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Monday, March 10, 2014

Tonight @ The Cherry Tree - Triptych (Paul Edis piano, Paul Susans double bass and Rob Walker drums.)

GREAT QUALITY - BEST VALUE IN TOWN - From Monday March 10
- curried parsnip soup, onion bhaji (v)
- North sea haddock and clam chowder, toasted
 beer bread
- Cherry tree smoked duck breast and blood
orange salad, hazelnut puree
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Roast rump of lamb, purple sprouting broccoli,
gratin potatoes and a redcurrant jus
- Pan fried fillet of stone bass, saffron potato
purée, stewed peppers and bacon
- Wild mushroom and spring vegetable frittata,
cherry tomato and watercress salad (v)
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- Warm blueberry and frangipan tart, vanilla
chantilly
- Ginger and orange crème brulee, dark
chocolate shortbread
- Selection of British cheeses, chutney
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Lunch service - Monday to Saturday
2 courses £12.00 | 3 courses £14.80
Dinner service - Monday to Wednesday
2 courses £15.00 | 3 courses £18.50


This menu is served tonight - Monday
10th March - accompanied by the New Band
TRIPTYCH  Featuring Paul Edis piano, Paul Susans 
double bass and Rob Walker drums.
No cover charge. Book now 0191-2399924.

BOOKINGS: T: 0191 239 9924info@thecherrytreejesmond.co.uk
www.thecherrytreejesmond.co.uk

9 Osborne Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 2AE

Free street parking after 6.30pm only one
minute walk

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