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Royal Armouries & New Dock Hall, Leeds

Royal Armouries Museum Leeds, Armouries Drive, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1LT Show on Map Add to shortlist
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Bowl Food Menu
05/04/2017

2019 Conference or Exhibition Street Food Menu
Allergen information is available on request
Minimum Numbers x 50 Maximum numbers x300 guests – this menu is best suited to a rolling service but for a speedy service can be served as a buffet.
Please note only cold dishes are available for gallery functions


MAIN COURSE - Cold Dishes

Thai Marinated Salmon filled on a bed of spiced noodle salad

Chicken Caesar Salad with crispy bacon ciabatta croutons

Roasted Pepper & Rocket Salad with pea shoots and wild basil

Smoked Trout with potato salad and horseradish cream

Roasted Beetroot & Goats Cheese served on lentil salad

Carpiaccio of Beef with Vegetables

Stout Cured Smoked Salmon with black bean rice and quinoa salad

Sticky Barbequed Lamb with Moroccan cous-cous


MAIN COURSE - Hot Dishes

Roasted Pepper & Quorn Chilli with rice

Braised Beef Goulash with rice

Creamy Fish Pie with a puff pastry lid

Steak and Ale Stew with savoury dumplings and roasted new potato

Bangers and Mash mini sausages on creamy potato topped with red onion marmalade

Thai Green Chicken Curry served on fragrant jasmine rice

Asparagus, Broad Bean and Roasted Garlic Risotto with garlic chives

Spiced Lamb Tagine with orange and cinnamon cous-cous

DESSERTS
Tray served mini cake selection which includes

Mini Scones with cream and jam
Strawberry Tarts
Chocolate Éclairs
Mini Vanilla Slice
Cream Horns
Autumn Fruit Tarts
Mandarin Tarts

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Lunch Menu
05/04/2017

2019 Selector Menu
Allergen Information Available
Carrot and Ginger Soup (v)
Scented with freshly chopped coriander and served with warm bread rolls
Wenslydale and Leek Tart (v)
A light tart filled with sautéed leeks and Wenslydale cheese served with a chilli jam and a
smooth onion puree
Chicken Liver and Armagnac Pâté
Served with onion chutney and crusty artisan bread
~oOo~
Roast Supreme of Chicken
Served on a bed of creamy chive mash with honey roasted vegetables and a red wine sauce
Roast Fillet of Salmon
Served on a pea and potato pureé with steamed vegetables and a light Chardonnay sauce
Roast Loin of Pork
Served with roasted maple vegetables with a cider sauce and a bed of parsnip mash
Roasted Red Pepper Risotto (v)
A creamy risotto with roasted peppers, pea shoots, garlic flatbread and topped with
vegetarian Parmesan
~oOo~
Chocolate and Orange Torte
Served with chocolate sauce, chocolate decoration and vanilla cream
Lemon and Lime Torte
Served with raspberry ripple cream, seasonal fruits and coulis
Strawberry Cheesecake
Served with strawberry ripple cream, seasonal fruits and coulis

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BBQ Menu
05/04/2017

BBQ MENU
Pork and Leek Sausages
Lime & Pepper Seasoned Chicken
BBQ Seasoned Burgers
Corn on the Cob
Baked Potatoes
Mixed Leaf Salad
Coleslaw
Floured Baps
Relishes and Chutneys
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Duo of Chocolate Torte
Assorted Fruit Cheescakes served with Cream and Fruit Coulis
Vegetarian alternative
Mixed Vegetable Kebab
Quorn Sausages
Crispy Crumb Vegetable Burger

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Example Gallery Menu
05/04/2017

2019 Selector Menu
Allergen information on request
Please choose a set menu from the below options for your guests i.e. 1 x starter, 1 x main and 1 x dessert, plus a vegetarian alternative. All desserts are vegetarian

Spiced Parsnip Soup (v)
Warming parsnip soup lightly spiced and topped with a mature cheddar crouton and served with rustic bread

Smoked Scottish Salmon
Served on a potato and horseradish salad, with pickled vegetable and lemon verbena gell

Ham Hock, pea and Parsley Terrine
Served with an apple and cider chutney and pea pureé

Parmesan Arancinni (v)
Parmesan risotto balls coated in panko breadcrumbs served with a warm tomato and smoked garlic coulis

~oOo~

Chicken Ballotine
Breast of chicken stuffed with pork, wild mushrooms and sage, served with dauphinoise potatoes, root pureé, green beans and a marsala sauce

Sirloin of Beef
Bistro cut sirloin steak served with fondant potato carrot and butternut pureé and an aragnac and pink peppercorn sauce

Duo of Lamb
Slow braised rump of lamb and herb crusted rack of lamb served with dauphinoise potatoes, lightly spiced carrot and butternut pureé, seasonal greens and a cranberry jus

Salmon Gremolata
Supreme of salmon topped with a mixed herb and brioche crumb, served with steamed seasonal vegetables, crushed new potatoes and a light prosecco and lemon sauce

Slow Cooked Belly of Pork
Succulent belly of pork, slow cooked in cider served with colcannon mash, roasted apple shallot pureé and a cider sauce

Wild Mushroom and Tarragon Tart (v)
Served with a vegetable and bean cassoulette and garlic and thyme roasted anya potatoes

~oOo~

Strawberry and Champagne Torte
Served with crème Chantilly, seasonal fruits and strawberry glaze

Raspberry Charlotte
A light raspberry mousse wrapped in a sponge collar served with fruit coulis, seasonal fruits and crème Chantilly

Trio of chocolate Mousse
A trio of quenelles of chocolate mousse – white, dark and milk, set on an almond wafer and served with chocolate sauce

Spiced Plum Pudding
A lightly spiced sponge pudding topped with sticky plums and served with clotted cream and custard

Add on
Tea/coffee @ £1.90 Net per person

£32.50 Net per person

RAI Sustainability Policy

“Leave the World better than you found it, take no more than you need, try not to harm the environment... and make amends if you do.”
RAI are doing what we can to make sure the demands we place on the environment can be met without affecting the environment’s ability to provide for future generations and here is just one of the initiatives we have implemented.
By sourcing local foods from local farmers we are reducing the distance food has to be transported and therefore lowering our carbon footprint whilst increasing the quality and freshness of what we buy…and it helps with the local economy as Yorkshire suppliers are being given a fairer price for their produce... It also means that foods are usually grown organically and are at the prime of ripeness, fresh from the soil and packed with lots of goodness...We also purchase fair trade tea & coffee.

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