Inside The Living Room, swish but also not too stuffy. Seems like a great place to meet after work. I had been in before waiting to meet friends with a very nice glass of Prosecco.
So we settled down with blindfolds, questions and glasses of water as the staff served us portions of the new menu.
From L-R, Black Forest smoked cured ham and fig with a goats cheese mousse and raspberry and beetroot vinaigrette (£7) Homemade Glamorgan sausages with a sage and onion soubise, braised lentils and mash (£10) Pan fried Sea Bass and orange scented broccoli with a lentil casserole.(£15) Venison “Shepherd’s Pie”( £13.25), Morrocan spiced lamb with apricots, dates and almonds served with giant cous cous £16. Duck breast with szechuan pepper and plum chutney, chilli fried bok choi and sweet potato fondant. £16
We also tasted Pork and Chorizo burgers (£10.25) (delicious) and Butternut Squash, Dolcelatte, walnut and honey tart (gorgeous mix of flavours).
It is a lot harder than you think, many similar flavours, using your nose to pick out a special hint, too hard for me.
At the end of the night, the answers were totted up and a draw by Pie in Soup and Glasgow Food bloggers. Hurrah!
The food was excellent, I especially liked the vegetarian sausages which says something for meat eater me! With the bite sized tasters I am eager to return for more. Service friendly and fun.
Special thanks for Alfred @afoodography for the super photographs.
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