June 14, 2013
If you are a lover of great food, top quality produce and a warming atmosphere, then The Grill on the Market just off Smithfield Market will definitely hit the spot. Today Smithfield Market, over 140 years old but on the site for almost one thousand years, is a key spot for changing food fashions, therefore making it the perfect backdrop for any restaurant. The Grill on the Market is a part of the Blackhouse group and they aim to offer ?proper food? with a lot of heart behind it, but it does so much more than that.
The menu is focused around find cuts of meat and seafood from across the UK. In fact, there is a special monthly selection of handpicked cuts such as English Longhorn beef from Monmouthshire and Red Hereford from Carlisle. There really is a great attention to detail with the selection of produce here and it translates into a very memorable dining experience. You can also sample Wagyu, renowned for its tenderness and succulence, this beef is derived from cows that are massaged from birth and fed beer to improve flavour. There is a cut and flavour to suit every taste bud. You can also add a skewer of Garlic King Prawns to your steak to give it an extra element of luxury and excitement.
There is more than just great steak to be had here mind, as there is also a lot of fun to be had when it comes to the deserts. We sampled the elegant rhubarb fool, with honey and ginger feuilles de brick and it really hit the sweet tooth. Perfectly made and a fantastic way to give the palate a different series of flavours after the mains. I would also highly recommend the Jaffa Cake shot to finish off with; it combined Santa Teresa Orange liqueur, Mozart Dark Chocolate liqueur and whipping cream for glorious results.
Herb Garden cocktails spring up at The Grill on the Market
Lamb and mint, chicken and thyme, pork and sage, using herbs to enhance a dish?s flavours is a cooking tradition as old as cooking itself, so this summer The Grill on the Market, Smithfield is pairing dishes from their fresh summer menu with delicious new herb -based cocktails for a dining experience bursting with flavour.
For the (hopefully) sunny months ahead, the chic Grill on the Market?s chefs have cooked up dishes singing with crisp summer flavours, from crunchy greens to delicate fish and exotic seasonings. Meanwhile, the bar?s master mixologists have foraged to find harmonious herbaceous concoctions to please your palette.
These zesty, zingy pairings will be available throughout June, July and August with cocktails priced from ?6.95 and mains from ?14.75. So make ?thyme? for a delicious meal and discover your perfect match at The Grill on the Market, Smithfield. See more here: http://blackhouse.uk.com/
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