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Edinburgh chef set to serve festive feast at King Robert the Bruce family home

Posted On: 8 Nov 2019   |   Posted By: Scotsman

Edinburgh chef set to serve festive feast at King Robert the Bruce family home

Barry Bryson from Cater Edinburgh is working with Broomhall House at Charlestown, near Dunfermline, to help put golden era decadence back into festive feasting at the family home of King Robert the Bruce.
Guests will also get the rare opportunity to enjoy a tour of the historic house from Lord Charles Bruce himself, who will share his unparalleled knowledge and stories about Broomhall.
What's on the menu?
Picture: Broomhall House
Diners can look forward to canapes and dishes including: mulled wine cured Scottish salmon on toasted brioche, lobster cocktail with beetroot crackers, hand-dived scallops, oysters, rillette of goose, Highland venison, dark chocolate delice with toasted gingerbread and Black Forest meringue with plum jellies.
The decadent feast will be served in the grand dining hall - where kings and queens have been entertained over the years - which will be decorated with a real Christmas tree and festive garlands. A crackling log fire and candlelight will complete the festive glow.
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