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St. George's Gourmet Dinner - overnighters for gourmet tourists

( The Bayside Brasserie in Broadstairs in Kent is to host a 5-course gourmet dinner on St. George’s Day, April 23.

The evening begins with Mulligatawny Soup – a classic, light spicy soup of Anglo-Asian origin that was introduced to England 200 years before our current national dish – Chicken Tikka Masla.

A Fish Terrine with a horseradish and dill dressing follows packed with local fish and shrimps caught from trawlers operating locally from Ramsgate and Deal. The vegetarian option is cauliflower and carrot terrine with spiced mint and peanut dressing.

Diners’ palates will then be refreshed with an Ice Apple Snow sorbet based on an Elizabethan recipe.

The main event is a Beef Wellington with fillet of local beef baked in pastry with pâté and mushrooms served with scalloped potatoes and seasonal vegetables. There is also a vegetarian Wellington with Arborio rice with goat’s cheese, peppers, aubergine, and artichokes wrapped in a pastry-wrap.

For pudding there is a choice of Jam Roly Poly, Lemon Meringue Pie, Marmalade Ice Cream, or a selection of local English cheeses.

St. George’s Lunch

For lunch on St. George’s Day, there is a 2-course lunch. There is a choice of Pea and Ham Soup, Chislet Mushroom and Wild Garlic Crostini, or Smoked Mackerel with horseradish dressing. For mains there is Braised Beef with dumplings, carrots and mash potatoes, Battered Local Fish and Chips, or Cheese and Potato Pie with broccoli.

David Sworder commented, “The English are unique in our indifference towards our national day - it’s time we got over of guilt of having had an empire and reclaimed our patron saint and his flag from sports fans and nutty political parties.”

Guests will also be able to enjoy some excellent English drinks including the new vintage of Gribble Bridge Ortega Dry from Bidden den vineyards and some fine new bottled beers from Gadd’s brewery in Ramsgate.

Booking and prior notification of vegetarian option is advised.

More Britons are expected to holiday in the UK this year due to the poor economy, a weak pound, airport misery, and environmental factors. The Bayside Brasserie benefits from its proprietor owning the nearby 18th century Durlock Lodge, with self-catering accommodation comprising a 2-bedroomed cottage – one with a four-poster – (sleeping 4+2) plus a 2-person studio in a quiet village location of Minster with a railway station and the renowned Bell Inn and three restaurants within a five-minute stroll.

George Shaw
T: 01892 750851
M: 07860 695555

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