Two-time Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar has announced a series of lunch menus at his restaurants in Buckinghamshire amid the cost of living crisis.
Available until November 30, the chef is offering two- and three-course “economy” menus at Hawkyns in Old Amersham, Riwaz in Beaconsfield and Vaasu in Marlow.
Hawkyns and Riwaz offer two courses for £15 or three courses for £19 while Vaasu is slightly more expensive at £16.50 for two courses or £19.50 for three courses.
Atul Kochhar said: “We are all watching what we are spending at the moment so we are offering special menus to our customers across Buckinghamshire.
“Each restaurant promises refined dishes at affordable prices that don’t skimp on quality or taste.
“So if you’re looking for a lunchtime treat in Bucks, our doors are open and we look forward to welcoming you soon.”
Inside Hawkyns, The Crown Inn, will serve crispy calamari rings among starters, before main courses such as Kadai paneer Indian cottage cheese and a choice of sweets including apple tatin with cinnamon ice cream .
The Riwaz lunch menu opens with options of crispy tilapia Amritsari Macchi, before moving on to main courses, including Kerala roast chicken with nadan sauce.
The dessert menu includes milk cake with cream cheese, sponge cake and rose milk.
His Marlow restaurant, Vaasu on Chapel Street, starts with a choice of roasted butternut squash soup with pumpkin seeds or artichoke fritters and herb oil.
Main courses include the Murg Makhanwala tandoori chicken tikka, then the rhubarb, chocolate and strawberry crumble is one of the desserts.