Ths was an amazing meal for a tavelling group of 20 people. The menu was pre-set but was interesting, labour intensive, great value and delicious!
We had a walnut and wine aperatif, amuse bouche of cheese biscuits and fennel pesto, the best home cured gravlax with a pot of creme fresh topped beatroot relish and a lemmon with a home made mayonaise. The vegetarian had a special carrot timbal and melon - said to be delicious. Main was filet mignon in a port sauce, the cheese course was a baked bonbon with melted goats cheese and walnuts and desert was a nutty buscuit topped with apple in cinamon and a creamy topping - looked like it could have come from a gourmet magazine (like all the courses).
However. best of all we felt like a member of the family. Decore is unusual (name means chess board) but it was definately one of the best group meals I have ever experienced as it was fresh and seasonal.
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