|Sunday Roast At The Glass Dome Restaurant|
What a treat and it wasn't even Mother's Day
To celebrate the last weekend of the summer holidays it was a treat to have a Sunday roast that I had not cooked and to spend time catching up with the family.
Mr B & I opted for roast beef with all the trimmings and we weren't disappointed. We were pleasantly surprised to be asked how we liked it to be cooked - often with roasts I find that you have no say - you get what is available at the time of your serving. Ours came rare as requested and was very tender and tasty.
Accompanied by a light, fluffy Yorkshire pudding, fresh seasonal vegetables of curly kale, carrots beans and cauliflower cheese with a rich red wine jus.
The vegetables were a highlight – firm texture and full of flavour.
The boys opted for the burger (no surprise for regular readers)(£10.85) - which was a moist thick (7oz) patty of Argentinean beef rich with herbs & garlic in a sesame bun with salad and thick chips.
The final bill including cokes,sparkling water & coffee was £106.53 for the four of us. Plus no cooking or clearing and no washing up!