Les Marguerites has pleasure in announcing some of its forthcoming events for the months through to March 2020. Some Of these events will have more details added over the next week. New Years Eve Party and Burns Night details below.
The release of Downton Abbey has been delayed and so we have arranged to screen the film in January on Wednesday the 22nd. We have decided to show the Oscar winning film The Green Mile on the December 4th.
More details of each of the following events can be found below the table.
|Events 2019||Date and Time||Cost|
|Meal and Film - Fisherman's Friends - Feel Good Movie (fully booked)||Saturday 23rd November - 7pm||25€|
|Curry evening - (Last one of the year - before regular curry house commences in February 2020)||Saturday 30th November - 7pm||25€|
|Meal and Film Night - The Green Book (2019 Oscar winning film)||Wednesday 4th December - 7pm||25€|
|Christmas Quiz Night||Friday 13th December - 7pm||25€|
|New Years Eve Party - (places limited to first 34)||Tuesday 31st December - 8pm||80€|
|Meal and Film Night - Downton Abbey||Wednesday 22nd January||27.50€|
|Burns night (places limited to first 34)||Saturday 25th January 7 pm||45€|
|Curry Night - the first one of the 2020||Saturday 1st February|
|Curry Night||Saturday 8th February|
|Meal and Film Night||Wednesday 26th February|
|Meal and Film Night||Wednesday 25th March|
All bookings will need to be made and paid for in advance as spaces will be limited.
*Note - All Saturday evenings unless stated.
Fishermans Friends (25€ includes two course meal and wine)
This heart warming film is based on a true story of Cornish shanty men who made it into the music charts. Set in Port Isaac and the surrounding Cornish countryside featuring James Purefy - a lovely film to watch. https://thefishermansfriends.com/
Main course - Fisherman's Pie with seasonal vegetables
Dessert - Chilled lemon souffle with Cornish Fairing
Christmas Quiz (25€ includes two course meal, wine and prizes)
Unlucky for some Friday the 13th will see the launch of our new Quiz season. What better way to start the festive celebrations than a friendly get together (although sometimes the competition is fierce - in a fun way) . We hope to welcome back all our regulars and hopefully some new participants for this meal and quiz night. We will then be running regular quiz nights, one a month, from February through to April 2020. We try to put teams of 4 people together.
Main course - Bangers and Mash (veggie sausages for those that would prefer) and onion gravy
Dessert - Lemon meringue pie and fresh cream
New Years Eve Celebrations (80€ pp - 5 course meal with selected wines, fireworks and dancing into the early hours)
A limited number of double rooms will be available at 50€ each, include breakfast at 10.30am. Request your favourite tracks in advance and Andy our DJ will make sure that they get played. (A minimum of 36 people will be required to enable the event to take place)
Selection of canapés with
Aperitif choice (2 glasses): Blanquette, Marguerites’s Sloe Royale, Buck’s Fizz
Amuse Bouche - Homemade potato blini topped with a salmon mousse and ‘caviar’ with
Served with a glass of Gewürztraminer
A warming bowl of “Cock a leekie” soup
Roast leg of lamb stuffed with a local garden herb stuffing – rich roast gravy, Dauphinois potatoes and Melange of seasonal vegetables with
Selected red or white wines (2 glasses)
Selection of local cheeses with
A glass of warming Port
A trio of home made desserts
(Belgian chocolate Marquise, mini fruit Pavlova, mini tarte au citron) with
A glass of local dessert wine
Coffee with petit fours
Burns Night (45€ includes three course meal, bagpipes, wine, Scottish music and fireworks)
Following the success of this event in 2018 we will be having another celebration. It will include the traditional Haggis and ceremony, bagpipes and a clearing of the floor for traditional Scottish music. A small fireworks display will be held during the evening. Places will be limited and payment will be in advance. A minimum of 30 people will be required to enable the event to take place.
Traditional Scottish Cock-a-leekie Soup
(A Scottish broth of fresh poached chicken pieces and leeks based on the original 17th century recipe)
Genuine Scottish Haggis with “Neeps and Tatties”
(Rich, spicy Haggis, flown in from Scotland, and served ‘piping hot’ with buttered mashed swede, creamed potatoes, a rich Whiskey sauce
A shortbread “stack”
A small stack of home- made petticoat tail shortbread biscuits with fresh fruits and a Whisky cream