Antigua and Barbuda: The country is ready to host another seafood Friday on November 10, 2023 at Copper & Lumber lawn, in the Nelson’s Dockyard.
Like each Friday, the day is named as Sea Food Friday, this week as well the countdown has started. Also, people are so excited for the day.
The bookings for the table at the venue have started.
Freshly prepared mouth-watering seafood will be served at the place. This will give immense pleasure to the taste buds.
The menu for the day has also been introduced which is as follows:
Starters will include Appetizer combo at the price $40.
- This will include Conch Fritters, Saltfish, Accra, Coconut Shrimp. This will be served with mixed green salad, Mango and Balsamic Vinaigrette.
Main Course will include different items at various prices
- Sea Food Pasta in Parmesan cream sauce at $65
- Sea Food Combo in Ginger-Garlic sauce at $65
- Fried Fish with Creole Sauce at $55
- Grilled Mahi Mahi with Fresh Tomato and Basil Sauce at $60
- Grilled Striploin with red wine reduction at $75
- Grilled Lobster with Garlic Butter at $90
- Surf and Turf (Lobster & Steak) with Garlic Butter and Red wine reduction at $120
Sides also include some variety
- Mixed Green Salad with Mango or Balsamic Vinaigrette
- Coconut Lentil Peas Rice
- Scalloped Potato
- Corn Pie
- Sesame Zucchini and apple and Spinach Rockefeller
Desserts will include the variety costed at $15
- Strawberry Cheesecake and Ice Cream
- Fried Banana is Cinnamon sugar and Ice Cream
- Pecan Pie with Ice Cream
Last Friday on November 3, 2023, the seafood Friday was celebrated to dive in the deliciousness of the sea food.
The same kind of celebration on Friday this week is going to make it the chain of such events which are designed in order to preserve the culture.
The event is more like a feast for the local people of the country. This even shapes and gives a symbol of recognition to the food culture of the region.
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