Mardis Gras Supper

February 9, 2018 @ 7:15 pm – 11:30 pm
Mardis Gras Supper

Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) is the celebration or feasts before lent begins.  With it’s origins in France and the French colonies (particularly New Orleans) our night will be a chance to wear an elaborate mask and have a traditional New Orleans/French Supper.  This a night with sharing boards and dishes for the table with vegetarian options available on request (and served separately)

Starter tasting plate
King prawn Étouffée (smothered)
A thick shellfish stew made with a slow cooked, Cajun spiced sauce served with red bean and rice creole fritters
Main course pan for the table
The Atakapa tribe states the origin of the name. The original word “Sham, pal ha! Ya!” means “Be full, not skinny! Eat Up!” with a French equivalent of “Bon appétit!”. Spanish influence resulted in the current spelling of the name. Our jambalaya is made to a traditional New Orleans recipe but uses local ingredients.  
 Made with the holy trinity of celery, peppers and onions, Andouille sausages made with local pork, shrimp and free range chicken
Dessert board to share
Beignets with Brandy milk punch & Pot Au Chocolate
Light, fluffy, donut style french pastries served with a creamy cocktail side of a mini brandy milk punch drink and an intense chocolate pot
Price; £34.50
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