Sunday, 1 November 2015

1884 Dock Street Kitchen, Hull......Again

It's time for my birthday meal. We've been to this restaurant three times already since June. It now has a Michelin Bib Gourmand and is in the Good Food Guide. We enjoyed each of previous meals meal so much I thought I'd like to try the full a la carte menu instead of the prix fixe lunch. We both enjoyed this visit as much as any of the others. This what we had:

Treacle bread with cashew butter

Amuse bouche - smoked garlic and rosemary risotto balls

We both had the seafood mariniere
 in cider and chorizo broth - razor clams,
 mussels , clams and cockles, all perfectly cooked
 and wonderfully fresh

Mary's main was venison, with kale, parsnip textures,
 fondant potato and bilberry jus

My main was partridge with smoked artichoke puree,
blackberries, celeriac gratin and charred leeks

Lyonnaise potatoes and seasonal veg,
 including "heritage" carrots

My dessert was white chocolate, honeyed figs,
caramel popcorn  and raspberry granita.
Mary was full, so didn't have one.

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