Thursday, 10 July 2014
They have a very good selection of spirits.
This was nicely presented, on a wooden platter. The cheese was enveloped in a little paper pouch, tied.
The small disc of butter had a sprig of mint. The chutney complemented the cheese beautifully.
The staff here are charming. Chef here is a monarch of the profession.
Needless to say, the fish was tender, moist, and boneless.
Alas, I'm too full to do justice to a dessert. I have the pudding menu in front of me: Tarte au citron; croque banane; pear, chocolate and almond tart; clementine cake ...
There's also a crepe collection, various cheeses, and liqueur coffees.
Indeed it was a memorable evening.
Posted by Timothy Belmont at 21:00