Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Pamela's English Ox Tail Stew

Originating in Northern England in the 1700s, Ox Tail Stew was made from oxen and other cattle as a staple for farming families (peons) that couldn’t afford the better cuts of meat, often from their own cattle. Butchers that bought the cow or ox, often gave the tail, hoofs and ears to the poor.

Today however, a properly made Ox Tail Stew is a delicacy of the highest order (and one of the most pricey and time consuming to make). Today fresh ox tail is over $10.00 a pound at the local butcher shop and considering that 70% is bone brings the price of the meat itself to over $30.00 a pound! It would be more economical to stew the best cut of steak that you can find!

It takes about five hours to prepare the yummy Ox  Tail served at Pamela’s; all ingredients (including the ox tail) are fresh and carefully prepared to English tradition - with the exception of the bones, which we do not include. There is a faux – ox tail soup made with common beef cuts, but once you sample Pamela’s Ox Tail Stew nothing else will do!

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

The 12 Deaths of Christmas

The Twelve Deaths of Christmas
Be prepared for your tablemates to drop like partridges in pear trees at this traditional
English holiday dinner and interactive mystery.

Saturday, December 9 at 6pm

$48.75 includes dinner, mystery, Christmas crackers & tax
(gratuity additional & appreciated)

Reservation is confirmed when made with Pamela
at 714-897-9442  

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Tea leaf reading, just for fun

Join Pamela and the mysterious Madam Rouenska for a tea leaf reading of ridiculous proportions 
Sunday, 1 October 2017
at 3pm

$35 includes themed afternoon tea & tea leaf entertainment

Advance reservations required