Just had a really great meal - expensive but amazing value despite that:
One of those newfangled pop-up restaurants, open in Weymouth until the end of the month. Highly recommended!
Couldn't see prices on the menu based on a quick glance...
Can't access Facebook in the office, but am down that way with work a couple of times per month...what was the food like? Price per head etc?
Weymouth always seems a bit bereft of good restaurants, so will give this place a try.
£45/head for canapés followed by five courses. It seats twenty and often gets booked up but we were there on a quiet night. I don't often go to posh restaurants (wife is too much of a fussy eater and we're too poor) but we were blown away!
It's this kind of stuff - quite magical:
Our particular menu was:
Sumac & Pine Nuts
Kimchi, Cucumber & Coriander
White Rock Chicken
Crab, Butternut & Mushroom
Mango & Lime
Chocolate & Sea Buckthorn
As you can imagine, that's a very minimalist description of the food!
The head chef, Claire, was serving as it was a quiet evening, talked us through each dish and came out for a chat once service had ended. This pop-up ends in a few weeks, and then she's doing one in Barbados over the winter. I wouldn't be surprised to see her with a load of Michelin stars in a decade's time!
Looks nice but I'd count all that as a single course...bit expensive...
In a kind of makes your money disappear kind of way?
I'd need to stop off at the chippy on the way home..
It cost about the same as my handlebars...
The bread was great too - freshly baked top notch brown and white, and then three different butters - truffle, seaweed and unsalted (this was particularly remarkable) - and presented on a chilled rock!
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