As for the food well we chose from the two course a la carte menu. I chose the free range chicken breast cooked slowly with truffle butter, spring vegetables, young garlic cream, jamon & oloroso juices with Simon opting for the Confit of Gippsland lamb loin, smoked white carrot cream, fennel infused milk curd, Pantelleria capers, nasturtiums, fennel pollen and we added a potato puree on the side to share.
For desert I chose the White nectarine snow egg while Si had the Eight texture chocolate cake Featuring Amedei Chocolate which was served with a hot chocolate sauce which was poured over at the table and melted through the layers exposing all eight delicious and richly decedent layers. The chocolate cake was delicious though a little to rich for my tastes but Simon quickly devoured it. As for the Snow Egg (the star attraction as it were!) well it was simply stunning. The beautiful snow egg was sat on a bed of sweet granita and beneath this was a creamy base. I adored the satisfying crack it gave as i plunged my spoon into the crispy out shell, through the soft fluffy meringue letting the delicious and slightly tart custard in the centre pour out.