Win! A Soul Food night out at Glee Club Nottingham

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The Glee Club in Nottingham is launching a brand new Soul Food offer this week, and we’ve been given the chance for one lucky person and three of their friends to enjoy this super new offer.

Soul Food is known for its rich flavours and hearty fare, and the menu at Glee Club doesn’t disappoint. Fancy some tasty Jerk Chicken with Rice & Peas? Or perhaps inspired to enjoy the flavour of New Orleans or Louisana? The menu is full of big flavours, and you’re toughest decision will be which of the delicious meals you’ll be choosing.

For £9.95, you can enjoy a meal from the menu below, plus enjoy a line-up of four of the best live stand-up comics on the circuit, as part of Soul Food at Glee Club.

 

 Jerk Chicken with Rice & Peas

Hot and sticky chicken marinated in jerk herbs and spices, then roasted for extra flavour. Served with spiced rice and red beans.

Spicy Sausage & Shrimp Jambalaya

The perfect blend of European flavours with New Orleans attitude. Spicy sausage, ham and shrimp combined in a tomato and vegetable stock with thyme, oregano, cayenne pepper, parsley and lemon juice. Served with rice.

Louisiana Gumbo (v)

A fusion of West African and French cuisine from the Deep South. A delicious thick gumbo with Cajun spices, beans, tomatoes, peppers and vegetarian sausages. Served with rice.

Jarred Christmas Glee Club Nottingham - credit Stuart Hollis1Our prize is for four people, and includes a meal from the menu, live comedy, a bucket of beers and popcorn in the interval.

To enter, simply complete the form below and answer the question. Entries close 2pm Friday 7 June – so get in quick!

This competition is now closed. Find out more about the Glee Club in Nottingham.

Posted on 06 June 2013
Featured author: Erin

Australian now calling Nottingham home. Piano playing, cake making, bicycle riding lady who loves travel.

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