You know when you go to a restaurant and you come home and you write a review of it, and then you completely forget to actually add the list foods you ate to your list… No? Just me? Well, in any case, that’s what I managed to do, so this post and the next one will be a little round up of all those foods I ate out and then never wrote up. These are from two different visits to what clearly must be my favourite restaurant, Miller & Carter.
I shared this monster steak on one visit. It’s a double-sized fillet, and there’s really nothing bad you can say about a nice big chunk of delicious meat.
877. Surf and Turf and 878. Lobster Thermidor
On yet another visit to Miller & Carter, I went for the Surf & Turf, which was paired a steak with a small Lobster Thermidor and a king prawn skewer. Honestly I’m not convinced about having both together. Steak is awesome. Lobster is awesome. But I know that I at least will always be in the mood for either lots of meat, or be in the mood for fish, but never both, together, at the same time. I’d rather just pick one or the other and enjoy the single pleasure of a big hunk of steak or a juicy buttery lobster all by itself.
879. Baked Cheesecake
I love cheesecake. I love cheesecake of every flavour. I love cheesecake for dessert, or for a snack, or for breakfast (ok, I probably have never eaten it for breakfast, but I would). Sometimes I feel like plain baked cheesecake is the poor man’s choice when there are so many other delicious kinds of cheesecake out there (I’m looking at you Cheesecake Factory Kahlua Cocoa Coffee), but then I have it, and I remember how awesome plain baked cheesecake is too. It’s creamy, and sweet, but not too sweet, and it has the soft cheese with the crunchy base, and oh my god, how much do I want cheesecake now?! Cheesecake.
879 down, 917 to go