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Dads Are Special At Chateau 1771

This coming Father's Day, treat your Dad to a sumptuous meal at Chateau 1771 and he can dine in for free during his next visit. He can enjoy the Business Lunch choices. Visit Chateau 1771 at Greenbelt 5 or call 729-9760 to 61 for more details.




            The Chateau 1771 Business Lunch starts with either a Ploughman’s Salad, an English Salad of mixed greens in Italian vinaigrette, cold cuts, pickles, carrot and celery sticks with blue cheese crumble or Seafood Quenelle Soup, a clear seafood broth with tender and flavorful white fish dumplings.

            There are four choices for the main course - U.S. Wagyu Beef Cheeks, slow braised with carrots and onions in sherry vinegar and red wine, served with smooth potato puree; Pan Seared Alaskan Cod Fillet with ginger soy glaze, pineapple rice, bell pepper and red onion slaw; Grilled King Prawns rubbed with paprika and Dijon mustard with boiled broccoli and creamed quinoa; and Chicken Supreme, chicken breast with wing, stuffed and drizzled with herb butter and served with fried golden brown smashed potato.

            Sweet endings could be Amaretto Meringue or Banana and Strawberry FlambĂ©.


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