We had been 'saving' a trip to terre terre for an occasion as it is of such high repute. We visited on New Years eve, and had the Season sensation menu, which was a tuned up version of a Christmas lunch. The cocktail to start was lovely, not too spicy, not too boozy, and not too gravy like (I can't stand mulled wine for that quality). The brûlée starter was a little too generous in quantity, and incredibly rich, the little crustini's that came with it were tasty and nice but the quantities didn't balance. The main course consisted of a mini mushroom pie, which was pleasant but not exceptional, some very good truffle potato purée (posh mash), and a slightly odd but not unpleasant cabbage wrapped something... It was all pleasant but I wouldn't describe it as award winning... My dessert consisted of a lovely plum pudding, another steamed sponge, posh custard and ice cream. It was a bit heavy, but the plum pudding was well executed, and the posh custard tasty. Ian (husband, and dinning partner in crime) had a selection of sorbets - only the lemon one was remarkable, the others were lacking in fruity-ness and rather too sugary. The staff were upbeat and professional - we liked them :) We rather regretted not going for broke and eating off the main menu - we'll come again, and try and pick the highlights (saw a shared dessert featuring Churro's which will make the selection list)!
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