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Enjoy the festive atmosphere in le mazot,the swiss interior style brasserie at whatley manor

PUBLISHED: 09:54 20 October 2011 | UPDATED: 20:10 20 February 2013

Enjoy the festive atmosphere in le mazot,the swiss interior style brasserie at whatley manor

Enjoy the festive atmosphere in le mazot,the swiss interior style brasserie at whatley manor

Enjoy the festive atmosphere in le mazot, the swiss interior style brasserie at whatley manor<br/><br/>Le Mazot festive À la carte menu served from 1st – 24th December<br/><br/>Call 01666 822 888 or email reservations@whatleymanor.com

Enjoy the festive atmosphere in le mazot,


the swiss interior style brasserie at whatley manor


Le Mazot festive la carte menu served from


1st 24th December


events@whatleymanor.com


Starters


Brussel sprout and bacon soup


Served with toasted almonds


Winter game terrine


Served with poached quince


and mixed leaves bound with


hazelnut dressing


Locally smoked salmon


Dressed with caper berries,


boiled egg and parsley


Deep fried goats cheese


With pears poached in mulled wine


and mixed leaves bound with


walnut dressing


Traditional Swiss style cheese fondue


Served as a starter or a main course


with air dried beef, hot new potatoes


and crusty bread


Mains


Braised beef blade


Served with celeriac and potato


pure and red wine jus infused


with thyme


Venison and mushroom pie


Served with brussel sprouts and


toasted almonds


Fillet of salmon


Pan fried and served with


champagne sauce


Fillet of sea bream


Poached, dressed with a Thai broth


and steamed mussels


Moules Marinire


Served as a starter or main course


with French fries


Truffle and parsnip risotto


Topped with sage foam


Desserts


Christmas pudding


Accompanied with clotted cream


and brandy butter


Warm pear and pecan nut tart


Served with maple syrup ice cream


Ginger crme brle


Pain dspice ice cream and


ginger biscuits


Puff pastry tart filled with mince meat


Baked and topped with vanilla


ice cream


Bche de Nol


Filled with candied chestnuts


Cheese plate


A selection of various cheeses with


grapes and biscuits


Festive la carte menu


38 includes the three-course festive


menu and coffee. The light lunch


menu will not be served from the


1st December and will be available


from the 3rd January 2012.


Call 01666 822 888 or email reservations@whatleymanor.com


Christmas parties


38 per person includes the


three-course festive menu and coffee.


Crackers are available on request.


Call Events on 01666 834 026 or


email events@whatleymanor.com


Christmas party room rates


Special event room rate applies when booking three rooms or more in conjunction with a Christmas party taking place


Sunday to Thursday. Rooms from 240 and Suites from 440 including full English breakfast, use of the spa Aquarias, vat and 10% discretionary service charge. Special Event Room Rate does not apply Christmas and New Years Eve.


Call Events on 01666 834 026 or email events@whatleymanor.com


www.whatleymanor.com


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