The food is prepared and served by Carringtons and is very good value at £15.95 for two courses, plus a glass of house wine or a soft drink. You can add a desert, more drinks and tea and coffee if you wish.
You can download the menus which change monthly via the website of the Floral Pavilion - http://www.floralpavilion.com/screenloader.aspx?page=documents/pretheatre.html&type=include
You can also have coffee, lunch and tea in the Pavilion's cafe
This evening, from the four starters and main courses, we tried the soup and freshly baked, warm Sourdough roll and the Linguine with smoked salmon - which were delicious. Then we had main courses of chicken with beans in a tomato sauce and lamb done with creamed leeks and pesto macaroni. Absolutely delicious and served by the attentive staff. We didn't have room to sample the mouth-watering desserts on offer but finished off with a coffee.
The bill for extras came with an Everton mint which finished the excellent meal off very nicely indeed. Definitely ten out of ten.
I do wish Janet Street Porter of the 'Daily Mail', who wrote recently about Britain's run down seaside resorts, would visit New Brighton to see how this seaside town on one corner of the Wirral Peninsula has moved into the 21st Century. Marine Point was buzzing as we left the theatre - there's a casino, bowling alley, lots of great cafes and restaurants and an ice cream parlour, a lovely beach and that great view across the Mersey - something for everyone.