Spring is in the air, and ASK Italian have just launched their new menu featuring Prima Light pizzas for under 550kcal* and other colourful additions.
Start with the seasonal NEW Spinach & Ricotta arancini served with a spicy tomato dip or try their NEW Tuscan Bread Salad, which is vegan-friendly too. It’s brimming with the fresh flavours of yellow courgettes, tomatoes, cucumber and roasted peppers, and torn Tuscan bread dressed with extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar
And now for their NEW Prima Light pizzas – say hello to a lighter and brighter way of enjoying pizza! With three to choose from, your favourite Prima pizza toppings can now be ordered on the new Prima Light base accompanied by a colourful, veggie-packed rainbow salad. Who said healthier choices have to be boring?
So lighten up your lunch or dinner with a choice of Light Coppa Ham & Egg – served sunny side up, the slightly spicy Light Pollo Piccante con Pancetta, or veggie lovers’ delight Light Caprina with soft goat’s cheese – at under 550 calories (kcal)* you can now enjoy less dough, and more rainbow!
For a great alternative to a Sunday roast, their NEW Slow Cooked Lamb Prima Pizza looks and tastes the part, and don’t miss the chance to try their Spring Special Pea & Prosciutto Risotto, a vibrant pea and asparagus risotto topped with crispy smoked prosciutto and baby watercress – it packs in all the flavour and looks absolutely beautiful.
Known for their show stopping desserts, make sure to leave room for ASK’s new sweet treats! Opt for a slice of sunshine with their zesty Lemon Tart served with a blood orange drizzle and vanilla gelato, or give in to your chocolate temptations with the White Chocolate Swirl, a smooth white chocolate and almond mousse served on crushed pistachio nuts and strawberries with a cascading blood orange sauce – go on, give it a swirl!
And because they love to celebrate every mealtime like the Italians do, ASK Italian have topped up their drinks menu with the classic Negroni cocktail joining their popular tipples such as the Tropical Mojito and Elderflower G&T, and a growing range of craft beers and ciders. We’ll toast to that!
ASK Italian have all you need for a family outing, so you can kick back and relax whilst the little ones have fun with their food. Their kids menu includes hidden veggies to help them get their 5 a day, and kids love it. After starting with some crunchy veg crudités and dip, they can choose the Dip and Dunk Pasta, or choose their favourite toppings on a pizza. Then they’ll love the dessert options like the Tip and Top ice cream or famous Chocolate Pizza.
For all you need to plan your next outing head to the ASK Italian website where you can view the new menu, choose a location and book your meal. The team will look forward to welcoming you this Spring!
*Prima Light are below 550kcal which is approximately 2301Kj.
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