Places to Eat
During your trip on Albion, you will probably require something to eat and drink. Here are a couple of places which provide good quality picnics.
Those in the know will be wishing we were keeping quiet about these! And we certainly shouldn't mention the carrot cake, chocolate brownies, melt in your mouth sausage rolls, top notch jams and spreads, oils and relishes, pork pies and croissants.
Meanwhile everyone else is making the most of the Horning Galley's speciality picnics and bespoke hampers, made to order to suit the tastes - and budget - of individual customers. It's the easy answer to eating on-board; put in a call with specific requests or a simple 'mix of food please for the weekend for six' order and that's the catering sorted so less time is spent in your own galley and more time enjoying the water.
John and Wendy's picnic ideasFed up with cheese and pickle sandwiches and a packet of salt and vinegar crisps?
A Rustic Wherryman's
- Freshly baked pork pie
- Local Cheeses
- Balsamic onions
- Onion marmalade
- Soup and crusty bread
- Washed down with: Woodforde's Wherry
A passionate picnic
- (Served from a hamper)
- Salmon and chilli pate
- Fresh olives
- Chilli jam or plum jelly, garlic mayonnaise
- Tomatoes, cucumber, celery and carrot sticks, salad leaves and fresh crusty bread
- Handmade chocolate duo dessert
- Washed down with: Adnams Selection Fizz
- A selection of tasty sandwiches: cucumber, pate, cheese, ham
- Plain or fruit scones with lots of fresh clotted cream and strawberries or how about a sponge cake filled with fresh fruit and cream.
- Washed down with: A nice pot of tea, or apple juice / elderflower cordial
The Hornish - an East Anglian delight
- 'Hornish' Pasty
- Salad - spring onions, cherry tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, cress, radish, baby beetroot
- Horseradish and cream relish
- Washed down with: Canoe Tree Shiraz / Cabernet