Friday, 2 August 2013

L’Enclume, Cartmel


They say a picture speaks a thousand words… these show a little something of what it is like to visit the picturesque medieval village of Cartmel and enjoy a twenty one course lunch at Simon Rogan’s two Michelin starred L’Enclume. Every time I visit, the food and overall experience get better and better - a perfect day with perfect food.



Cartmel


Pig & Whistle


The Farm






L’Enclume


Oyster pebbles


Potato & onion ashes


Grilled courgette, marjoram & borage flower


Smoked eel with lovage


Chicken skin & black pudding


Ragstone, malt & artichoke


Kales in hyssop, quail egg & ox tongue


Sacks of mallow, cucumber & crab


Cod ‘yolk’ with watercress, broad beans, salt & vinegar


Bread


Tokyo turnips, hen of the woods, truffle & nasturtium


Valley venison, charcoal oil, mustard & fennel


Grilled scallop with peas, calamint, raw scallop, caviar & wood sorrel


Valley offerings, herbs & flowers, pork bits & pine salt


Wild bass, blite and thyme, grilled radish with cockles


Reg’s duck, sweetbreads, beetroot, chenopodiums, sweetcorn, elderflower vinegar


Goosbeberries in honey wine with anise hyssop


Rhubarb, brown butter, sorrel & apple


Macerated strawberries, pineapple weed, rowan shoot


Sweet clover & cherries, our cider & hazelnut


Sea buckthorn, sweet cheese, woodruff


Elderflower fizz


Fresh mint & herb ‘tea’ & petit fours


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