I was allowed to bring guests, so I brought along some Openricers to this tasting.
On this visit, I was delighted to see so many new desserts in their cabinet.
French Onion soup:
Anyway the soup was really wholesome and there were so much onions in it.
The soup was lovely and sweet because of the natural sweetness of the onions and the chunky croutons gave it more depth and crunch.
The homemade cheese with paprika and herbs toast was delicious, it looked like scrambled egg but the cheese was lovely light and fluffy sprinkled with delicious herbs.
The eggplant and olives toast was delicious because the pureed eggplants and olives tasted nice together.
After trying two pieces of toast I tried the Spanish Mantchego cheese slices which were hard and crumbly with a light cheese taste.
Then I tried the Tomato and oregano toast which was simple and appetizing.
Ratatouille with red rice:
I really liked this dish because it was wholesome and filling, the ratatouille was packed with delicious vegetables and it was gently spiced with cumin.
It is made with lentils, pulses, red beans, soybeans which are rich in fibre.
The soup is spiced with cumin and I love it.
From left to right is: Orange salad, Mediterranean salad, Quinoa salad, Green Salad and Red Salad.
The orange salad was made with julienne pumpkins, carrots and buckwheat seeds and it really did have an orange citrusy taste.
The Quinoa salad was made with Quinoa and seeds.
The green salad was made with cabbage and cumin and again it was my favourite.
The beetroot salad was just beetroots which were natrually sweet.
The platter was served on a long dish which looks nicer than the square plate used on my first visit.
It now looks like a pretty Mezze tapas.
The platter had hummus, falafel, baba ganoush, Lebanese salad, feta cheese and black olives.
The hummus was delicious and the baba ganoush too, some might find it bland but I thought it was nice, they give you lemon as well to make it more appetizing.
The bread that came with it was flat and perfect for dipping with the hummus and baba ganoush and the olives give it extra saltiness.
I had the feta cheese last which was the best I have ever tried because it was so moreish.
I was really looking forward to this, especially the Halva.
The sweetness was just right for me.
The fruit cake is made with raisins, macadamia nuts, cashew nuts and apricots.
It was slightly different to the non vegetarian brownie because of the dates and coconut.
It tasted better than my first visit because it was not so bitter and the size was more managable and not so big.
The muffin tasted nice and citrusy with a moist texture.
Lastly I tried the Baklava because it was the sweetest, they had pistachio nuts with honey.