14 October 2012

Brunswick House Cafe

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.

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Crispy pig’s head with garden nasturtium, quince and apple.

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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.

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For the main course, we had the venison haunch with elderberries, girolles and hazelnuts.

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The first dessert was chocolate mousse and sponge with buttered popcorn ice cream. I probably could’ve finished another gallon of that ice cream.

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Homemade cow’s curd tart with plums and crumble.

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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.

Join the conversation! 2 Comments

  1. those desserts look awesome


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