day before Scotland tackle France in Paris.

The £45 per head four course menu on Friday 4 February will include a glass of wine from a different French region with each course, introduced by restaurant manager Marc Behringer.  Chef-Patron Graeme Pallister (pictured), who will be on hand to explain the ingredients and preparation, said: “The Auld Alliance is always under threat when Scotland play France at rugby so I’m playing my part in restoring friendship by highlighting some of the best French-style food I can create, complemented by suitable wines.”

Guests will also receive a voucher giving them 20% off a future meal.

Graeme Pallister was voted Scotland’s Executive Chef of 2010 and his restaurant is one of only 13 in Scotland to have achieved the Gold standard awarded by VisitScotland’s food and drink arm, EatScotland. 63 Tay Street Restaurant is also offering a five course ‘surprise’ dinner menu from Tuesdays to Fridays inclusive until 26 February for £25 per person. The menu will be created each day “and will involve fun for diners as well as mouthwatering dishes,” Pallister added.

Tables must be pre-booked by calling 01738-441451 or reserving on-line at

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