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What's OnChristmas Mistletoe, Wine and Dine at Hard Rock Cafe Restaurants

Deck the halls with boughs of Prosecco and kick-start Christmas party season with a mega menu that’ll leave your tastebuds rockin’ with delight.
  • Dates 03/12/2020 - 03/12/2020
  • Location Hard Rock Cafe Piccadilly Circus, Criterion Building, 225-229 Piccadilly, W1J 9HR
  • Price Two-course selection from £30.95 per person
Get ready to Rock’n’Roll around the Christmas tree and have a merry little Christmas with Hard Rock Cafe London and Piccadilly Circus.Offering the lip-smacking Kiss me Under the Mistletoe Christmas menu serving two-courses for £30.95 or three-courses for £37.95, it’s a must-have menu to tuck-in to this season. Available from 3rd December 2020 – 10th January 2021.Featuring a blue cheese chopped salad or a Caesar salad serving to start, followed by your choice of Hard Rock’s brilliant burgers, including the beefy Legendary Burger, grilled or smoked BBQ selections, juicy salmon or New York Strip steak, it’s a mega menu that’ll leave your tastebuds dancing with delight.Plus, if you’ve got any space left, wrap your lips around a dreamy dessert. From the warm chocolate brownie including crushed candy canes and whipped cream, to the devilishly delicious Espresso Martini, it’s a festive feast filled with delight.Whatever you decide, you can rest assured it’s safe to rediscover a rockin’ festive celebration as Hard Rock Cafe have enhanced their health and safety measures in line with the latest government guidelines.So, what are you waiting for?Reserve your table online here. Or, call or email using the following details:T: +44 (0)20 7287 4600E:

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