The logo of Battle for North Walsham - 1381 Revisited

Medieval Banquet

In the unique setting of
St Nicholas Church

7:30pm Saturday evening 23 July 2022

A rare opportunity to experience a medieval banquet, using recipes taken from King Richard II’s cook book ‘The Forme of Cury’, and will be eaten from bread plates called Trenchers.

A sumptuous selection of over 15 medieval dishes for you to try and enjoy, including ‘bags of mystery’, fish, meats, cheese, vegetables dishes, puddings, and ending with that new discovery - coffee!

A veritable feast which will delight and surprise you

The Feast will begin with a procession and presentation to the Top Table of the Boars Head with a period song ‘ The Boars Head carol’ and minstrels’ accompaniment.

Costume Entertainment all evening.

The Banquet has been created by local chef, Steven Norgate
First Remove
Bags of Mystery (Ale sausages)         Gluten free option available upon request
Parsnip Chips, Honey, Ginger, Vegan Cheese
Brie Tart        
Roast Broccoli and Carrot Salad Parsley bread    
Second Remove
Pease Pudding
Manmenye Royal (Lamb and Lentil Curry) or Vegetable and Lentil Curry
Blamange (Chicken, Rice and Almond Milk or Butter Bean, Cauliflower, Parsley and Almond Milk)    
Lozenges (Lasagne with no Tomatoes) or Vegetable Version        
Soppes D`Orre (Leeks and Onion baked in Saffron Stock)
Third Remove
St Johns Rice and Carob Sauce (Rice Pudding with Chocolate Sauce)    
Pears in Red Wine with Cream.        
Forth Remove
Fromage’s avec les Fruit de Bourgogne (Cheese and Chutney with Wafer Biscuits)            
Ginger Bread    
Fifth Remove
Hot Posset of Roasted Arabian Beans (Coffee), or Tea

Allergen key

    = Gluten and Cereals
    = Milk and Dairy Products
    = Sulphur Dioxide & Sulphates
    = Tree Nuts
    = Fish

£60 per person or £80 per person with wine or ale included.

Proceeds from the Feast will go towards the
Battle of North Walsham - 1381 Revisited becoming an annual attraction.