A Gainsborough restaurant will be launching its latest invention next week – the battered creme egg.
We are not yolking! Adam’s Bay Take Away and Restaurant will officially launch the sweet treat at its venue on Bridge Road on Monday, March 5.
After the popularity of the shop’s jumbo battered pigs in blankets over the Christmas period, the restaurant has now moved on to Easter goodies.
The battered creme egg is exactly what it says on the tin, a Cadbury creme egg dipped in a soft batter before being deep fried – crunchy on the outside and gooey on the inside!
This sweet treat costs £1.20 per egg to take away or £3 in the restaurant served in an egg cup with the choice of waffles or chips to dip.
Helena Papadamou, owner of Adam’s Bay told Lincolnshire Business: “The reaction on our Facebook page has been huge.
“The battered creme eggs have caused a great debate!
“In December we created the jumbo battered pigs in blankets, that was a phenomenal success. Due to its success we extended the sale of it until March.
“We sat down with our chefs and discussed what the next seasonal phenomenon could be. We considered Easter Eggs, but due to their size we steered away from that.
“With the centres of the creme egg being so gooey, we knew it would melt and taste sublime when teamed with the savoury taste of the batter.
“We love the idea creating something every season and would love some suggestions for our Summer taste sensation.”