He said the food was going to be spicy but I underestimated how spicy it would be.
Anyway tried three spicy items: chili lobster soup, spicy clams and spicy whelk.
It was impressive how the spicy taste was different for each dish and not the same dead boring chili.
The lobster soup was fantastic because it was loaded with my favourite Basil and the lobster was fresh and it even had roe as well!
The spicy whelk in wine, obviously spicy had Sichuan peppercorns so it had a Sichuan touch to it.
The chili clams were the spiciest!!!
I would rate that this one had a strong chili taste and you can visually see how spicy it was with that orange chili oil surrounding it on the left!
The bread was buttered with something unique, it tasted like the ginger oil that you get with Chinese chicken but it was actually lemongrass!!
Normally I can taste what is in the ingredients but this Chef is one of the the good Chefs that can confuse your taste buds!!
There was blueberry and beetroot soup which was an interesting pairing however I managed to taste tomatoes in it.
If you have tried Jimmy's kitchen, there is a famous dry curry and the dry curry lamb rack tastes exactly like that with a crispy coating that tastes like curry bits of short crumbs!
On the menu was the Kiev which bursts out with filling when you pop the knife into into it.
I loved the crispy coating!
The dessert finished with this Japanese inspired sweet potato mash mixed with plum and yakult, again my taste buds were confused because I tasted apple.
It was paired with soothing ginger icecream!!
Definitely will be back soon!