White Peacock’s Soft Touch fundraiser – menu confirmed!

October 30, 2015

Further to my recent post about ” A Touch of Community” – the White Peacock’s fundraising dinner next Thursday, 5 November for the youth arts charity Soft Touch – I can now confirm the menu. As of this morning there are a few places still available but you better hurry if you want to enjoy this fantastic menu that chef Phil Sharpe has put together for us:

Goat’s cheese mousse with pickled beetroot, toasted almond and fig, parmesan and basil

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Guinea fowl, ham hock and mango terrine, warm toasted brioche, herb salad

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Earl grey and gin-cured salmon, citrus crème fraiche, cucumber and fennel

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Lemon and basil sorbet

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Slow-roasted blade of Leicestershire beef, pommery mustard mash, mushroom and shallot jus

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Salted caramel pannacotta, banana sorbet, peanut praline, toasted banana bread

The cost is just £35  a head and there will be alternatives for vegetarians if notified in advance.

To secure your place and to check details please click here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-touch-of-community-dinner-evening-at-the-white-peacock-tickets-18713380224

Phil Sharpe fo the White Peacock with a stunning stencil done for the restaurant by a young artist supported by  Soft Touch

Phil Sharpe of the White Peacock with a stunning stencil done for the restaurant by a young artist supported by Soft Touch

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One Response to “White Peacock’s Soft Touch fundraiser – menu confirmed!”

  1. […] front of house manager Charlotte off at the awards, the young White Peacock team managed to serve a six-course menu to more than forty people with admirable skill and […]

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