Autumn Feast - Friday 26th October 2018
Autumn Feast Ticket - Friday 26th October - £25 per person - 6.30pm
We are embracing the many colours and flavours of autumn with a feast full of seasonal delights!
To create the menu our chefs have been looking at some of our favourite autumn ingredients and how it is they came to this country. The dishes on the menu are inspired by each ingredients country of origin but use only seasonal Cornish produce, hopefully giving an interesting spin on some familiar flavours for this time of year.
The feast will start at 6.30pm with a welcome cocktail and pre-starter followed by 3 seated courses. Tickets are £25 per person.
Tickets are not sent out but your booking will be on the guest list on arrival. Seating will be on long communal tables. If you wish to be seated together with a separate reservation please let us know in advance. If you are vegetarian or have a special dietary requirement please let us know when booking and we will do our best to accommodate. email@example.com / 01726 851 101.
AUTUMN FEAST MENU
Cup of Mexican spiced roast pumpkin soup, topped with grilled corn & soured cream
Pumpkins originate from North America and are synonymous with the time of year, whilst sweet corn is also in season and shares the history, flavours usually reserved for summer are at home here.
Smoked guinea fowl, saffron croquettes, roasted chilli & tomato salsa
Smoked cheese curd, grilled figs, almonds & rocket (V)
It’s game season, Guinea Fowl originates from West Africa and arrived here via Portugal. Portuguese flavours inspire both these dishes and stay clear of the usual heavy & rich game flavours.
Autumn lamb & walnut stew, strained yoghurt, spring onions &
Carrot & walnut stew, courgettes, yoghurt, spring onions & braised rice (V)
Sheep were first domesticated around 10000BC in Mesopotamia or the modern day middle east. The deeper flavour of autumn lamb compared to spring lamb lends well to the spices in this Persian dish.
Baked Victoria plums & Knightor Mena Hweg syllabub
Something British to finish, plums have been cultivated since the stone age but the Victoria variety was first discovered in Sussex. We have combined this with a product of one of our very own harvests, our Mena Hweg wine.