Fish and Seafood Feast 3 September

August 21, 2011

To supply our main course we’ll be heading to Billingsgate fish market the day before the feast to ensure that we’ve got the freshest possible produce. We’ll buy what looks good on the day, which is why we’ve left the menu a little vague, but we’ll make sure there’s a good variety of fresh fish and seafood for you to feast upon.

  Fish Feast Menu 3 September

Iced tea

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Roasted Cashew nuts

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Home made smoked salmon, hot smoked mackerel on Sourdough

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Potjiekos, mixed grill of fish and shellfish

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Cheesecake

To book a ticket click HERE which will take you to our paypal page and enter the total amount for your booking (£25 per person).

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One Response to “Fish and Seafood Feast 3 September”

  1. Just come back from the fishy feast. Atmos NY art warehouse, low key, unpretentious.

    The red tea, gin and Pimms? drink was lovely, against the smoked salmon (gentle, but lasting flavour on good bread) appetisers.

    Mains razor claims dressed with samphire and white fish good. For once a recipe that uses the a well balanced amount of samphire which was nice again the non-oily fishy. Bit of good white bread and butter here would have been ideal to soaked up the lovely juices, add a bit of vol.

    Dessert – salt caramel ( lovely) something

    The evening smeed to end all too early although in reality it had lasted over 5 hours, so can’t complain.

    On balance, certainly worth £25, for effort, style and flavour. Better than many a volume focused town restaurant. Being ab greedy guts more of everything (food, drink (BYO – I brought 500ml wine decanted and 2 cans beer) and time to talk to people would have gone down well. Practicalities though prevented this. But the desire for more suggest the evening was good, which it was. Would/ will go again, space permitting.

    Well done to the small team conducting the whole shebang.

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