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17 Aug

Lunch Menus 14.08 to 18.08

LUNCH MENUS from 14.08. – 18.08.2017

From 12h30 – 13h45         Soups N$   20.00                 Main courses N$ 40.00       Desserts N$ 20.00

(Meals are served on a first come first serve basis and while stocks last)

 

Monday, 14.08

Starter:

ANTIPASTI MISTI (ASSORTED GRILLED AND MARINATED VEGETABLES)

Main:

PICATA MILAN STYLE, NAPOLITANA SAUCE, SPAGHETTI (Choice of pork and chicken)

Dessert:

TIRAMISU WITH WHITE COFFEE ICE CREAM

 

TUESDAY, 15.08

Starter:

PANCAKE RAVIOLI FILLED WITH CHEESE IN NAPOLITANA SAUCE

Soup:

FRENCH ONION SOUP WITH CHEESE CROUTONS

Main:

GAME MEDAILLONS, GREEN PEPPERCORN SAUCE, MASHED POTATOES, BRAISED RED CABBAGE

Dessert:

CHOCOLATE BAVAROISE WITH ORANGE FILLETS

 

WEDNESDAY, 16.08

Starter:

AVOCADO RITZ (AVOCADO WITH PRAWNS AND COCKTAIL SAUCE))

Soup:

CULTIVATOR SOUP (VEGETABLE SOUP) WITH CROUTONS

Main:

STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST WITH SPINACH & FETA, ROMAN GNOCHIES, VEGETABLES

Dessert:

APPLE FRITTERS WITH VANILLA SAUCE

 

THURSDAY, 17.08

Soup:

CONSOMEE WITH SEMOLINA DUMPLINGS

Main:

ROASTED PORKNECK STUFFED WITH PRUNES, DUCHESSE POTATOES, BROCCOLI WITH ALMONDS

Dessert:

CAPE BRANDY PUDDING WITH CUSTARD SAUCE

 

FRIDAY, 18.08

Starter:

CHICKEN LIVER PATE ON TOAST

Soup:

PEA PURREE SAINT GERMAIN

Main:

POACHED KINGKLIP WITH HOLLONDAISE SAUCE, PARSLEY POTATOES, CREAMED LEEK

Dessert:

CREMA CATALANA WITH CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM

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