Safari Supper, Pop up restaurant, special menus and food stalls29 September – 1 October
The town’s annual Shuck Festival, runs from 29 September to 1 October, with special menus, market stalls, pop up restaurant at the Tide Mill and a Safari supper, which will be a highlight on the last evening.
Up to 90 guests joining the Safari Supper on Sunday, 1 October will tuck into each of the three courses at a different local restaurant; The Galley The Crown and The Table. The evening begins at 7pm with canapés and a glass of fizz at The Crown; guests will then be split into three groups of around 30 rotating between the three restaurants. Priced at £40 per person, tickets can only be purchased from The Crown to include the canapés and fizz on arrival and three-course dinner.
To book places for the Safari Supper or a table to dine call The Crown at Woodbridge on 01394 384242, details can also be found on www.thecrownatwoodbridge.co.uk. Or for information about the Shuck Festival visit www.woodbridgeshuck.co.uk.
What is the Safari Supper?Safari Supper is basically meeting up for a drink in 1 place having a starter in another, a main somewhere else and dessert in another restaurant.
What are we offering and how does it work?Sunday the 1st October
Up to 90 people with tickets will meet at The Crown for welcome drinks at 7pm
They will be split into 3 groups of up to 30 people
30 will Stay and have a starter at The Crown30 will go to The Table for their starter &30 will go to The GalleyAfter each course the groups move round until they have had a course in each restaurant
All tickets are purchased from us here at The Crown. Tickets are £40 per person. Dietary requirements and food allergies will need to be disclosed at this point to ensure we cater for each person correctly on the day.
7pm prompt arrival at The Crown
7.15pm Groups set off in order of distance to be travelled.
7.30pm arrival at venues and starters to be served
8.05pm arrival at next venue mains to be served
8.45pm Set off to next venues
9pm arrival at next venue for dessert to be served followed by coffee
Wine has been a way of life in Barossa since 1842. Fast forward to today, and Barossa is home to more than 550 grape growing families, many with the sixth generation still working the same plot of land, supplying quality grapes to more than 170 wine companies.
The best Barossan wines sit comfortably alongside the great wines of the world. Barossa Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling have led the way as regional heroes, with Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Semillon and Fortifieds wines all contributing to Barossa's standing as one of the world's great wine regions.
The Galley is one of our favourite venues, offering great food. Uğur Vata, cleverly incorporates both local ingredients, with those from his native Turkey.
This format really adds another dimension to wine appreciation and enjoyment. Two wines are tasted with each course — starter / main-course / cheese / dessert, giving you the opportunity to compare & contrast.”
Tutor — Neil Courtier Grape SenseBook Now
£ 45.00 pp — fully-inclusive of tuition, a minimum of seven wines for tasting and a four course dinner