TASTES OF THE WORLD DISHED UP AT COLLEGE RESTAURANT

Diners can get a flavour of the food of different countries at a series of themed evenings organised by catering students at City of Wolverhampton College.

Students studying for diplomas in professional cookery and food and beverage service will be dishing up traditional three course meals in the college’s Academy training restaurant, at the Metro One campus in the city centre, on Thursday evenings.

Themes include Welsh fayre, in honour of St David, on 3 March and and Irish dishes for St Patrick’s Day on 17 March.  These will be followed by a South American evening on 5 May, Scandinavian supper on 12 May, North African meal on 19 May, and a traditional English menu on 26 May.

Heath Arnfield, curriculum manager for catering and hospitality at the college, said: “The themed evenings are organised by students as part of their course and require those studying for food and beverage service qualifications to work closely with professional cookery students to develop the menus and ensure that our customers have a range of traditional dishes to choose from.”

The three course meal costs £12 per head and tables are available from 6.15pm with last orders at 7pm.  For reservations call 01902 821431.

For details of hospitality and catering course offered by the college visit www.wolvcoll.ac.uk/subject/hospitality-catering/

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