Trinity once again

On my dad’s birthday we took mum and dad to Trinity for their first time. We settled for starters and mains as we were going back to ours for coffee and a cake I prepared in the morning.

The weather was amazing and the glass doors were all open so it feels like you’re both indoors and outside at the same time.

Mum chose a terrine of confit of chicken, ham and leek with a prune sauce for her starter.

Dad went for a crab soup with crab ravioli and loved it.

Christopher and I both chose the pig’s trotters with crackling, capers and fried quail’s eggs. Delicious!For her maincouse mother chose skate wing with new potatoes and asparagus. Mum said it was the best seasoned fish she’s ever had.

Dad was a bit disappointed with his wood pigeon as it was rather dry and. Typical on his birthday and everything, but he enjoyed the rest of the meal.

I was very pleased with my choice: slowcooked bavette with triple-cooked chips, bone marrow and bearnaisesauce. I do love my meat. 🙂

Christopher chose the lamb which was similar to the lamb salad I had last time we went. But he got more meat, and unfortunately less wild garlic mayo (which is heaven). The meat was lovely and tender though and he certainly enjoyed it.

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