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The UK Menu Game (2008-)


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Mussel and crab stew with exotic Indian spice, citrus

Beef roasted in its own fat, assorted alliums and basils from the garden

A selection of artisan cheeses, toasted walnut bread

Chocolate bon bon and strawberries

chicory ice cream and bitter caramel

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Mussel and crab stew with exotic Indian spice, citrus

Beef roasted in its own fat, assorted alliums and basils from the garden

A selection of artisan cheeses, toasted walnut bread

Chocolate bon bon and strawberries

chicory ice cream and bitter caramel

Chez Panisse or Manresa Restaurant if I had to choose I'd say Chez Panisse.

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Chez Panisse or Manresa Restaurant if I had to choose I'd say Chez Panisse.

Choose again!

You couldn't find two more different restaurants than CP and Manresa - was it the four course structure that made you think of CP?

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the four course structure, plus the menu text was so sparing and delicious.

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I meant reading the FT, not eating, doh. Okay.....

Cardoon Gratinato with Artichokes and Radicchio di Treviso

Rigatoni with Five lilies and ricotta salata

Fennel Dusted Sweetbreads with Sweet and Sour Onions, Duck Bacon and Membrillo Vinegar

Saffron Pannacotta, Qunice, Pink Peppercorns, Quince Sorbetto

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Braised pork belly, potato, cashew nuts and sea urchin

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Poulet de Bresse en cocotte, truffle injected egg and tagliatelle

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Air, Land and Sea - Potato, walnuts and beluga caviar

simply because i am fascinated by the dessert - has anyone tried this?

"Experience is something you gain just after you needed it" ....A Wise man

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More a savoury than sweet I guess

Ok.... Just how wide can we go? Historic menus? Menus in books or novels?

Here is a UK current one

Risotto of spring vegetables

Slow roasted leg of suckling pig, apple purée and its own juices

Grand Marnier soufflé with an orange salad

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OK - this might be a bit more of a challenge. Chosen around a theme of "X with Y and Z sauce":

Tortellini of Wild Mushrooms with Chicken and Truffle Sauce

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Roasted Rib of Veal with Braised Carrots and Onions with Rosemary Sauce

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Fig Tart with Port and Cinnamon Ice Cream, Cinnamon and Anise Sauce

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