A Missing Bell Dining Experience
Last year when a Canadian gentleman and his wife had to cancel their holiday due to a serious health issue, we immediately sent our very best wishes together with a deposit refund. (We would never knowingly profit from someone else's misfortune).
How delighted we were to meet them in fine fettle and enjoy the last six days with them.
This charming couple chose a Pacific Islands dining experience for the last of their six night holiday at Eastward House.
The evening began with ‘Tahiti Waters’; speciality seafood, langoustine, squid, squid tentacles, prawns, and monk fish tails cooked individually and brought together in the last minute to bathe in the delicate flavours of a Missing Bell original recipe, made-for-the-moment, aromatic sauce.
And then a delightful palate cleanser, mango and Bacardi sorbet.
‘Polynesian’ lamb (actually Scottish lamb) stuffed with garlic, rosemary and secret herbs, then tenderised with a low temperature seven-hour, honey drenched roast in Chardonnay. Enhanced by a made-for-the-moment red wine, honey and plum dressing. Accompanied by Samoan banana and herb-roasted sweet potato.
Accompanied by fresh raw diced Polynesian vegetables together with freshly made Missing Bell special recipe, pineapple and chilli chutney.
Finally, this exotic tasting, colourful desert tribute to the Pacific islands: chocolate sponge, coconut and light rum Haupia together with mango, passion-fruit and orange liqueur jelly. Dressed with mint, mango, pomegranate and strawberry coulis.
Edible viola flowers grown, picked and washed by Ayana.
None of the above images are stock photos. They are our amateur shots of the actual food that was served 10 seconds before leaving the kitchen.
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"This church had 134 years of weddings, blessings and Sunday school; it must be Inculcated with love, the walls must exude happiness and joy." Keiko Yamaga-White November 2007