Touring bands often want backstage treats and champagne often features prominently.
If they don’t get what they want on their rider this can lead to a situation best described as ‘No Moet, no showy’ or, to use the technical terms, ‘No Chandon, no band on.’
Take up today’s Big Deal on private dining at the Millennium Hotel and you can count on a delicious three course set meal as well as a glass of that ever popular double act – Moet and Chandon champagne.
Today’s Big Deal is for a group of friends, family or business clients to enjoy a three course set lunch or dinner in the beautifully appointed private dining rooms in the Millennium Hotel.
As well as enjoying views out over George Square, your guests will each have a glass of Moet and Chandon with canapés on arrival.
The meal will be accompanied by half a bottle of house wine per guest and finished with tea or coffee.
The deal is for a minimum of eight but up to 25 guests can be accommodated with extra guests charged at £37 a head.
The actual dishes served will depend on what’s in season but Executive Chef Jean Paul Giraud draws from a repertoire which includes starters such as chicken liver parfait served with spiced pear chutney and Arran oatcakes or the tian of haggis neeps and tatties, served with a café au lait sauce.
Typical main courses might be the pan seared chicken breast with red wine and sweet shallot jus plus roasted new potatoes or the baked supreme of salmon with chervil and Chablis butter sauce accompanied by a selection of seasonal market vegetables and potatoes.
Menus will be agreed with the customer at the time of confirming the booking.
This fantastic Big Deal is perfect for VIP entertaining whether that be an exclusive gathering of top clients or enjoying an intimate celebration with friends and family.