Altrincham has undergone something of a revolution. Very much a tale of two halves, a decaying high street on one hand, and promising new life around the renovated market on the other. It’s quickly become a cherished asset and the offshoots are bearing fruit. The owners of Sugo, the pasta kitchen, a stone’s throw from the market, found each other and inspiration while working at Honest Crust.
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Le Manoir aux Quatre Saisons, this place has a reputation, and a fabulous one at that; a bastion of classic, elegant cooking that seems to be timeless and treasured.
This post is just a passing nod to the Streets of Spain market that was hosted on South Bank for the duration of the bank holiday weekend. I say a passing nod because I our eyes were too busy roaming around devouring all the scrumptious sights and our mouths too eager to scoff everything we bought to allow for anything more than very superficial commentary.
Small plates by no means portend a small meal. Dinner at Dehesa proved as much. Having spent a fabulous birthday evening there this week lavishing in copious amounts of food and incomparable company, I think it’s fair to say I left a touch on the uncomfortable side of full… but extremely happy.