Recently this past weekend took my brother in law and his wife (their anniversary) and my husband and I.
About the dinner: Had a lovely evening of food starting with the appetizers. The parsnip pear soup was a hit on my palate and the salad was very much enjoyed. The main meal...needs a little more attention. Those that had the steak enjoyed it very much but found it small in portion...normally guys tend to order this and I know for a fact that food is a big issue in terms of a little more for the appetite. We had also the chicken and salmon course that we found very tasty and yummy....however I must point out that you need a new side vegetable to serve: cauliflower, broccoli, carrots anything like that to steam but....rapini. I happen to love this very bitter vegetable but many are not and you never just steam it and serve it to people...they won't eat it. I saw so many plates with this very nutricious vegetable go to waste. If you must have this on your menu, then a small suggestion: steamed and then lightly stir fry with already fried garlic in small quantity...then serve on plate with a squeese of lemon juice, salt n pepper....you will have a few new converts on this particular vegetable.
The show was great...loved how they interacted with audience and for those with special occasions, they were singled out and were able to be part of the play/show...it realy put a spin on murder mystery and we were able to see who the culprit was...some prizes were given as well...great job everyone! We had so many laughs!
Can't forget about dessert...my favourite was the chef's special...tiamasu cheese cake with a lady finger...delightful! My whole family enjoyed the experience and we are looking forward to bringing more family members to experience "a murder" oooooh ahhhhhh.
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