We were up the west end on Good Friday & decided to grab a bite to eat. Everywhere on Ashton lane where we would normally go was full, so we decided to go into ubiquitous Chip.
We were seated in the brasserie & given a menu. At first I was put off as many of the dishes were made with livers either in pate or mousse - this does not appeal to me at all.
I eventually opted for the soup & a piece. The soup was to die for and my 'piece' which was half a scruffy baguette with ham & mustard mayo was delicious.
We decided to order desert - apple crumble. This was the best apple crumble & custard I have ever had!
I was pleasantly surprised because at first I wasn't expecting to enjoy it. Would definitely go back but would like to try the main restaurant as it looked beautiful.
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