LONG TABLE DINING
Bakerie Long Table Dining is a great opportunity to get together with old friends and make some new ones. Set along our 40-foot communal dining table it's like turning up for a great dinner party without having to get involved with the washing up.
Each event will serve a fixed main course with a paired drink, ranging from wines direct from our suppliers to craft beers and the occasional spirit pairing. Bakerie Long Table Dining will deliver a unique mid week night out at an affordable price.
How It Works (32 tickets available)
Our 40 foot table is for everyone so please sit wherever there is room first come first served basis.
You may not know the people beside you, but you will become acquainted within 10 minutes.
Your table will be seated and served at 7.30pm sharp so please arrive in plenty of time, most people join us from 7.00pm for a pre dinner drink. You will be waited on by our floor staff and chef of the night. A fully stocked bar is also available and drinks menus will be provided for your perusal.
Please provide us with 48 hours notice for any cancellations.
* Want us all to yourself? We can offer BLTD for celebrations or team building events just ask.
**Due to our events being programmed in advance sometimes the wine originally offered may have to be changed due to lack of stock availability.
Be reassured that will offer either a similar grape variety or a suitably paired wine of equal or better quality.
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PREVIOUS EVENT - 11th May 2017 ..... Monk Fish au Vin with toasted croutons served with Le Sanglier Carrignan Red Wine - CHEF - David Cook
Sweet meaty monkfish poached in a red wine infused with garlic and herbs.
If you’d never eaten monkfish before and you asked somebody to describe its taste they’d probably say its a bit like chicken. A good description because it hits the nail on the head. If there’s one fish that has a meaty quality to it than i’d have to agree its monkfish. Its got a mild, sweet, and succulent flavour with a texture and colour very similar to that of a chicken fillet.
Its little wonder then that a lot of the flavours that work really well with chicken marry well with monkfish too.
“A chicken in every pot.” So said King Henri IV of France, in what would become a famous political promise of general welfare, from peasants on up. Out of Henri’s famous promise grew a dish, one of several that are recognized the world round as quintessentially French: coq-au-vin recipe. This is not to say that Henri had chicken stew braised in wine in mind when he made his proclamation, but this dish has come to be associated with the idea behind the quote.
Tonight we will be using the classic recipe with Monkfish instead of Chicken
and serving it with a large glass of Le Sanglier Carrignan