Salty Seadog Supper 14th August
PUBLISHED: 12:25 18 August 2010 | UPDATED: 17:42 20 February 2013
Open for Dinner held another Salty Seadog Supper on the spit at Teignmouth which was enjoyed by all, despite the showers.
Sandie Clark of OPEN for Dinner said that "all the guests truly entered into the event with a great sense of adventure, heroism and eccentricity and enjoyed it thoroughly! Even the down pour just before starters did nothing to quash their exuburence. They simply put up their brollies and opened more champagne! The sun came out, the butler lit the candles and dinner was served."
She added "the crew were also brilliant and Emily Pitcher, our guest chef from Devon Home Cook, did an awesome job in producing a fine dining experience for over 40 people on the day with the menu including local fish, meat and vegetables. With such a great team working behind the scenes, and wonderful comments from our guests, we're looking to pull a few more of these amazing dining feats out of the hat next year - subject to the tides of course!"
"Its been a great pleasure to bring it all together and see our guests having a meal of a lifetime with a dress code that included everything from kilts to straw boaters with the ladies looking especially elegant even if there were wellies underneath!. We've had great comments and feedback and many requests to do it all again!. They must be mad!!!!"
"Hope the kilt didn't disappoint!" said Steve Pocock."Thank you for a wonderful day," said Claire Sava. "Even the rain couldn't spoil it."