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This being the case, and particularly in view of the forthcoming round of 1st Holy Communion and Confirmation celebrations which loom in the very near future, I thought I'd give you a quick look at the special Communion Menu in the same Julian's Bistro. Considering the quality of the cuisine and the service as already shared, I thought that this might well be of interest if you just happen to live in my area.
Soup de Jour
Homemade Soup served with a Crispy Bread Roll
Deep Fried Crushed Potatoes with a Sweet Chilli Sauce & Crème Fraiche
Chicken & Bacon Salad
Traditional Roast Beef
Served with Yorkshire Pudding, Red Wine Gravy & Horseradish Sauce
Roast Turkey & Honey Glazed Ham
Served with Herb Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce & Red Wine Gravy
Deep Fried Breaded Fillet of Plaice
Served with Tartare Sauce & Side Salad
All the above dishes are served with Seasonal Vegetables & Potatoes
Selection of Ice Cream with Brandy Snap Basket
Apple Crumble with Anglaise Sauce
Cheesecake with Fruit Coulis
€25.00 per person/€14.50 per ½ child portion
As you can see the menu is fairly comprehensive, though simple and covers most of the traditional dishes that one might anticipate at a celebration of this nature. What's more is the fact that it presents remarkable value compared with many of the other popular venues in the locality.
Aside from it's relatively central location on Main Street, Day's Hotel boasts one other advantage, which makes it perfect for those little princesses intending to flaunt their Communion dresses around the town. Secure parking is provided free of charge at the nearby multi-storey cark parkfor all patrons of Day's Hotel upon validation of their parking ticket...