Posted on 17th April 2015

Polo season at M Restaurants

Polo season at M Restaurants

If you love it then you’ll know that polo season is almost upon us and with it the quintessential fixture in our summer calendar, Chestertons Polo in the Park, three days of chukkas, cocktails and fingers-crossed, sun..

If you don’t know that much about it, then now is your time to learn with a little help from M Restaurants as this year they are the official partners. And to celebrate they are transforming their bar into the Chukka Lounge complete with polo mallets, saddles, a turfed floor and they’ll be screening classic polo matches which you can watch whilst sipping on the limited edition cocktail The Mallet Martini.  Or if you work nearby and have exhausted the sandwiches in the vicinity, (easily done)  then head there for their polo inspired lunch which is running throughout May – The Polo 28, 2 courses plus coffee served in 28 minutes for £28 – all inspired by the greatest polo players and fields and you’ll be the envy of all your colleagues.

This is not all though, oh no because not only are M Restaurants giving their diners discounted tickets to the Polo in the Park but they also have an exclusive dinner on the 21st April,  with polo players from around the world including those all arch rivals England and South America. Starting with a Chukkas-a-clock cocktail reception it’ll be an evening of polo fun and games and a three-course dinner in M.

That’s a whole lot of polo… are you ready?

www.mrestaurants.co.uk

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