So ‘Great Food, Good Fun and Genuine Friendship are Equal Partners at Eastward House’.
We have been fortunate to meet many decent, interesting and likeable people during the past eight years. Yesterday was no exception and so we spent much of the day preparing Washoku World Heritage Cuisine for such goodly folks.
In his usual disguise, Samurai Iga Heinaizaemon was hanging around and guarding the dining-room doorway throughout the evening.
Before dinner - Missing Bell gourmet canapés with secret flavour makers.
Maki sushi - Fresh Westray crab and mangetout, king prawn, nori and sesame seed, Orkney waters mackerel and cucumber. Orkney hand-dived scallops, Orkney waters organic salmon.
Sashimi seared organic salmon, sashimi mackerel with lime and freshly picked shiso leaf. Japanese rolled egg with spinach. Soy sauce and yuzu pepper.
Lightly seared tuna dressed with crisp garlic flakes, spring onions, freshly made ponzu sauce on a bed of freshly picked shiso leaves. Sauteed leeks with freshly made red miso paste.
Orkney waters hand-dived scallops with samphire. A unique Missing Bell recipe.
Very Light Tempura. Monkfish tails, asparagus, shiso leaf Missing Bell recipe tempura dipping sauce, together with the flavour makers of daikon and freshly rubbed ginger.
Orkney beef fillet steak. Freshly made teriyaki sauce. Broccoli, mushrooms, spring onion and fresh orange. A Missing Bell Original Recipe.
Freshly baked macaron, home-made green tea jelly with aga aga, fresh strawberry, edible viola flower, shiratama (freshly made savoury powdered rice balls with homemade mitarashi sauce, kinako ground soya. Freshly made green tea fondant au chocolat - A Missing Bell house speciality.
Freshly made real green tea.
A Missing Bell dining experience is only available for resident guests at Eastward House. All dining experience menus need to be booked significantly well in advance.
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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