Tomato and mozzarella

Buffet Menu

Tomato and mozzarella
Standing Finger Buffet
Asparagus & Parma Ham Rolls £1.70
Assorted Sandwiches (per round) £3.75
Avocado, Sun-Dried Tomato & Hummus Bruschetta £1.50
Brioche Bun filled with Cured Ham & Rustic Chutney £2.20
Cajun Spiced Chicken Drumstick £1.80
Cherry Tomato, Mozzarella & Basil Skewers £1.40
Duck Spring Rolls & Hoi Sin Dip £1.70
Filo Prawn Pockets with Sweet Chilli Dip £1.55
Honey & Mustard Glazed Newmarket Cocktail Sausages £1.55
Mini Bagel filled with Smoked Salmon & Cream Cheese £2.35
Roasted Vegetable Tortilla Wrap £1.70
Salmon Goujons & Tartare Sauce £1.70
Sesame Prawns Toasts with Black Bean Sauce £1.65
Smoked Chicken & Rocket Crostini £1.40
Spinach Pakora & Onion Bhaji £1.35
Stoned-Baked Mini Pepperoni/Mozzarella Pizza £1.45
Tomato & Basil Tart £1.55
Fresh Strawberries dipped in Chocolate £2.45
Individual Cheesecake Selection £2.00
Mini Afternoon Tea Cake Selection £2.00
Mini Chocolate Dessert Selection £2.00
Mini Fruit Skewers & Raspberry Coulis £1.30
Mini Fruit Tartlets £2.00
Seasonal Fruit Tart & Cornish Clotted Cream £2.90

£13.50 minimum spend per person

All prices are subject to the addition of VAT at the standard rate, if applicable. Rates are valid until 31 December 2019.

What's on

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Wolfson Mindfulness Group

22/10/2019 at 17.00

This is a new Meditation and Mindfulness group at Wolfson.

Image taken from the Narrative of Edward Coxere, 1647-1684  Copyright: Library of Congress Manuscript Division, Washington, D.C.

Humanities Society and the Cambridge Festival of Ideas - "Rethinking Early Anti-Slavery: North Africa and Beginnings of Atlantic Abolitionism"

22/10/2019 at 18.00

This event is organised by the Wolfson College Humanities Society as part of their Michaelmas term lecture series.

Ignacio Mana Mesas

Music and Madeira - Saxophone and Piano

22/10/2019 at 21.00

Music and Madeira Recital following formal Hall 

MUSICAL LABYRINTHS

Ignacio Mana-Mesas saxophone (finalist 2018 CUMS Concerto Competition)
Donal McCann piano (Senior Organ Scholar, King's College)

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Lunchtime Seminar - The contradictions of the authoritarian developmental state: energy boom and bureaucratic autonomy in Rwanda

23/10/2019 at 13.00

This lecture demonstrates the significance of internal regime dynamics between politicians and bureaucrats as a factor explaining states’ ability to create functioning economic development.

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How do democracies change?

23/10/2019 at 18.00

We will be live-streaming this event and details/link will be available on the day of the lecture. If you would like to join us at Wolfson to watch the event on a large screen, please book here. The bar in the Club Room will open at 17.30 on the day.

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