Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Formal Hall Menus November 9th to 15th

Feast Night Formal Hall
Monday 9th November

Amuse Bouche
Chilled Tomato with Ginger
Salmon Terrine
Horseradish, lemon and frisee

(V) Pressed tomato terrine with basil
Confit of Free-Range Chicken filled with Sausage and Cranberries
Rosemary potatoes, fine beans and Calvados jus

(V) Aubergine Steak
Goat’s Cheese Panna Cotta
Raspberries and vanilla

Feast Night Formal Hall
Tuesday 10th November

Baked Salmon in Filo Pastry
Fresh salmon with sweet peppers and tomato

(V) Tomato, Red Pepper and Mozzarella en Croute
Roast Sirloin of Beef sous vide
Wild mushroom jus, chateau potatoes and broccoli

(V) Stilton, Almond and Lentil Croquettes
Fig Tarte Tatin
Burnt orange syrup and almond ice cream

There will be NO formal dinner on the 11th November due to a College function

Formal Hall
Thursday 12th November

Duck Confit Rillettes
French Baguette and Whole Grain Honey Mustard

(V) Aubergine Caviar
Grilled Trout with a prawn mousse
Wild rice timbale, carrot puree and Hollandaise

(V) Ale and Mushroom Puff Pastry Pie with Champ
Warm Chocolate Brownie
Vanilla Ice Cream

Formal hall
Friday 13th November

Winter Chestnut Soup
Grilled Sea Bream
Bouillabaisse Risotto-mussels, prawns, fennel and saffron
Spinach cream sauce

(V) Brie and Beetroot Layered Yorkshire Pudding
With Sliced Potatoes and spinach
Raspberry Crème Brulee
Fresh raspberries and biscuit

Formal Hall
Saturday 14th November

Heirloom Tomato Tart
Nicoise olive tapanade, mixed leaves and basil vinaigrette
Pork Steak sous vide with Garlic and Rosemary
Celeriac puree, rosti potato and mint jus

(V) Smoked Tofu Wrapped in Cabbage
With ratatouille-tomato and basil salsa
Carrot Cake with Cinnamon Ice Cream

Formal Hall
Sunday 15th November

Baked Trout Almondine
Béarnaise Sauce

(V) Grilled Asparagus
     Béarnaise sauce
Roast Leg of Lamb
Roast potatoes, minted peas and carrots, roasted parsnips -rosemary and redcurrant jus

(V) Minced Quorn and Vegetable Cottage Pie
Spotted Dick Pudding
Brandied Custard

1 comment:

  1. Jeremy Richardson11 November 2009 at 00:25

    What with Christmas just around the corner, turkey dinners are making their way onto the menu at Sunday formal. Could we please have cranberry sauce served as well just to make it extra festive?