We have a very special Themed Night in April:
Ukrainian Night. All proceeds will go evenly to two causes helping refugees (details below).
Sue has devised the menu below. We hope for some great support for this event, so please book early.
Banush – creamy cornmeal topped with crispy bacon lardons and a dollop of cream cheese (ask for VG option replacing bacon with onion)
Borscht – Beetroot soup with sourdough bread
Potato pancake topped with cream cheese and smoked salmon
Pork shoulder braised in mushroom carrot and sour cream sauce and served with mashed potatoes and green beans (£2 supplement)
Chicken Kiev – breadcrumbed chicken breast filled with garlic bitter and served with new potatoes and green beans (£2 supplement)
Stuffed cabbage rolls (Soya mince, rice and vegetables) with tomato sauce, new potatoes and peas (Ve)
Mushroom Kiev – portobello mushroom topped with hazelnut rive balls and non-dairy garlic bechamel sauce (Ve)
Smoked mackerel, egg and cucumber salad with a zesty lemon dressing
Sweet crustless cheesecake with fruit. Honey cake with cream,
Apple piroshki – baked yeast turnovers with apple and cinnamon filling
BYO if you wish – £5 corkage.
Our nominated causes:
Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline, a charity that for 30 years has helped victims of the nuclear explosion in 1986 and has now put its resources to the wider situation in Ukraine
Our son Paul’s English classes for refugee children in Torun, Poland. Paul lives there and is volunteering at a local secondary school teaching English to Ukrainian refugee children as part of catching up on their education. He badly needs books and other teaching materials.