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Sample Dinner Menu

Sample Dinner Menu

2nd – 17th December 2015

Soup of the day

Grilled Haloumi with roasted vegetable couscous, pine nuts, caramelised balsamic dressing 

Marinated chicken salad, with cucumber, spring onions & coriander

Seared supreme of salmon, potato galette, mustard & dill dressing

Canapés followed by

Chestnut mushrooms with shallots, garlic & basil cream, toasted brioche


Honey & hoisin warm duck salad

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Chargrilled fillet of Sea bass, crushed new potatoes, grilled vegetables, basil beurre blanc 

Pan fried fillet and slow braised beef steak, creamed potatoes, glazed vegetables, red wine jus 

Sautéed breast & leg of chicken with bacon lardons, parmentier potatoes, spinach, chantenay carrots, white wine & tarragon sauce 

Pan fried escalopes of Dingley dell pork fillet with, green beans, carrots, Lyonnaise potatoes, sherry & mushroom cream sauce             

Braised rump & roasted rack of English lamb, garlic creamed potatoes, roasted turnips, minted peas and carrots, Madeira & rosemary braising jus


Pot roasted breast & thigh of Guinea fowl, fondant potato, Brussels sprouts, chestnuts, carrots, jus roti

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Blackberry & almond tart, compote, vanilla bean ice cream

Belgian chocolate cheesecake, chocolate ice cream

Trio of desserts
Mango & passion fruit meringue / Raspberry Bavarois / crème brulee

Pre dessert
Clementine Sorbet

Trio of desserts -
Christmas pudding parfait, brandy cream & hazelnuts
Baileys chocolate cheesecake       
Blackcurrant Bavarois 
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Coffee & petit fours

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English and Maths Revision @ The Hub

Lowestoft College Nov 2016 (206)

From March 13th to the end of the academic year, we are running revision sessions – this includes English and Maths for GCSEs and Functional Skills. The aim will be to provide help on some of the areas of these subjects you are finding difficult, to practise exam papers under the guidance of specialist tutors and to give practical advice about revising in these subjects.

As a college, we are advising students to plan at least 2 hours of revision per week; attendance at these sessions can be a perfect way of keeping you on track to reach this goal.

Click the link below to see when these sessions will be taking place.

Good luck in your exams!

Maths and English Revision Workshops