We would like to invite anyone attending Current Archaeology Live 2013 to join us at a special Editor-in-Chief’s dinner after the conference on Friday 1st March. The meal will take place directly after the evening reception, at the Goodge Street branch of Spaghetti House at 8:30pm, and will be attended by our founder and Editor-in-Chief Andrew Selkirk, and co-founder, Wendy Selkirk.
There will be an option to choose from a 3-course à la carte menu (dishes priced individually), or a 3-course set menu priced at £19.95 (see both menus below). Please note this is an optional extra not included in your conference ticket, and meals will be charged for separately by the restaurant. Space is limited, so if you would like to attend, please email email@example.com to book your place.
We look forward to seeing you there!
15 Goodge Street,
The restaurant is just south of Goodge Street tube station, on the corner of Goodge Street and Whitfield Street, opposite Tesco.
3 COURSE SET MENU AT £ 19.95 (payable to Speghetti House on the night)
Inclusive of coffee and VAT – excludes 10% optional gratuity
Bruschetta with chicken liver and sage
Roma tomato, baby artichoke and dolcelatte salad
Chicken with cream and mushrooms
Tortelloni filled with Ricotta and Spinach, tossed in butter and sage
Chocolate espresso pot
Apple strudel with toffee ice cream
3 COURSE À LA CARTE (payable to Speghetti House on the night)
Price includes VAT – Excludes 10% optional gratuity
Bruschetta al Pomodoro £4.95
Arancini filled with mushroom & gorgonzola with arrabiata sauce £4.95
Minestrone with salsa Verde £4.25
Calamari with aioli sauce and lemon £6.95
Chicken with cream and mushrooms £12.95
Linguine with king prawns £12.95
Tortelloni Ricotta and Spinach tossed in butter and sage £9.95
Salmon, with tenderstem broccoli, garlic, chilli, lemon and extra virgin olive oil £12.95
Iced Zabaglione with berries £5.50
Chocolate espresso pot £4.95
Apple strudel with toffee ice cream £4.95
Coffee from £ 2.50
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