Your chance to win a meal at Belair House
Saturday 31 October 1998
Cady's dream of owning a restaurant became reality in early April last year, when he launched Belair House Restaurant and Bar.
Belair House stands amid several acres of beautiful parkland. It has been refurbished and now has a ground-floor restaurant and bar with a seating capacity of 60.
Head chef Colin Barnett prepares typical dishes of Warm Salad of Snails and Artichoke, and Red Mullet and Crayfish Ragout.
For the chance to eat for free at Belair House write your name, address and telephone number on a postcard and send it to:
Belair House Offer, Network London, Masons' Yard, 34 High St, Wimbledon Village, London SW19.
The first three names to be drawn after the closing date of 13 November 1998, will each win one dinner for two people at Belair House.
Belair House Restaurant and Bar, Gallery Road, Dulwich Village, London SE21 (0181-299 9788)
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