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Jamaica Gleaner - - FOOD -

Mar­sha Bur­rell-Rose for $100,000 for hur­ri­caner­av­aged Haiti.

Slated for Novem­ber 11-19, the 12th stag­ing of Restau­rant Week is big­ger and bet­ter. With more than 21 new restau­rants, Restau­rant Week has now moved to Manch­ester and St El­iz­a­beth and has a brand new cat­e­gory – cater­ers. Nine of the is­lands most prom­i­nent play­ers in the culi­nary land­scape has de­signed a 30 per cent dis­counted menu to re­flect their style. That gives you the op­por­tu­nity to dine in the com­fort of your home or of­fice and have all the fin­ger-lick­ing good­ness de­liv­ered to you, hence this year’s theme – Eat In, Dine Out.

The for­mal­i­ties whet­ted the ap­petite of the guests, and if the sam­plings were any­thing to go by, food­ies are in for a treat this year. The aroma of the tan­ta­lis­ing treats from Great House Cater­ers, Chung’s Cater­ing Ser­vices, Water­falls, Can­non­ball Cafe and Took­sie Kay Cater­ing filled the room and kept the serv­ing lines long with re­peat vis­its for sec­ond and third serv­ings.

Se­lect Brands and Pepsi was kept busy be­hind a wel-stocked bar and the sig­na­ture drink, Ab­so­lut Seabreeze, was the per­fect com­ple­ment to the con­ver­sa­tions that re­volved around, what else?

The Gleaner’s Nor­dia Craig en­ter­tains Can­non­ball’s Ian and Laura Chan­d­ley.

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