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Xmas Day & Boxing Day feasts at Le Rivage Café, Wyndham

Updated: 22 Nov 2010
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Xmas Day & Boxing Day feasts at Le Rivage Café, Wyndham Xiamen
 
Christmas and Santa Claus is coming, and Christmas feast is all about the tasty dishes titillating the taste buds at the very thoughts of them. This is once in a year that your strict dieting is cut loose, after all, Christmas comes only once a year.

So gear up folk, get the menu ready and don't miss out on any of the delicious items. Celebrate your Christmas Feast and savour the taste of the season with friends, family and of course at Wyndham Xiamen.

Wyndham Xiamen is hosting a Christmas feast served with all the trimmings over the Christmas right up until Boxing Day, so you can enjoy the Yule-time festivities without the clean up. Organize an early get-together with your friends before you get caught up in family events, and catch up on the year gone by within the classic elegance of the Le Rivage Café. The hotel's brilliant chefs have specially designed a festive menu that caters to all palates with all-encompassing styles.

1. Christmas specials

Appetizers/starters
 
 
Cold Whole roast turkey platter
Turkey salad with walnut, apple, celery
Western Meat Terrine with Egg and Crab Jelly (Pigeon, Chicken, Venison)

Main dishes

Stewed Pumpkin with Coriander Seeds
Glazed Sweet Potato
Roasted Turkey with Tradition Condiment and Port Wine Sauce
Honey glazed Roasted Gammon Ham with Pineapple and Sugar kumquat

Desserts
 
 
Mini Chocolate Log Cake
Mince Pie
Traditional Stollen
Christmas Cookies
Christmas Chocolate Santa
Christmas pudding

Of course, apart from the above special Christmas food which will be continuously replenished throughout Christmas Day and Boxing Day, other sumptuous regular food served with the buffet at the restaurant are smorgasbord, Japanese, and Chinese cuisines.

2. Complimentary buffet

Appetizers

Assorted Cold Cuts Platter with Condiments
Tomato and Mozzarella Cheese Platter
Roasted Beef with Onion Rings
Platter of Char-Grilled Vegetables with Pesto

Main dishes

- Japanese corner
Salmon, Tuna, Sweet Shrimp, Sea Bream and Octopus

- Western main courses
Pan Fried Cod Fish with Pommery Mustard
Thai Chicken Curry
Stewed Beef with Red Wine

- Asian main courses
Deep-fried Crispy Spare Rib
Braised Seasonal Vegetable with Mushroom
Braised Bean Curd with Seafood

Salad

Whole kernel corn
Carrots salad
Fresh tomatoes
Fresh cucumber
Butter head lettuce

Desserts

Black Forest Cake
White Chocolate Mouse
Cream Burlee
Chocolate Brownies
Walnut Pie
Fruit Tartlets
Ice Cream Corner

Note: The complimentary buffet menu is subject to the dishes available.
 

This traditional Christmas lunch or dinner is not only a feast to the eyes and to the palate, but it's also designed with ease in mind! Much of the preparation can be done well in advance leaving you free to enjoy the company of your guests on this very grand festival. Start with a glass of Champagne, followed by scrumptious roast turkey with all the trimmings. The huge selections of food at the buffet will entire anyone from any culture. The only complaint you may have will be – eating too much.

Additionally, grand festive celebrations like live band show await you at the legendary Wyndham Xiamen as they usher in the holiday season. Honouring a revered tradition, Wyndham Xiamen's team of dedicated chefs have composed an array of festive dining experiences in their distinctive restaurants this Christmas festival, presenting stylish revelries to suit every merry-making - from an intimate dinner for two to a boisterous gathering of many.

SOURCE: Wyndham Xiamen & WOX Food
 
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