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Fine dining lunch at JS restaurant in Penarth ...and low carb

Discussion in 'Food, Nutrition and Recipes' started by Riri, Jan 21, 2015.

  1. Riri

    Riri Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    We recently had a thread growing about low carb and fine dining restaurants. Well, for Christmas I bought hubby (and me of course!!) a Travelzoo voucher to go for the 5 course taster menu at James Sommerin's place in Penarth. Wow - 5 courses an amouse bouche and an extra dessert (tiny) and it was amazing. I just though I'd post about it because of the low carb side of things. One of the tasters was cauliflower risotto with wild mushroom, thyme and truffles and another grey mullet, spiced butter and broccoli and
    Guinea Fowl, Sweetcorn, Sprouts, Smoked Bacon and truffles. The puds were Fig, Nougatine, Grand Manier, Raisin and then a Chocolate pganache square, Cherry drops and Vanilla cream.
     
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    Riri Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    Sorry last post went before I finished. Didn't even have to bolus as there were hardly any carbs to speak of (and I'd had a couple of glassed of fizz so needed to be careful). If only I could eat like this every day - lol
     
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