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Delilah Christmas Event

Delilah Fine Foods, Victoria Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2EX
Delilah Christmas Event

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Thursday 3rd December 2015

Delilah invites you to join us for our traditional Christmas Soiree:

Take the chance to try the very best of our new and favourite Christmas foodie finds, including tastings by a whole mezz-ful of our favourite producers, from pate to puddings, beer to bread and, chocolate to cheese.
 
Be inspired with ideas for your Christmas table, or perfect presents for the food and wine lovers in your life.
We will present the pick of our seasonal wines with a wide range of Fizz, Whites, Reds, and some stunning Sweeties to try, hand selected for the festivities, while Delilah's kitchen presents you with an innovative Christmas menu, all served canape style.
The knowledgable Delilah team will be on hand to answer questions, advise, take orders and generally entertain you with their wit and repartee! 

Bring some friends and make and evening of it.
Date – Thursday 3rd December 2015
Time – 7pm till 10pm
Price - £25 per person

Book online to secure your place.
https://www.delilahfinefoods.co.uk/shop/delilah-christmas-event-2015

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