Toasted Garlic Ciabatta with Parsley and Cornish Sea Salt
Homemade Soup of the Day with Our Own Kitchen Baked Breads
Crab and Prawn Coquettes with Spicy Dipping Sauce
Smoked Bacon, Chicken and Chorizo Terrine with Tomato Chutney
Falafel with a Minted Yoghurt Dip
Confit of Duck Spring Rolls with a Spiced Plum Sauce
Fishermans Pie: The Best of the Days Catch in a Creamy Sauce Topped with Mashed Potatoes
The Ultimate Devon Beef, Mushroom and Claret Pie with Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables
Cornish Tribute Beer Battered Fish and Hand Cut Chips, Peas and Tartare Sauce
‘Wembury’ Pork Cutlet with Onion Gravy and Garlic Mash
North Indian Vegetable and Chick Pea Curry with Fragrant Pilau Rice and Poppadum
Locally Reared Sirloin Steak with ‘Devon’s Best’ Hand Cut Chips and Grilled Tomatoes
Served with either a Brandy Peppercorn Sauce or Herb Butter
Freshly Baked Ciabatta Rolls
Bacon, Melting Cornish Brie and Red Onion Marmalade
Tomato, Mozzarella and Pesto
Roasted Sirloin of Beef with Horseradish
Freshly Baked Kitchen Breads
Bucket of ‘Devon’s Best’ Hand Cut Chips
Tribute Beer Battered Onion Rings
Local Seasonal Vegetable
Freshly Prepared Salads
Homemade Cheesecake of the Day
Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce and Toffee Ice Cream
‘Tart of the Day’ served with Devonshire Clotted Cream
Steamed Syrup and Stem Ginger Sponge with Custard
Relax with Coffee and Petit Fours
Come and join us for Sunday Lunch, served the way it should be!
Head Chef: Robbie Patterson-Hill Restaurant Manager: Richard Dunn
Brasserie Menu Langdon Court Hotel
Welcome to Langdon Court Restaurant and Brassiere, where food is our passion…
My dedicated team and I endeavour to use only the best of local growers and suppliers. Free range eggs collected from local farms, “Rex Down” supplies the best day boat caught fish landed at Plymouth and Looe markets. For our meat we work closely with “Warrens” of Launceston. Their native breeds are fast becoming the favourite choice of “Michelin” stared restaurants as far afield as London’s West End.
Fresh produce grown and harvested by our gardener “Graham Tichmarsh” [Alan’s cousin] compliments what comes from local growers “Nearly Naked Veg” while “Hawkridge Farm” supply the finest British and Continental cheeses.
Menus and dishes reflect the seasons and are inspired by thirty years’ experience of working and travelling across the Mediterranean and South East Asia.
Homemade Artisan Breads, Terrines, Cured Gravadlax and Dessert are all made in house, to ensure that both quality and consistency are maintained to the highest levels. Thus ensuring your dining experience is both enjoyable and memorable.
Robbie Patterson-Hill, Head Chef
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EXCLUSIVE WINTER WEDDING PACKAGE
Sensational All Inclusive Winter Wedding Package for
November and December 2013, January, February and November 2014
£5999.00 (based on 50 guests)
The package includes:
Exclusive Use of the Hotel and Gardens
Complimentary Bridal Suite with a Full West Country Breakfast
10 of our Luxurious Bedrooms with a Full West Country Breakfast
4 Additional bedrooms available at a reduced rate of £149.00
1 single bedroom at £99
Drinks after the Church or Civil Ceremony for 50 guests
Canapés with your Drinks for 50 guests
3 Course Wedding Meal for 50 guests
Based on a Chicken Main Course
Coffee and Homemade Fudge for 50 guests
Half a Bottle of Wine per person for 50 guests
Glass of Prosecco for the Toast for 50 guests
Evening Food for 50 guests
Additional guests charged at £75.00 per person.
Winter is the perfect season for a real fairytale wedding. With colder days and darker nights creating an intimate atmosphere the warmth of roaring log fires and twinkling candles will entice your guests at Langdon Court in Devon near Plymouth.
Even though you can’t guarantee snow on your big day, you can create a wonderful snowy feel by using lots of sparkly decorations like glittering snowflakes, silver or gold branches, snow globes or an ice sculpture to wow your guests
Winter is the time of year when you can really go to town on your wedding attire by incorporating dramatic capes, cloaks, cowls, gloves and muffs in rich fabrics like satin, velvet or faux fur. An icy diamond or shimmering pearl tiara will add drama and glamour to a wintry theme and opulent gold, silver, ruby red, holly green, royal blue or classic black and white create a stunning seasonal look.
Choosing the winter to tie the knot can be one of the biggest decision you make for your winter wedding planning. There is a growing trend of brides choosing autumn or winter weddings instead of summer weddings. Winter weddings can be very beautiful and intimate, and certainly will stand out from the many summer weddings that are held each year.
When thinking about whether or not to have a winter wedding, here are some of the many advantages to consider:
You can save a lot of money. By holding it in the winter you can save up to half the cost of a traditional summer wedding and get more for your money since winter is considered as “off wedding season”.
More of your loved ones may be able to attend. By holding your wedding in the winter it’s more likely that family and friends will have fewer social commitments and thus will be free to attend your wedding.
Winter weddings are different. Do you want your wedding to stand out and be memorable, a winter wedding can be a great way to do something new and different for your wedding.
The perfect end to a winter wedding is jetting off for a sun soaked honeymoon!!!