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BPNS Dinner following Autumn Meeting and AGM
Start Date
End Date
Friday 24 Sep 2021 18:30 PM
Friday 24 Sep 2021 20:30 PM
Location
Brunswick House, 30 Wandsworth Road, Vauxhall, London SW8 2LG
Details

The BPNS Dinner on 24th of September 2021 will be held after the conference at Brunswick House restaurant in Vauxhall. This is a short 10-15 minute walk from the meeting venue (Oval Cricket Ground) and a few minutes walk from Vauxhall station. 

Dinner starts at 1830. We will have the bar area for drinks from 1800. 

 

Dinner will be £55, including starters, sides and desserts. Drinks will be extra. 


The restaurant has a fixed menu with a chicken main. A vegetarian menu can be provided on request. If you require this please ensure you complete the special requirements section below. 

 

 

Menu

Shared snacks (all served)

  • Sourdough, butter
  • Olives, Fennel & Orange
  • Spiced Almonds, Peanuts and Cashews
  • Chicory, Whipped Cod's Roe
  • Coppa, Jesus Sausage, Cornichons

 

Shared starter (all served)

  • La Latteria Burrata, Sour Cherries, Marcona Almonds
  • Datterini Tomato, Leafy Celery, Sunflower Miso, Summer Herbs
  • Jersey Royals, Pickled Girolles, Cured Egg Yok and Brown Shrimp
  • Raw Dexter Beef, Smoked Bone Marrow and Crispy Shallot

Shared Main

  • Roast Chicken, Wild Mushrooms & Sherry Sauce
  • vegetarian option available

Shared Dessert

  • Cru Virunga Chocolate Pot

Further information on the Restaurant website (www.brunswickhouse.london)

Please contact nervemuscle@stgeorges.nhs.uk with "BPNS dinner" in the subject line if there are specific queries.


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