I recently came here with my family (my first time, not theirs though) for an evening 5 course dinner. The idea of this restaurant is that their serve various themed lunches or dinners (not every day) with a set meal (plus vegetarian alternative) and every now and then members receive upcoming menus.
We the meal we had was fantastic. The first course was a "Quail Scotch Egg", a homemade scotch egg using a Quail's egg which was very good. This was followed by a lobster bisque with homemade bread, which was good. Then we had a smoked garlic sausage salad with croutons.
After all this, came the main, which was in my opinion the best dish. We had roasted pheasant with a rabbit and chicken torchon, choucroute and lyonnaise potatoes with a nice girolles jus. This main dish was FANTASTIC. The pheasant was served on the bone, and was so incredibly well cooked that the meat just fell off the bone, and was just so tender. The skin was left on, and was amazingly crisp too. Also despite being on the bone, there was plently of meat. This was really a top quality main dish.
It is important to note, that my vegetarian sister also had a very good meal, with the vegetarian alternatives being also thoughtful and cooked to a high standard.
After all this, came dessert. It was a blueberry pancakes with chocolate sorbet (a very interesting sorbet indeed!).
The most amazing thing really, is that the whole meal was cooked by a single chef. The dining club seats 40, and all the food is cooked fresh, and made to the highest quality. The man is obviously very skilled indeed.
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