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The Ledbury – July 15, 2015

The Ledbury – London

When I was last in London I took my daughter to Brett Graham’s amazing restaurant. The Ledbury had not been on my radar but quickly stood out as one of the best restaurants in London. Creative and highly detailed each course stood out with a clean and precise voice. Creative plating techniques tied the meal together with organic themes which found echoes in the restaurant’s decor. I was drawn into each element which was given space to exist on it’s own.  A tiny snip of herb, a drop of oil, the most powerful flavor packed into a simple flower petal. These preparations had grace and charm. And the complete story left me satisfied and happy. Without a single missed note.

Amuse bouche.


Amuse bouche.


Amuse bouche.


Amuse bouche.


Chantilly of Oyster, tartar of sea bream and frozen English wasabi.


Green beans, fresh almonds, peach, and grated foie gras.


Warm pheasants’s egg, shaved celeriac, dried ham, arbois, and black truffle.


Cornish turbot, trompette courgette, green olive and a cream of anchovy.




Jowel of pork, apricot, girolles, and crackling.


Herdwick lamb, salt baked kohlrabi, padron, and garlic.








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