Nottingham, United Kingdom, December 02, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Mintons Tea Room got its name from the reference D. H. Lawrence first made to Mintons Church in his novel "Sons and Lovers."
According to local legend, D. H. Lawrence was secretly referring to Greasley St. Mary's Church in Moorgreen, which is where Mintons Tea Room is located.
Roger and Judy Martin, who run the quaint tearooms, decided to recognise that fact by launching a brand new three course meal service called the Lady Chatterley Meal.
The deal comprises a starter, main course, dessert, and drink for only £12.95 per person and already it is proving to be very popular.
All the dishes are inspired by the D. H. Lawrence stories and are great for business meetings, walkers enjoying days out in the countryside, and special occasions.
Starters include a new fresh warm brie on rocket salad, and for entrees there is greek-style moussaka, lasagne, or a jacket potato with your choice of filling.
All the desserts, puddings and cakes are home made by Judy using quality ingredients. You can choose any pudding and any drink.
The Lady Chatterley Meal is one of many additions to the new Mintons Tea Room menu which has been redesigned using hand-made Japanese paper containing real flower petals.
Customers have warmly welcomed the new menu and the new meals.
Mintons Tea Room is located on the B600 road through Moorgreen close to Watnall in Nottinghamshire.
You will find the tearoom open every day except for Mondays and Tuesdays. Reservations are advised for large groups. Telephone Roger or Judy on Langley Mill (01773) 710426.
For more details and photographs visit the Mintons Tea Room website at http://www.mintonstearoom.co.uk/