brassica me. The only shame was that the pasta of the tortellini was very underdone, with a tough white core when torn, plunged into cold water before its time. More of a shame as it was beautifully crafted pasta, but with a busy restaurant, the minute margin of error with cooking delicate filled pasta is an easy one to slip up on. The earthy mushroom filling though was a nice contrast to the fresher flavours on the plate.
Mr GF lucked out on his Assiette of Rabbit, which was probably the best rabbit dish I've sampled (not that he let me have too much of it). The trio was a loin and Parma ham ballotine, braised leg and a pea, crayfish and rabbit bon bon. After he'd silently finished he laid down his cutlery and said" I would eat that again five times over until I couldn't eat another morsel and lie here on the floor until someone came and collected me." Well, there you have it.
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Hideous photography apologies which do not do the food any justice - lighting that is good for dining is rubbish for photography (just as it should be). I was invited to review 24 St Georges.