To dine at Ritual is a very special experience. It's entertaining because of the different approach to food and palate. It's a delight to the human sense of taste, as well as the challenge of focussing on what's happening. It's not a meal as such, it's a gastronomic journey through some fascinating landscapes. My only disappointment was that I was driving and chose not to drink the matching alcohol. Full credit to the chef and his wife for their efforts in taking humble diners to lands previously undiscovered. As one diner said of one dish - this is not a mix of ingredients, but a mix of two completely separate tastes in the mouth at the same time.
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