Cast aside those skinny jeans and slip into something a little more ankle-aerating on 1 May for Sheene Mill’s 70s disco and dinner.
The picturesque hotel and restaurant in Melbourn will be turning up the funk and reliving the disco days for an evening of music, food and dancing.
Though the tunes stand the test of time, thankfully dining has moved on a few paces in the last 40 years. No chicken in a basket, Angel Delight or boil in the bag fish with smash here, instead there’ll be a delicious menu which includes grilled local asparagus with poached eggs, truffle and hollandaise sauce to start, pan fried fillet of wild salmon, duchesse potato, broad bean and pea fricassée. Though there's a nod to a few childhood favourites in the desserts, with baked Alaska and a classic peach Melba to choose between – all courtesy of The Sheene Mill’s two AA rosette restaurant.
Then, you can dance it off at a 70s-style disco, with live music from Funk Odyssey until midnight. It’s £55 per person for three courses, entertainment and a cocktail on arrival.
To book call 01763 261393 or go online.