Frankies and Bennys Cocktails
We were invited to go as a couple and review the new cocktail menu and have a meal at Frankie and Benny’s. I ditched my OH and went with a group of Nottingham Blogger pals instead. We had such a nice evening, chatting the night away. Pizza and burgers were demolished and every single plate was completely clean. Everyone said they had enjoyed their food. The drinks went down a treat too.
My son is called Frankie so I had to try this from Frankie and Benny’s new cocktails menu.
There are some lovely non alcoholic cocktails…..
Frankie’s Fruit Punch £2.95
A full and fruity combination of orange and pineapple juices;brought to life by almond syrup and grenadine. It was delicious.
Next time I go i think I’ll try this
Amalfi Sunrise £2.95
A delightfully refreshing combination of orange, passion fruit and lemon, with a vivid splash of pomegranate syrup.
and a much wider range of alcoholic ones including the usual suspects and these (new to me) and very interesting sounding drinks
A crisp and refreshing cocktail with layers and layers of flavour, Bombay Sapphire gin, fresh lemon juice, sugar and
Chambord black-raspberry liqueur combine effortlessly.
Espresso Martini £5.95
A rich combination of fresh espresso, Eristoff vodka and Kahlua coffee liqueur, a real pick-me-up!
Overall impression of Frankie and Bennys coktails
I do think the drinks were over iced thought they were delicious and there wasn’t much of a drink for the price. but I am not a cocktail drinker so maybe this is always the case? The food was good and the company was great. The music was too loud (or was that my age!)
I hope you enjoyed my review of frankie and Bennys cocktails