Beethoven Feast Dinner

Northern Rock Foundation Hall

Coming along to A Beethoven Feast? Complete your evening with this fine dining feast

Join us for an indulgent seven-course meal served during two extended dinner intervals in the stunning wood-panelled Northern Rock Foundation Hall, right in the heart of Sage Gateshead.

Amuse-bouche
Piccalilli-glazed mini frankfurter wrapped in a brioche navette

To Start
Lakeland Pork terrine with our chef’s own sauerkraut and a sourdough spelt crisp

Trio of Salmon
Whitley Neill Blood Orange Vodka-cured salmon, hot smoked salmon, smoked salmon and cream cheese roulade

Main Course
Beef Wellington: beef fillet with porcini mushroom pâté and puff pastry

Palate Cleanser
Lime and cucumber sorbet topped with Bombay Sapphire gin

Dessert
Black Forest Verrine: a thick layer of home-made dark chocolate sponge with indulgent cream and Griottines Morello cherries

Petits Fours
Artisan Petits Fours served with tea or coffee

Vegetarian alternatives available

Limited numbers so book early!

If you have any dietary requirements please email sarah.telford@sagegateshead.com or call 0191 443 4654.

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Our fine dining feast is now sold out – but don’t worry! Our cafe will be open as usual serving hot food until the end of the first interval. Or you might like to try our pop-up bar serving a selection of charcuterie, cheese and ploughman’s boards.

If you’re still hungry we will have sandwiches and snacks available from all of our bars throughout the evening – or bring your own picnic to enjoy on Performance Square. Enjoy!

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