Scottish-inspired Balmoral Restaurant is honoring seniors once again with its fifth annual Seniors Day, meaning anyone 65 and older can dine on a free, three-course meal starting at 2 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 9-10. Yes, free. And the senior can invite up to three guests to join them for the meal. For the special dinner, chef Joe Schroeder will be serving a choice of chicken liver mousse with crisp toast, shrimp with watermelon and goat cheese, cock-a-leekie soup or a mixed salad to start. Entree options include a choice of Campsie Glen Chicken with Stilton blue cheese, chili and honey grilled salmon, stuffed red pepper or Queen Elizabeth’s pork chop; all come with a choice of potatoes and vegetables. End with a sweet treat of Ye Auld Sticky Toffee Pudding, Blairgowrie Raspberry Cream Cranachan, Banoffee Pie Meringue or Perthshire’s Strawberry Meringue. Reservations will only be taken over the phone.
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