The Processional Supper

Sunday evening saw the second Arundel Food Festival Processional Supper, and the second time this event has been completely booked out. It’s a simple idea – three courses, enjoyed in three different eateries, each served with a glass of wine and each with its own distinctive style and vegetarian options available at each. This year, the participating restaurants were Osteria and La Campagnia on High Street and Gaskyns on Queens Street (with Arundel House, a participant from last year’s procession, sadly missed). At the start of the event, Food Festival co-ordinator Mike Imms gave a (very!) short welcome in praise of the restaurateurs and chefs who’d agreed to collaborate, rather than compete, to allow this type of cross-town event to take place – and then it was on to the food…

Images from the Processional Supper

Osteria: A glass of Nutbourne Vinyard ‘Nutty” sparkling wine; Mixed Cicchetti made from local ingredients
La Campagnia: Pork Escalope, topped with parma ham then breadcrumbed. Served with garlic & rosemary crushed new potatoes, local greens and apple chutney
Gaskyns: Individual Reaspberry Pavlova, made with the last local raspberries of the year, local organic eggs and cream from South View Dairy, Bury
To Finish: Coffee and Food Festival truffle from Castle Chocolates

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