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Edinburgh's Ivy on the Square launches special dining package for The King and I musical

The Ivy on the Square is celebrating the arrival of much-loved musical, The King and I, in Edinburgh with a special dining package for theatre-goers.

Published: September 21, 2019
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Visitors to  The Ivy on the Square restaurant can enjoy a pre-theatre set menu, alongside a limited-edition ‘Siam Spritz’ featuring Botanist gin, ginger juice, soda, Prosecco, fresh mint and a lime twist garnish, before heading around the corner to The Playhouse for the iconic show.

Diners can enjoy a three-course package for £60, inclusive of a Siam Spritz, theatre ticket and three course meal. With the pre-theatre menu served up until 6.30pm, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy dinner before the show begins.

Menu options include: crab cakes with tomato salsa, chilli, spring onion and coriander; baked salmon fillet with Asian glaze, Jasmine rice, pak choi and radish; and steak, egg and thick-cut chips.

One of the greatest musicals of all time, from the ‘golden age of musicals’, The King & I promises to be an exciting spectacle, with lavish costumes, exotic sets and a soundtrack loved by generations.

The special King and I package at The Ivy on the Square will be available throughout the show’s run from 17th to 26th October (excluding all matinee shows, and shows on 19th and 26th October).

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The limited-edition package is available on the following dates, with the show starting at 7.30pm and pre-theatre dining available before 6.30pm:

Thursday 17 October
Friday 18 October
Monday 21 October
Tuesday 22 October
Wednesday 23 October
Thursday 24 October
Friday 25 October

To book, please purchase a ticket here before reserving your table by calling The Ivy on the Square on 0131 526 4777 and quoting 'King & I package'.

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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