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Six by Nico announces magical new menu and it is set to be the most popular yet

Get ready for a magical festive period with Six by Nico's latest (and probably most popular) concept

Published: November 8, 2017
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After winning the Most Innovative Chef accolade at the Scotsman Food and Drink Awards earlier this month, Nico Simeone continues to show off this innovation with the unveiling of Six by Nico's latest menu.

Running from the 21st November till 31st December, Christmas at Nico's will be Disney themed.

In the usual style, the restaurant, which opened in Glasgow's Finnieston earlier this year, released a teaser video on their social media.

https://www.facebook.com/sixbynico/videos/2067898356775743/

The Disney concept is described on Facebook: "Be Our Guest…

"1930 classics to nostalgic family favourites; Six by Nico takes you on a magical journey this Winter, taking inspiration from Disney.

"From Snow White to Beauty & the Beast, we invite you to re live those memories that every household and family hold close to to their hearts.

"They have stuck around in our mind for as long as we can remember and now we are going to try and relive them from scene to scene through this special tasting menu."

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Six by Nico was originally only meant to run as a pop up, with a new tasting menu concept launched every six weeks.

But it has proved so popular that the restaurant is sticking around, this time with no time limited on the menus. Meaning we have a bit longer to enjoy Disney and when better to do so than at Christmas time?

Not only that, £5 from each meal will be donated to a kids charity.

Operating as a six week pop up, each concept has a tasting menu based around a theme with a modern take on the chippie, childhood favourites, American classics, an intriguing selection in Illusion and foraged delights from the Forest having been served up so far.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Ba_i-hllkAi/?taken-by=sixbynico

Simeone says about his innovative culinary venture: “It is the first of its kind in Glasgow and one that we hope will add to the appeal of the already burgeoning restaurant scene in Finnieston.

“The concept was born from our team’s love of experimenting with new ingredients and developing and creating new dishes.

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“By challenging ourselves to do this every six-weeks we feel we have created the perfect recipe for an exciting epicurean adventure for not just our diners, but our team too.”

More information on the Disney menu, plus how to book, can be found here.

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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