Brunswick House Cafe is located in an architectural salvage shop in a Georgian building, so you’re dining amidst a quirky mish-mash of furniture and housewares.
Ever the gluttons, we had three starters. Firstly, the spice roasted cauliflower with raisins, almonds and mint. Glorious.
Crispy pig’s head with garden nasturtium, quince and apple.
My favourite dish was the chervil root, squash, kale and ragstone (goat’s cheese). A simple combination that I would never have dreamt up, but will strive to recreate.
For the main course, we had the venison haunch with elderberries, girolles and hazelnuts.
The first dessert was chocolate mousse and sponge with buttered popcorn ice cream. I probably could’ve finished another gallon of that ice cream.
Homemade cow’s curd tart with plums and crumble.
I live dangerously close to the Café. I will definitely be back during daylight hours to try their lunch menu and photograph the unique interiors.