For a festive feast that is fit for a king, nothing surpasses a three-bird roast.
Extravagant multi-bird roasts were the height of fashion in Tudor times, taking centre stage in grand dining rooms as proof of the wealth of the household and the abundance of game thriving within the estate. Encased within a thick crust to prevent the meat drying out as it was cooked by the fire, these enormous pies contained a range of wild and farmed birds.
At Boisdale of Bishopsgate, you will find the unique atmosphere of a traditional British pub and restaurant, not forgetting the warm and friendly welcome that always goes with it!
The evening takes place on Tuesday, 2nd October at 7pm.
The menu includes:
Squab pigeon & beetroot terrine with pickled girolles & frisee
Roast breast of red leg partridge with butternut squash risotto, sage & cobnuts
Roast young grouse from the Scottish boarder with boudin blanc, spiced braised red cabbage, fondant potato & red currant gravy
Iced granny smith apple parfait with crumble & blackcurrant sorbet
So, what are you waiting for? Book today by clicking here.
Limited availability, booking in advance is highly recommended.
Price information: £55 for members and £75 for non-members.
An evening not to be missed!
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