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Working on new menus for customers. Just no feline for dinner.
All breakfasts to include:
Selection of fresh baked pastries or muffins
Fresh fruit platter
Youghurt and Honey
Fresh squeezed juice
Plus 1 hot selection each day
All Dinners to include fresh breads upon request
Day 1
Scrambled Eggs To Order With Choice Of Additions To Include Chorizo, Ham, Scallions, Mushrooms And Peppers
Yellowtail With Capers, Butter, Herb De Provence, Dijon, Cream Sauce
Greek Chicken Souvlaki With Tzatziki And Pita Bread
Tomato, Cucumber And Onion Salad With Feta Cheese
Happy Hour
Mini Frittatas
Goat Cheese On Crisped Flatbread With Fresh Fig Slices And Mint
Assorted Olives And Cheese With Breadsticks
Tomato Caprese Poppers
Seafood Risotto
Chicken Saltimbocca With Orzo, And Pesto Roasted Vegetables
Mixed Greens Salad With Goat Cheese And Crispy Lardon And Poached Egg
Fresh Fruit Mini Tarletts
Day 2
Fluffy Omelettes Cooked To Order With Your Choice Of Fillings To Include:
Ham, Chorizo, Cheese, Tomato, Mushrooms, Peppers
Grilled Burgers (beef And Turkey) With Oven Fries And Citrus Slaw
Crab And Seafood Cakes With Asian Slaw And Fresh Fruit
Grilled Veggies With Fresh Herb Vinaigrette
Happy Hour
Traditional And Red Pepper Hummus With Fresh Veggies And Crisped Pita
Mini Seafood Arancini (rice Balls) With Sundried Tomato Tartare
Assorted Olives And Cheese With Breadsticks
Beef Carpaccio With Parmigiano Crisps And Funghi Vinaigrette
Foie Gras Crostini With Apple/Pear And Zucchini Crudo Salad
Basil And Shrimp Stuffed Chicken Roulade With Roast Potato And Vegetable
Chocolate And Coffee Pavolva

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