Thursday, February 15, 2007

Bentley's Oyster Bar & Grill @ Swallow Street, off Picadilly Circus

This is one meal that I had in London which was very enjoyable. Mostly because of the company - lots of important people from the company were here.

Now, Bentley's is a well-regarded restaurant along London's Picadilly Circus specialising in seafood. The food here was therefore, needless to say, excellent.

The starter of smoked salmon, potato pancakes and creme fraiche was tart and appetising.

The main of slow-roasted shoulder of lamb with leeks and rosemary jus was tender and very tasty. The hint of rosemary really lifted this dish and made it extra fragrant.

The chocolate tart with poire william cream was dark and rich and enjoyable.

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