Army Catering At A Manchester Barracks
Before the 3rd Medical Corps flew out for 6 months service in Afghanistan, they wanted to have an officer’s function with a touch of class…. nice menu, nice wine, fantastic surroundings – the only issue for the poor caterers was the kitchen being 118m away and up 3 flights of stairs. The style of service may date back to before the Raj, but it was nice to see people wanting things to be done properly. If the British Army can function in the circumstances they find themselves in, it would have been churlish to complain about 118m and 3 flights of stairs. Whatever happens the other side of the world, a good time was had by all!
Black Pudding Baked In Cider With Seared Scallops Upon a Warm Salad And Dresses With A Tart Bramley Sauce
Pink Champagne Sorbet
Sliced Fillet Of Beef Topped With A Herb Crust. Accompanied By A Whole Grain Mustard & Red Wine Sauce
All The Above Are Served With A Selection Of Seasonal Market Vegetables & Daupinoise Potatoes
Creamy Raspberry Brulees
Connoisseur’s Cheese Board, Featuring A Selection Of Fine Hand Made Cheeses From Around The World.
Freshly Ground Coffee, Cream & Hand Made Bitter Chocolate Mints Or Tea
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