Dinner at Gordon Ramsay

Most of London goes and stands hopefully outside pubs of a nice spring night


I've never seen the fun in this.


A tiny steamed black truffle dumpling with aged Parmesan? Now that's fun.


A little glass of mousse of baby peas with ricotta decorated with baby veggies -- yes, please.
Cold foie gras, beet, veg. Mmm,


mmm.


Turbot.


His - breast of pigeon.


Mine - spring lamb.






My modest cheese course


His selection from the cheese trolley


The pre- dessert treats


Coconut soufflé.


Post-dessert treats.

The stuff in the silver bowl is strawberry ice cream bonbons dramatically perched on dry ice.
Wheee!

18 comments:

  1. Fred next time will you please take me too?

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    1. hi, Dani, I wish we could have gotten ur watches synchronized to meet in Paris!

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  2. May I join DaniBP in your suitcase?

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  3. Yum!! I'm a stand-outside-the-pub type, usually!
    Having said that, I remember eating at Aubergine while on a trip back home from Japan with the Mighty Yen in my pocket. It must have been 1993 or so. It was amazing!

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  4. It all looks and sounds delicious, especially those strawberry ice cream bon bons!!

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    1. they are good, even the white chocolate part.

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  5. Y'al suuure do know how to eat. I love that little truffle. I've never had one, but I'd try that.

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    1. the little nibbles you get with drinks are always the cutest part of a meal at GR, it's where the newbies in the kitchen are allowed to show their imagination.

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  6. This must be a difficult reservation to get. Looks wonderful. ( Isn't he the mean one?)

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    1. This is the flagship of the GR empire, nothing mean here!

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  7. Looks like you are doing a good job of eating well across the pond! I have never stood outside a british pub drinking, but it is on the bucket list and certainly every one was doing it when we were there!

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    1. well, I've never seen the appeal myself, especially when there are so many fine tables to sit at in London. Standing outside pubs in Ireland, yes, because people are talking and laughing, not just chugging.

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