Sunday 6 April 2014

10 Greek St

I still love this place.
We meet John for lunch taking advantage of the fact you can book at lunchtime. It was full and had a good buzz. The service was friendly and the good came out when it was ready which suited us fine as we has a lot of catching up to do.
We ordered duck hearts in Marsala. I am not fond of heart but Liz Lemon and John said they were tasty especially with the Marsala.
We had some scallops which were perfectly cooked and sweet.
Pardon peppers are always good.
I was a little disappointed the baby squid were coated but they were still moreish.
The proscutio, wet garlic and burrata was tasty although the weakest of our dishes. 
The prawns were magnificent the sort you get in Spain and delicious with the pomegranate, chili and yoghurt salad.
The standout of the meal however was the treacle tart. So good that I ordered a second slice, with clotted cream. It was not too sweet and had the perfect consistency of crispy top and chewy inside. The treacle tart of my dreams.

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