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We're just putting the finishing touches to the MABS annual Glitter Ball...There's still time to get your tickets!

We will be raising funds for our foundation that many rely on across Spain and have done for nearly 20 years... Providing help and support in their time of need. This year we want our annual Glitter Ball to be the biggest and best yet... If you're new to the area, have friends, relatives or yourself have been affected by cancer, join us...
Tickets are just €45 which includes cava, 5-course meal with wine or beer all night.
Entertainment will be provided by the wonderful Darrell Clayton and Gatecrash...Plus some very special guests.

For tickets please contact Tina:

Phone: 626 328 606
email: jt_troughton@hotmail.com

Our Menu for the night

Starters
Sharing Platter
Carpaccio of Beef fillet and foie with fresh peppers vinaigrette, mustard and rosemary biscuits, Crunchy Brik of goat cheese with caramelized tomato

Main course
1. Grilled Salmon fillet with cream of citrus fruits
2. Roast Lamb Fillet with honey and Oporto sauce
3. Roast Fillet of Pork stuffed with truffle mashed potatoes and mushroom sauce

Dessert
1. Warm Puff Pastry with caramelized apple and vanilla ice-cream 2. Warm Brownie stuffed with black chocolate, nuts with vanilla ice-cream

Vegan and Vegetarian Menu available on request

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