Memsaheb on Thames
Seafood Festival on the Terrace
Tuesday 4th August ? Saturday 12th September 2009
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Memsaheb on Thames, the popular and well-established Indian restaurant in the Docklands is pleased to announce the dates for its prestigious Seafood Festival on the Terrace this year.
Following on from last year?s successful Seafood Festival, Memsaheb on Thames aims to bring the best of Indian-style seafood to its clientele. Utilising Memsaheb?s terrace with a theatre kitchen next to the Thames and fresh fish from the nearby Billingsgate Market, the festival is sure to prove even more captivating than before.
With a wide variety of seafood ? whole or filleted ? and ranging from sea bass, sea bream, black cod, halibut, lemon sole, red snapper and pomfret to lobster, crab, prawns and tiger prawns, customers will be given a choice to have their preferred fish grilled, fried or steamed in full view. A choice of sauces will also be available to accompany the seafood, including garlic and butter sauce, medium spiced, or very spicy. The plated dish will be served with roasted seasonal vegetables and a choice of rice or bread. All our seafood dishes will be paired with well-chosen wines.
?Our food festivals always prove very popular, but our seafood festival was so busy last year that we had to allocate extra tables in the dining area. This year we are running the festival for even longer so clientele can enjoy our delicious and mouthwatering dishes at leisure,? says Memsaheb?s co-owner Mridul Kanti Das.?