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curtis22


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Message Posted:
15/10/2010 11:32

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CHRISTMAS DAY MENU



Welcome Drink on Arrival

* * * * * *

Selection of Hot and Cold Meze

Soup

* * * * * *

Roast Turkey with all the Trimmings

Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding

Roast Lamb

Roast Potatoes, Boiled Potatoes

Selection of Vegetables

* * * * * *

Christmas Pudding with Cream or Brandy Cream

Mince Pies

Seasonal Fresh Fruit

* * * * * *

Coffee and Turkish Delight



Price 15.00 per person



shel56


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15/10/2010 12:21

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Can you email details of where you are etc. travelbugs22@aol.co.uk



Thanks



curtis22


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15/10/2010 14:00

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Thank you for your enquiry. As you travel from Lapta to Girne we are located on the left hand side just before you join the new bypass. Next to the Karaoglanoglu Museum.



david9


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15/10/2010 15:03

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Curtis22

Is there any entertainment and what time do you plan to start on Xmas day?



Pippie


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15/10/2010 16:53

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Apart from the brandy cream will everything else on the menu be halal?



Thanks.



curtis22


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15/10/2010 18:01

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Thank you for your enquiry. There will be music during the meal and dancing afterwards until midnight. We will expect guests to arrive at around 7.30 pm for a Welcome Drink. It is anticipated that the food will be served at 8.00 pm.



batgirl


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15/10/2010 20:11

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Curtis

christmas dinner at 8.00pm !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

sorry no thank you

best of luck with your day



UPNorth


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17/10/2010 19:41

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Could you tell me what the vegetarian alternative is please?



Pugwash


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17/10/2010 19:43

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Er yes a bit late 8pm!



metin


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17/10/2010 19:49

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Hotel Sempati are offering the same menu and price....... but starting lunch much earlier.



Check them out.



geronimo


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18/10/2010 11:27

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Why is the Xmas dinner so late, we had hoped to come and stay Xmas Eve til Boxing Day but with us having to wait until 8.00pm for our dinner will have to think again. Xmas dinner at say 2.30 - 3.00pm would be much better.



hattikins


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18/10/2010 11:43

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Christmas lunch at 8pm, much too late, was hoping to book for a group of us but will have to think again now.



matula


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18/10/2010 11:45

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msg10--lunch=midday meal.

msg11--dinner=evening meal.



Crumpy



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18/10/2010 20:31

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Re ; msg 13 - "msg10--lunch=midday meal, msg11--dinner=evening meal "



Hi Matula,



In most dictionaries, that is what's written. However, such things are not so black and white - Most British people (myself included) often think of "dinner" as the main meal of the day. And this goes back to the second world war, when because of rationing, the children could only be ensured a filling and nourishing meal at school. This, by the way, is why we refer to the midday meal at school as being "school dinner" and the women working in the kitchen as being "dinner ladies".



So, often when we have our main meal in the middle of the day, as on Sundays and Christmas Day, people quite naturally refer to it as "dinner" ... and they are not wrong to do so.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinner



And, like Batgirl, Pugwash and Hattikins, we would also like to have our Christmas *dinner* earlier in the day. Maybe we'll go to the Otel Sempati ...



Crumpy



pussycatuk


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18/10/2010 20:34

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Curtis , do you have any jobs going at the hotel.



hattikins


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We spoke to staff at Ada Hotel about the time of the Christmas * Dinner* and were told that time had been set for the benefit of guests who are staying over the Christmas period. I just wonder what people are going to eat between breakfast and 8pm !



Such a shame as the hotel is really attractive and it would have been an ideal place to celebrate Christmas.



Lilli



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Hats if thats the case maybe they should consider brunch, havent seen it since the alterations but agree lovely setting x



matula


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19/10/2010 11:30

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What you say is true Crumpy--I grew up in the 40s and 50s (not that I ever had school dinners) but when we emigrated to South Africa we were re-educated to having lunch at midday and dinner in the evening. Much more civilised!



geronimo


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19/10/2010 12:35

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Re message 8 - curtis could we please have an answer?



sagsy22


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We have lots of enquiries too, but the general opinion is that dinner is too late, so we are trying to talk to the hotel and see if it can be earlier say around 5pm.



hattikins


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Just my opinion but 3pm seems about the right time for Christmas dinner, then back home, log fire, couple of bottles of good wine in the company of friends, wonderful.



sagsy22


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19/10/2010 18:46

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Hi, having spoken to a representative with the Ada hotel, they are looking into changing the time for the meal to 5pm. There is various forms entertainment throughout the day and a fun quiz around 3pm and then after the meal, music and dancing with Pete.

Full advert will be in paper very soon

thanks



curtis22


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We offer fresh fısh or vegetable casserole as an alternatıve to the tradıtıonal xmas dınner. However, ıf you have any specıal request we would be ınterested ın hearıng them.



curtis22


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23/10/2010 17:16

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What kınd of job are you lookıng for? It would be better to speak face to face on thıs subject.



Scoty


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23/10/2010 17:18

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Don't think fish is vegetarian. Re a veg casserole? dont think that will go down well

There are plenty of 'veggies' here and ifyou cater for them all - main standard meal will suffer - IMHO

Maybe needs re thought?



curtis22


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Thank you for your ınterest. After revıewıng thıs we have decıded to start the meal at 5pm. Hope thıs ıs more ınvıtıng to you.



thank you.



curtis22


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We have revıewed the tıme of the meal and agree 8pm ıs too late. The meal wıll now be at 5pm. There wıll be other thıngs goıng on durıng the day.



curtis22


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We have revıewed the tıme of the meal and agree 8pm ıs too late. The meal wıll now be at 5pm. There wıll be other thıngs goıng on durıng the day.



curtis22


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We have revıewed the tıme of the meal and agree 8pm ıs too late. The meal wıll now be at 5pm. There wıll be other thıngs goıng on durıng the day.



curtis22


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23/10/2010 17:25

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Wıth the exceptıon of the pork everythıng wıll be halal.



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