Five Crowns Dinner Menu
Tent FoldDinner MenuThemed Menu
Single sheet, tent fold, old English themed dinner menu for the Five Crowns Restaurant is printed on beige paper with brown ink. The front side of the menu displays the restaurant name, "Five Crowns" printed at the top of the page above a graphic of a seated lion. The lion's front paws are positioned on top of a crown and a shield. A poem and commentary regarding the comforting hospitality of old English inns is found to the right of the lion. The unfolded inside of the menu continues with the old English theme, written in old English style font. "Bille of Faer at Dinner" is printed at the top. Five graphic crowns are found aligned down the center of the unfolded menu. The menu categories include "bevers and libations" "pottages and salads" "Sweetes" and main courses. A text box contains a "knightly" special offered for "squires and maids." The food options range from Pimm's cup libation, to "chicken and leek soupe" to hearts of romaine salad, to trifle pudding, to "roast'd beefe" to Bristol sherry chicken, to "roast'd duckling" and "English beefe chop." Non alcoholic beverages are offered at the bottom of the menu. The unfolded outside of the menu displays the tent fold view of the menu. The top of this view displays the upright seated lion graphic, and the upside down view of the back side of the folded menu. The back side features a large graphic drawing of the outside of the restaurant on the right side of the page. The left side features a lengthy commentary on the old English theme, the history of the restaurant, its association with Lawry's products, and the locations of other restaurants in the chain.
Digitized by: Salt Lake Community College
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Chef Menus Collection Developed for the Culinary Arts Program at Salt Lake Community College. IN COPYRIGHT.
TIFF image scanned at 600 dpi from the original using an Epson Expression 10000 XL scanner. Converted to PDF using Photoshop.