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Scottish Food Takes Spotlight at Highland Show Race Night

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Scottish Food Takes Spotlight at Highland Show Race Night

Scottish Food Takes Spotlight at Highland Show Race Night
July 07
09:01 2016

The best of Scottish food and drink is taking centre stage at a special event this weekend, which will transform Hamilton Park Racecourse (pictured) into a mini Highland Show.

The venue’s catering partner, Sodexo Prestige Venues & Events, has unveiled a new menu featuring an array of local produce including Isle of Mull cheddar, MacSween’s haggis and Ayrshire smoked bacon, for guests attending the Highland Show Race night this Saturday, 9th July.

The themed event, which opens its doors at 12pm, will feature a Food & Drink Zone with a variety of Sodexo’s suppliers offering complimentary samples.

Other highlights will include sheepdog trials and an interactive farm machinery zone.

David Trotter, Account Director at Sodexo Prestige Stadia & Racecourses, said: ‘Our chefs have put great produce at the heart of every dish and we look forward to serving more than 400 guests across our exclusive boxes, Dukes Restaurant and dedicated owners and trainers areas.’

For more about this and other events at Hamilton Park Racecourse, visit www.hamilton-park.co.uk.

 

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