Our second grouse of the season (yes yes, we are fanatics) had a tough act to follow after Koffmann’s…
…but it came out with flying colours in being so good and also so different:
|Grouse with peaches & broad beans|
The peach and broad beans combination is a dress of Summer and grace for the protagonist, roasted and (as you can see) finished admirably.
Before this there was something of a rather different nature: a Lobster Thermidore, that here at the Peat Inn is (like many other classic dishes) an endless and always new variation on the theme. Have it after a while and you’ll find that a little, or not so little, something has changed, maybe the type of cheese (currently Anster we think), maybe the way it’s cut. Woman declares herself officially addicted.
Addictive Lobster Thermidor
And to finish there is only one way to avoid the temptation of the almost irresistible dessert list: lose your head in the perfume/smell of this large trolley stocked entirely with Scottish cheese (some from not farther than a couple of miles away). Where else in a starred restaurant?
|Scottish Cheese Trolley|
The Peat Inn is a bit of ‘our local’. Not exactly your cheap corner Inn, but the nearest to home of the great UK restaurants we like best. And for its category and quality, it will make your wallet happy as well as yourselves, when you enter the warm ante-room with the fireplace, greeted by one of the most charming service teams in the world.