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$32.00
Sun dried tomatoes, parmesan, rustic garlic croutons with a traditional caesar dressing
$25.00
Smoked salmon tartines with red onion-caper relish or tender herb mousse
$40.00
Includes dry vermouth and olive brine shaken with ice and served with an olive
$40.00
A range of blended Scotch whiskies produced by Pernod Ricard in Dumbarton
$95.00
Includes button mushrooms, white creamy sauce, natural herbs and fine spices
$85.00
Fresh iced half shell oysters with lemon and pesto, for summer freshness taste
$35.00
Filo triangles stuffed with crumbled feta & baby spinach baked to a golden brown
$15.00
Sour patch grapes are a great sour candy; with only two ingredients they taste amazing
$75.00
Giant pan seared scallops on skewer. Topped with red curry & basil mango relish
$25.00
Includes coffee buffet station with all the accompaniments (sugar, cream, syrup)
$32.00
Sun dried tomatoes, parmesan, rustic garlic croutons with a traditional caesar dressing
$95.00
Includes button mushrooms, white creamy sauce, natural herbs and fine spices
$85.00
Fresh iced half shell oysters with lemon and pesto, for summer freshness taste
$35.00
Filo triangles stuffed with crumbled feta & baby spinach baked to a golden brown
$40.00
Includes dry vermouth and olive brine shaken with ice and served with an olive
$15.00
Sour patch grapes are a great sour candy; with only two ingredients they taste amazing
$40.00
A range of blended Scotch whiskies produced by Pernod Ricard in Dumbarton
$25.00
Includes coffee buffet station with all the accompaniments (sugar, cream, syrup)
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A Perfect Blend of Sensational Food, Inspiring Ideas and Professional Staff

1997 – Silver service is oriented for a right-handed waiter. Thus to serve the food, the waiter stands behind the guest and to the guest’s left, holds or supports the platter with their left hand, and serves the food with their right hand. It is common for the waiter to hold the serving-fork above the serving-spoon both in the right hand, and use the fingers to manipulate the two as a pincer for picking up and transferring the food.

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