Sunday, 30 October 2011
Having loved my cookery lesson at Sailors Thai last year so much that it was the subject of six posts, I can't quiet believe that it has taken me so long to return. A lunch with my team from work provided the perfected opportunity.
As soon as we were seated in the smart interior of the restaurant we spotted a ponytail walking past. Is that Neil Perry? Yes it was. He was seated a few tables away for lunch with friends.
We ordered a starter to share of
I'm not usually a fan of savoury vegetables cooked as a desert, but the pumpkin was almost jelly like and surprisingly good. It was a bit of a surprise to tasted the salted coconut on top, but it went well together. I'm always a fan of sticky rice, just a shame it didn't come with mango now that they are in season. Both of the ice creams were good.
It may sound as though I have been a little down on Sailors Thai. All of the food was good and the starter was fantastic. However, I was perhaps expecting all of the food to knock me out of the park having had a sensational cooking lesson and unfortunately it didn't.
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