Month: October 2016

Remembrance Sunday in Battersea

Remembrance Sunday, which falls on the 13th November, is a day for the nation to remember those who sacrificed themselves in order to secure and protect our freedom.

Here at Melanzana we firmly believe that no one should ever be forgotten. This is a day to spend with your family and to remember how lucky we are.

Our amazing team will be serving some fantastic dishes and it would be our pleasure for you to spend such a special day with us. We are currently taking bookings for Sunday 13th November so call us on 0207 228 5420

Bonfire night in Battersea, London

Relight your fire this year and make sure to “Remember, remember the 5th November”  with us. We invite you into the warmth of our restaurant for a lovely, hearty meal with your friends and family. Our talented team of chefs cook a huge selection of delicious meals with something for everyone even the fussiest of eaters, with some dishes packing a bigger bang than the fireworks!

Join us to celebrate this iconic day in English history by booking a table with us. We are currently taking bookings for 5th November so either call us on 0207 228 5420

Halloween in Battersea, London

It’s Halloween at melanzana!

Whether you are ‘Trick or Treating’ with your family and friends or wanting to bypass all the spooky visitors this Halloween in Battersea, London – be sure to visit Melanzana for a range of delicious dishes.

Our great dining area is hauntingly impressive and will cater for all your family and friends. Melanzana is a terrific place to have your meal or party this year.

We are now taking bookings for Halloween dining so make sure to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Call our team on 0207 228 5420

Clock go back in Battersea, London

Clock this! It’s that time of the year to put your clocks back!

The good news is that you’ll get an extra hour in bed on a Sunday morning. However the bad news is that the nights are drawing in ever-quicker.

We know how easy it is to forget so we thought we would give you a friendly reminder to put your clocks back 1 hour as daylight saving officially ends at 2am on the last Sunday in October (30th October).

The idea of moving the clocks forward during the summer and then back again was first proposed in parliament in 1907. Later, in the Second World War clocks were put forward an hour to boost production in factories and so that workers could get back home before the blackout.

Book your Autumn meal with your friends and family today, call us on 0207 228 5420.