A Summer Champagne Evening

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Tuesday July 23rd



Fought over for hundreds of years by Germans, French, English and even the Spanish, the Champagne region is one of the most well-known in France. Home to huge forests, lush meadows, rivers abundant with fish and, of course some of the most famous vineyards in the world, Champagne has a rich and varied history. Of course, it’s known mostly for its wine, but its food is on a par with some of the finest in France and this evening we will showcase some of the best traditional recipes. The wine, synonymous with celebration, is often outrageously expensive: we’ve teamed up with one of the smaller independent producers and are able to offer you this evening two champagnes of exceptional quality, unavailable in the UK and at a lower price than you’d pay for a “Grand Marque” in the shops. This is sure to be a heavily oversubscribed event, so book now to be sure of your place in the sun…




champagne cocktail




Salad of heritage tomatoes, Chaource cheese with fresh basil and champagne vinaigrette


Escalope of wild salmon with crayfish sauce and dill


Roast fillet of new season lamb rolled in herbs, potato dauphinoise, medley of summer vegetables and red wine reduction


Gratin of summer fruits marinated in Marc de Champagne, elderflower and champagne sorbet


To accompany:

Champagne Fredestel Brut Tradition 125ml glass £4.95 750ml bottle £27.50

Champagne Fredestel Cuvee Grande Reserve 125ml glass £5.95 750ml bottle £35.00

These wines will also be available to take away, please ask

our own wine list will of course also be available

Price £30 per head, with a deposit of £10 on reservation

Tables from 7pm – 9.30pm – space is limited, so please book early


“I only drink champagne when I’m happy, and when I’m sad. Sometimes I drink it when I’m alone. When I have company, I consider it obligatory. I trifle with it if I am not hungry and drink it when I am. Otherwise I never touch it – unless I’m thirsty.” – Lily Bollinger

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