Thursday, October 29, 2015

November sees the best of the British at The Cabin Cafe & Restaurant

With a month of Best of British coming up, I have decided to write about The Cabin because they serve real English food.
This is my regular haunt because it tastes just like home.
It was nice that other foodies who have lived in UK before liked The Cabin.
We started off with afternoon tea.

A good selection of sweet and savoury treats that had trifles, scones and sandwiches.
Non alcoholic sangria:

I loved this drink because it was fruity and tasted really natrual.
prawn cocktail:

Crisp lettuce and prawns but I would have liked the sauce to be stronger.
Juicy beef yorkshire pudding:

A sunday roast summarized in a Yorkshire pudding. It was a mini Yorkshire pudding filled with a slice of juicy roast beef topped with creamy horseradish which had a lovely mustard kick to it.
Cream cheese stuffed portobello mushroom:

A tasty earthy mushroom with cheese and crispy herbed breadcrumb on top.
roasted red pepper and mascarpone soup:

A flawless soup that was refreshing and appetizing.
Herb crusted grilled salmon with mango sauce/sour cream:

The salmon was delicate and tasty complemented by the herbs and sauces.
Lancashire lamb hotpot:

Tasted like home, delicious pieces of lamb in gravy which you could taste the sweet onions and carrots.
Cottage pie:

The cottage pie was divine with lovely chunks of meat and young carrot slices that were sweet in a rich gravy that had a fragrant Thyme flavour.
Roasted belly of pork with apple sauce:

Nice pork with a crispy skin that went fab with the apple sauce.
Lemon merinuge:

Strawberry Pavola:

A nice and light meringue that was not too sweet!

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