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Thread: Evening Meal Menu - Fri & Sat

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    Cod & chips, + cheesecake too, both nights please

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    Sorry its taken me ages to decide but here goes..

    Friday night
    Beth - salmon fishcake starter, pan fried chicken main
    Chris - chefs soup starter, pork wellington main

    Saturday night
    Beth - same as friday
    Chris - pate starter, pork ribs main.

    Ploughing on regardless.......

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    Order Update

    Oops! - just noticed pricing on menu is for 2-course or 3-course so I've updated our orders to 2-courses so please use this post for counting purposes and ingnore our earlier post #10

    Friday
    2 x Salmon fishcakes, 1 x Cod & Chips, 1 x Chicken & Ham Pie

    Saturday
    1 x Pan Fried Chicken, 1 x Pork Wellington, 2 x Cheesecake

    Many Thanks................Grizzly

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    Friday
    Starter - Pate
    Main - Battered fish with GARDEN peas not mushy please. Rushy don't like Mushy.

    Saturday
    Starter - Fishcakes
    Main - Chicken Pie

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    Good grief nearly forgot to order Saturdays meal. Sorry

    2 x Pan fried chicken and 2 x Apple tart

    We will arrive on Friday night but probably to late for dinner so we will take our chances on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red kite View Post
    We will arrive on Friday night but probably to late for dinner so we will take our chances on the road.
    There's a Chinese takeaway and the co-op is open until 10

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