Well i could make the most wondeful meal up if i could pick a tasting menu from your xmas eve, day and boxing day feasts...Loved the look of the Rabbit terrine , still enjoy my old school classics.
We too have spent Christmas at Le Manoir and were delighted in every respect. We particularly enjoyed the games room, complete with Wii and assorted games, Jenga, and best of all, a table football. No-one else seemed to have found this either so we had the place to ourselves, and champagne and canapes kept us going despite a needle match on the table football front.
We always love the breakfast here, where nothing is too much trouble and I was gently reprimanded for placing my own choice of bread on the toaster. I did once request porridge, made with semi skimmed milk, accompanied by double cream and orange blossom honey and with Drambuie poured over it. Not an eyelid batted (although I was not party to the reaction in the kitchen) and it arrived exactly as requested. The rest of my day was spent with an enigmatic smile on my face, while my husband spent the day rolling his eyes.
Le Manoir never disappoints.
We're all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. (Oscar Wilde)