Wednesday, 9 December 2015
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London.
As we normally only visit London once a year on a restaurant trip, it takes me some time to decide on which of the hundreds of fine places we should eat. Sunday lunch was proving a tough choice, especially after the previous epic day of eating at both Hedone and Aulis. It may seem a 'safe' decision but whilst Dinner may not be the latest place to go, I chose it simply because I thought the sheer quality of the dishes would shine through. They truly did, it was a wonderful lunch, excellent service in a beautiful room overlooking Hyde Park, and completely faultless food. The signature dishes of Meat Fruit (which I've always wanted to try) and the Tipsy Cake were real highlights.
*Lunch cost us £104 each sharing various starters and desserts. Follow @Bacononthebeech
Posted by Bacon on the Beech at 18:36
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Were they cool with you taking lots of starters and then straight to dessert? I'd looked at the menu previously and been much more taken with the starter options - mains seem a lot less exciting.ReplyDelete
They were absolutely fine about it, it's that sort of place. Agreed on the starters, sometimes it's better to order a few of these rather than expensive mains.Delete